White House loses iconic tulip tree

World December 27, 2017 17:45

washington - The huge tulip tree at the White House, which was planted by the then president Andrew Jackson in memory of his wife, who died in 1828, falls over and has to be cut down.

According to CNN, the iconic and ancient tree, also called magnolia, is so disguised that salvation is no longer possible. Tree experts have determined this and recommended that the tree be removed quickly.

The Jackson magnolia has been in poor condition for decades, but could be kept upright by cutting and struts. That is now a thing of the past. Melania Trump has been concerned about the safety of visitors and journalists for some time. She eventually gave the logging permit.

Her predecessor Michelle Obama had already given a stab to the Ministry of Agriculture in 2009 to put in the garden of the department. A descendant of the historic magnolia is also growing in Cuba. Barack Obama planted it during his visit in 2016.

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