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The pair of Norfolk Island pines, established c.1900, at 50 Verdon Street, Williamstown.
The pair of Norfolk Island pines at 50 Verdon Street, Williamstown are of local historic, aesthetic and scientific (horticultural) significance to the City of Hobson's Bay.
Historically, they are important for their ability to illustrate Victorian era planting schemes. (AHC criteria A4 and D2)
Aesthetically, they enhance the setting of the associated house and contribute to the historic cultural landscape character of Verdon Street and the Government Survey precinct. (AHC criterion E1)
Scientifically, they are locally rare mature examples of this species in a private garden setting. (AHC criterion B2)
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