Saint Simons Island Avenue of the Oaks
The Avenue of the Oaks on Saint Simons Island, Georgia, is a magnificent double row of 160-year-old live oak trees. Anna Page King, who inherited the land of the Retreat Plantation in 1826, planted the famous trees on the avenue. It is said that Anna grew such an abundance of flowers at Retreat Plantation that sailors nearing Saint Simons Island could smell the flowers' fragrance before they saw the Island shores.
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