An American basswood beside the Henry Clay monument at Lexington Cemetery is the largest of its species in the state. A plaque next to it says it dates to at least 1776 and has been fully grown for 152 years.
An American basswood beside the Henry Clay monument at Lexington Cemetery is the largest of its species in the state. A plaque next to it says it dates to at least 1776 and has been fully grown for 152 years. Susan Smith-Durisek
An American basswood beside the Henry Clay monument at Lexington Cemetery is the largest of its species in the state. A plaque next to it says it dates to at least 1776 and has been fully grown for 152 years. Susan Smith-Durisek

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