SB 5.16.12

caturṣv eteṣu cūta-jambū-kadamba-nyagrodhāś catvāraḥ pādapa-pravarāḥ parvata-ketava ivādhi-sahasra-yojanonnāhās tāvad viṭapa-vitatayaḥ śata-yojana-pariṇāhāḥ.
Synonyms: 
caturṣu — on the four; eteṣu — on these mountains, beginning with Mandara; cūta-jambū-kadamba — of trees such as the mango, rose apple and kadamba; nyagrodhāḥ — and the banyan tree; catvāraḥ — four kinds; pādapa-pravarāḥ — the best of trees; parvata-ketavaḥ — the flagstaffs on the mountains; iva — like; adhi — over; sahasra-yojana-unnāhāḥ — one thousand yojanas high; tāvat — so much also; viṭapa-vitatayaḥ — the length of the branches; śata-yojana — one hundred yojanas; pariṇāhāḥ — wide.
Translation: 
Standing like flagstaffs on the summits of these four mountains are a mango tree, a rose apple tree, a kadamba tree and a banyan tree. Those trees are calculated to have a width of 100 yojanas [800 miles] and a height of 1,100 yojanas [8,800 miles]. Their branches also spread to a radius of 1,100 yojanas.