Utah Division of
Forestry, Fire & State Lands

Utah Department of Natural Resources

Austrian Pines - Holladay

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Common Name Austrain Pines
Species Pinus nigra
Address 4500 South Holladay Blvd., Salt Lake City
City Holladay
Year Planted 1860
Height 70 Feet and 75 Feet
Spread
Circumference
DBH Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) is the standard forestry measurement of the tree's trunk diameter at 4.5 ft from the base. 34.5 Inches and 37.5 Inches
Name of Nominator Leo J. Henrichsen
Date Rated 1992-03-19
Ownership Department of Transportation
Story The property where these Austrain Pines still stand was purchased by Soren Peter Henrichsen in 1860 and it has been reported that these pioneer trees were on the property at that time. Mr. Henrichsen ran a plant nursery for many years and planted many of his nursery trees on the corner. There's a total of 13 trees that still remain on the corner, including these two. Since Austrian Pine is not a native to Utah, it is guessed that the trees had to be carried across the plains in the mid-1800's.
Author Leon J. Henrichesen