This center median is between Jupiter and Jason streets. Most of the small trees in this median are marked for removal. There are other very large old growth trees in the other medians that are marked for removal that I will post about soon. North Leucadia continues to lose tree after tree...
Leucadia's classic tree canopy sure ain't what it used to be.
How is the quality of our "urban tree forest" these days? What kind of tree will be planted? Will be it planted in the same spot or in say, Village Park?
Sure, this small eucalyptus tree leans a bit and needs a branch or two pruned but do we really need to chop it down?
A bit sappy. What does it mean doctor?
Removing these small trees will make this sad center median even bleaker.
The Torrey Pine is healthy and good looking.
If the Eucs are dead then why are they flowering?
I have never had a satisfactory answer from anyone in the city of Encinitas about why the coast highway center medians in downtown Leucadia look like this, while work crews busily maintain center medians all over the rest of the city. Shameful.
Needs a trim for sure, but should it be cut down?