The Christmas Tree Lane park outside of Los Angeles is the most historical evergreen display. The 132 historically protected cedars showcase a top-to-bottom lighting-based decor scheme each year that is put up from October to December, then taken down February to April. The Cedrus deodara is a native to the Himalayas commonly known as the 'deodar,' where it first became recognized.
The holiday spectacle became established in 1920, then eventually attracted visitors with the extraordinary lighting of the trees. The Christmas Tree Lane park was recently listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1990 and is know recognized as a California State Landmark. This historical location makes quite the view and visit during the holiday season.
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