The Landmark Trees of Tustin by Carol Jordan


Historian Carol Jordan shares why Tustin has become known as a City of Trees and describes many of the varieties.


Tustin has become known as a City of Trees. Columbus Tustin planted many trees as he laid out the streets of his “Tustin City” in the early 1870s. As the trees matured, they gave the city a distinction few others in the county achieved. The trees are listed alphabetically by common name. Information on each includes botanical name, location, history, height, characteristics of the variety, and more.

48 pages, softcover, spiral bound

Publisher: Tustin Area Historical Society