The Great Trees of New York Map is a guide to 50 of the oldest, rarest, strangest, and most historic trees across New York City’s five boroughs, from the 350-year-old “Alley Pond Giant” in Queens to the wizened Camperdown elm in Prospect Park. This two-sided companion includes a map, an introduction and descriptions by Allison C. Meier, and original photography by Colin Montgomery.
Our entire set of New York maps is available to purchase here.
As with all of our maps, this title is printed on recycled FSC-certified paper by a carbon neutral, family-owned printer. The map opens to A2 (420 x 594mm, 16.53 x 23.39 inches), folds to A5 (148 × 210mm or 5.83 × 8.27 inches), and is protected by a band.
The Great Trees of New York Map is the second in our new series dedicated to urban trees. It follows the success of our Great Trees of London Map which was featured by the New York Times Magazine, Financial Times, New Scientist, Vogue, Londonist, and elsewhere. It will be followed by Great Trees of Paris Map in the not too distant future.