1. The Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree.
With a very colorful bark, the rainbow eucalyptus is adorned with various colorful and gorgeous colors. It is not every day that you see a tree with orange, red, lemon, green, blue, colors in its trunk can be found in New Guinea, Seram, New Britain, Sulawesi and Mindanao and reaches a height of 200ft.
2. Crooked Forest.
This looks like a hook doesn’t it? Nobody knows exactly why these trees grow like this. There are so many stories to this weird form. Some believe a form of human tool/technique or effort made this tree grow this way; some believe it was grown this way to make compass timbers. Others think it was grown to make this odd shape in a tree. Even some think it was WWII tanks rolled over young trees, snapping the stem and making them grow in this direction.
3. Methuselah, Ancient Bristlecone, Pine forest, California.
One of the oldest trees in the world, at over 4800 years. It is a specie of Basin bristle cone pine forest in the white mountains, California.
4. Cherry Blossom, Tokyo Japan.
And Japan is yet on my list with another amazing tree. The wisteria is the largest and oldest in Japan, planted around 1870. It is located in Ashikaga Flower Park in Ashikaga. Its beautiful scenery is inviting to walk under.
6. Socotra Dragon Tree, Socotra, Yemen
Dragon tree because it exudes dragon blood. The fruits are flushy berries with red resin referred to as dragon’s blood. With leaves well formed and shaped against the slum like an umbrella. It is endemic to the Socotra Archipelago-a group of 4 islands in the Indian ocean belonging to Yemen.
7. The Tree of Life.
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