Trees are an amazing beauty of the nature and useful for the survival of our life. Our Planet consists of more than 400 billion different trees with their unique features and speciality. Trees differ in Size, structure, bright colours so check out the whole beautiful series of the magnificent trees around the world.
The President, Third-Largest Giant Sequoia Tree in the World, California
These trees were originally installed back in the eighteenth century by the Stuart Family. They thought the trees would serve as a unique landscape feature to greet guests with. Later after 200 years the trees still exits and have reached up to 241ft. (73 m) tall, circumference 93ft. (28 m) and third largest giant Sequoia in the world. If you watch Game of Thrones you might recognize these Dark Hedges, as they are the film location for the King’s Road.
125+ Year Old Rhododendron Tree in Canada
This tree is around 125 years old located in Canada, this tree is known as a Rhododendron tree, and it is actually a collection of shrubs, this makes the tree very special one, Due to the age of the tree it’s beauty takes a long time to grow itself. This tree have a very bright colour flower and this makes the tree looks more elegant to see and gets attracted very soon.
144-Year-Old Wisteria in Japan
Due to the massive size of this wisteria where this tree is located in Japan, massive steel rods have been placed to help hoist up the sprawling vines bleeding brilliant shades of purple and pink. People come from all over the world to walk beneath the shade of this wisteria tree which stretches an amazing 1,990 square feet. Its vines are so heavy with the potential and the plant is held with the support of the steel so that visitors can walk through them easily.
Rainbow Eucalyptus in Kauai, Hawaii
The rainbow eucalyptus is picky about its environment, but under the right conditions it grows into the most beautiful tree. The multi-coloured bark highlights all of the colours of the rainbow. It is prized for both the colourful patches left by its shedding bark and for its pulpwood, which is used to make paper.
Wind-Swept Trees in New Zealand
These trees on Slope Point, the southern tip of New Zealand, grow at an angle because they’re constantly buffeted by extreme Antarctic winds. The winds are so intense in this part of New Zealand that the trees are bent, twisted, and blown in all sorts of directions from the continuous force.
Beautiful Japanese maple In Portland, Oregon
Portland Nursery is offers a diverse and beautiful selection of Japanese Maples, upright, dwarf and weeping varieties with leaves of red, green, pink, white or gold, and that is just their extreme beauties with light reflecting passing through them
Antarctic Beech Draped In Hanging Moss in Oregon
Antarctic beech stands draped in hanging moss, simply phenomenal, the tracks you get a real feel for being over in the US, strolling through the Oregon forests. It’s one of the most beautiful and stunning trees in the world. Generally this tree is specimen and often seen growing in the hanging order only.
Avenue of Oaks At Dixie Plantation In South Carolina
The Angel Oak Tree on Johns Island, South Carolina is said to be over 1500 years old and stands 66.5 ft. (20m) tall. When you see these trees for the first time you would be stunt to see them growing in any order without having path, as if the tree have lost its way and the branches are growing from any place. There are no theories for this kind of tree.
Baobab Trees in Madagascar
Baobab is the common name of a genus of tree. One of the mainland African species also occurs on Madagascar. These baobabs in Madagascar are excellent at storing water in their thick trunks to use during droughts. With their unique shape and imposing stature, the majestic baobab trees have been an icon of Madagascar's landscape for centuries.
The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland
These trees are known as the Dark Hedges and are located on the Bregagh Road, Armoy, and County Antrim in Northern Ireland. These trees were originally installed back in the 18th century by the Stuart Family. If you watch Game of Thrones you might recognize these Dark Hedges, as they are the film location for the King’s Road.
Blooming Cherry Trees in Bonn, Germany
The name serves as a perfect description of this area; it's a mysterious path filled with cherry blossoms. The cherry blossoms are likely seasonal path. Walking beneath these cheery trees can make your forget about the road noise, hustle-bustle and air pollution, if only until you reach the other side.
Flamboyant Tree, Brazil
The flamboyant tree is endemic to Madagascar, but it grows in tropical areas around the world. In many tropical parts of the world it is grown as an ornamental tree and in English it is given the name Royal Poinciana or Flamboyant. It is also one of several trees known as Flame tree which was discovered in the early 19th century. Gulmohar is a flamboyant tree in flowers.
Dragonblood Trees, Yemen
This tree gets its name from the red sap it produces. The Dragon blood tree also produces a small berry fruit that has 1-3 seeds, which are typically consumed by birds and other wildlife. Tree is used in making of dye, in a violin varnish, and chemical ingredient, and a folk remedy for various ailments, this tree also have a unique style of growth
Maple Tree Tunnel in Oregon
Not only are these maple trees are magnificent, but they make up one of the most amazing tree tunnels you can walk beneath they are arranged so beautifully as if they are settled for welcoming us and pretty amazing to pass through this kind of tunnel.