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Arborsculpture, in 1947 Axel Erlandson opened the Tree Circus – The World’s Strangest Trees, along the roadside in Santa Cruz, California. Today they have largely been moved to Bonfante Gardens in Gilroy, California. Arborsculpture at it’s finest...

Arborsculpture, in 1947 Axel Erlandson opened the Tree Circus – The World’s Strangest Trees, along the roadside in Santa Cruz, California. Today they have largely been moved to Bonfante Gardens in Gilroy, California. Arborsculpture at it’s finest.

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Those numbers represent one giant sequoia. Oh, also: The "President," as it's called, is more than years old.

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" The Parasite Tree " . with it's wrapping tendrils., attaches itself to a " host " tree , & thereby derives some, if not all of its required nutrients

Strangler Fig Tree - Wrapping tendrils around the host tree by chad.

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Axel Erlandson underneath one of his arborsculpture (Image credit: Wilma Erlandson, Cabinet Magazine) Erlandson was very secretive and refused to reveal his methods on how to grow the Circus Trees (he.

Arborsculpture, in 1947 Axel Erlandson opened the Tree Circus – The World’s Strangest Trees, along the roadside in Santa Cruz, California. Today they have largely been moved to Bonfante Gardens in Gilroy, California. Arborsculpture at it’s finest...

Arborsculpture, in 1947 Axel Erlandson opened the Tree Circus – The World’s Strangest Trees, along the roadside in Santa Cruz, California. Today they have largely been moved to Bonfante Gardens in Gilroy, California. Arborsculpture at it’s finest.

One of the famous trees at Gilroy Gardens, Gilroy, California, Photo by John Pilge

Gilroy Gardens is a garden-themed family park in Gilroy, California, United States, and the current location of the world-famous Circus Trees created by Axel Erlandson.

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