Town of Fort Erie

The Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) is the official tree of the Town of Fort Erie, selected because it is native to the area and a Carolinian species. The Tulip Tree is noteworthy for its large tulip shaped leaves and fragrant tulip-like flowers that appear in mid-spring. The Town tree grows 80 to 100 feet tall and maintains a fairly narrow oval crown, even as it grows older.

Town Trees and Forestry

Fort Erie Tree By-Law 60-04

“A By-Law to regulate the destruction, injury and harvesting of trees in the Town of Fort Erie.”

Other Information:

Fort Erie Communities-in-Bloom Committee

Fort Erie Environmental Advisory Committee


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