Safety Harbor, Florida
Unframed Print Size: 25" x 15¾"
For more than 200 years this giant live oak has been described as regal, elegant and a “southern charmer.”
The tree was simply called the Safety Harbor Oak. It had no formal name. In 2004 Safety Harbor's oak became the center piece for a sprawling new public park. It was then named the Baranoff Oak in honor of Dr. Stephen Baranoff, the doctor who owned the Safety Harbor spa more than 60 years ago. Dr. Baranoff was known for his civic contributions in this Tampa Bay Florida community.
With a trunk girth of nearly 20 feet, the Baranoff Oak meets the requirements of the prestigious Live Oak Society.