Vote for Hawaii’s largest coconut palm
American Forests’ Big Tree Madness pits the biggest of the big again each other in a three-week competition to determine who will be crowned this year’s Ultimate Big Tree, according to the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.
“Coco,” a towering 112-foot-tall coconut palm at the Hawea Heiau complex in Hawaii Kai on Oahu, is already on the National Register of Big Trees and in this year’s contest. It is up against Utah’s “Rockin” Rocky Mountain jupiter in game 10.
The public can vote for “Coco” today at facebook.com/americanforests.
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