Edgewater, Florida: Intertwined Oak And Palm Tree

An oak and palm tree have wrapped around each other like snakes.
N. Riverside Drive, Edgewater, FL
On the east side of N. Riverside Drive, a half-mile north of city hall, and just south of the intersection of Rio Vista Drive.
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Oak And Palm Tree Wrapped Together.

Oak And Palm Tree Wrapped Together

Mature oak tree has grown around a mature palm. Very odd nature.

[Bruce Gates, 04/03/2019]

An official attraction: the tree appears to have its own information sign along the bike path that runs by it.

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