The trees are the largest terrestrial plants, which are impressive for their diversity and extraordinary adaptation to life even in extreme conditions. Some of them choose to live alone and others prefer to grow in larger clusters. These are some of the most amazing trees that have settled the Earth.
#1 Mangroves Are Evergreen Tropical Forests Whose Roots Are Constantly Submerged in Water. They Protect the Land From Floods
#2 Caddo Lake Is Located in Texas (USA). There Grow Fairy-Tale Cypress Forests With Characteristic Trunks Resembling Chalices.
#3 Rainbow Eucalyptus Charm With Their Colorful Bark. They Come From New Guinea, Philippines and Indonesia, Where They Grow up to 196 Feet High.
Interesting FactThere are no two equally colored eucalyptus. Each tree is different. You can see here a similarity to people, because there are no people who would have identical fingerprints. The trees gradually shed their bark all year round and thanks to that they show their fairy-tale coloration.
#4 In Madeira, Tree’s Crow Like Huge Umbrella Trees
Interesting FactOn the island of Sokotra (Yemen) a real dragon forest grows. According to local beliefs, centuries ago, a dragon defeated an elephant in a battle. Their blood soaked into the ground and a tree named dragon dragon dragon was born. The plant lives about 400 years and its wood has no rings.
#5 Yellow Mimosaic Fall, in Fact, Mimosas Are Very Tender Trees. It Is Enough to Only Touch Them Lightly & Their Leaves Will Quickly Fold in.
#6 Purple Wisteria (Glycine) Form Garlands That Dazzle With a Multitude of Purple, Blue or Pink Flowers. Its Motherland Is Japan
#7 Baobabs Can Be Found on African Plains and Savannahs. They Reach up to 82 Feet in Height
Interesting FactBaobabs store water in their cracked trunks. They are able to store up to 120 thousand liters of water. Their bark is used to make fabrics, baskets, ropes and hats.
#8 Quiver Tree Belongs to the Aloe Vera Family. It Can Be Found in Namibia and South Africa. Its Leaves Look Like Stars
#9 Rhododendrons Are Long-Lived Plants, Which Are Resistant to Severe Frost. This Beautiful Specimen Is Located in Canada and Is Already Over 120 Years Old.
#10 Dendrosenecio Kilimanjari
On the way to Kilimanjaro you can meet plants resembling creatures from another world. It is a giant Dendrosenecio kilimanjari belonging to the asteroid family. They grow at an altitude of about 4000 m above sea level and their dead leaves provide good insulation against negative temperatures.
#11 Bottle Tree Is an Endemic Tree That Grows on the Island of Sokotra Belonging to Yemen. It Is Characterized by Tuberous Trunk and Small Crown.
#12 Bony Pines Are Long Lasting Trees Resistant to Difficult Weather Conditions. They Grow Very Slowly and Their Cones Ripen Only 18 Months After Pollination.
The largest trunk circuit has a Mexican cypress growing in the town of Santa María del Tule (Mexico). It measures 190 feet at its base. The lower part of the trunk could hold 30 people, who would hold out their arms. The age of the giant is estimated at about 2000 years.
#14 Palm Maple Is an Ornamental Plant. It Comes From South Korea and Japan.
#15 Fikusy Are Not Only Popular Pot Plants. In Nature It’s a Giant Tree, Which Can Reach Even 114 Feet Tall. It Can Be Found Mainly in the Tropical Part of Asia.
The highest tree in the world grows in Redwood National Park (Northern California). It is an evergreen redwood called Hyperion. It is about 380 feet tall.
Interesting FactsThe sprinkler is springy, although it is not a tree, but a perennial, but it deserves attention. It is called a donkey cucumber and belongs to the family of cucurbits. When the fruits ripen, the lightest touch or movement makes them explode with a bang throwing out the seeds and juice.
Which tree did you not know before?