Prepare to be blown away. As Joyce Kilmer said in her poem, “I think I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree.”
Just how beautiful can a tree get?
Some of them may be shrubs and veins, but here are the world’s most beautiful tree:
- 125-Year-Old Rhododendron. Canada’s Rhododendron Tree is considered as a shrub, so it’s technically not a tree.
- 144-Year-Old Wisteria. There is an old, majestic wisteria that sits in a 1,990 square meters land in Japan.
- Wind-Swept Trees. At the southern tip of New Zealand, you can see these Lord of the Rings-like trees growing at a weird angle.
- Japanese Maple. There is an incredible Japanese Maple tree in Portland, Oregon with enchanting crooked branches and pink or orange leaves.
- Antarctic Beech. In Oregon, there stands an Antarctic Beech, which is draped with hanging moss. This tree originates from Chile and Argentina.
- Cherry Trees. When the Cherry Blossoms in Bonn, Germany bloom, it creates a beautiful tunnel of pink leaves through one of the streets.
- Angel Oak. In John’s Island in South California, there is an angel oak that stands 66.5 feet tall and could possibly be 1,500 years old.
- Flamboyant Tree. This flamboyant tree is a native of Madagascar, but it can also grow in other tropical places in the world.
- Dragonblood Trees. This tree can be found in Yemen and it looks like an architect designed it. Its red sap is used as violin varnish or dye.
- The President. This tree can be found in California’s Sequoia National Park and it stands 241 feet tall, making it the third tallest of its kind.
- Maple Tree. In Oregon, there is a field of Maple trees that forms an amazing red tunnel.
- Rainbow Eucalyptus. This tree is in Kauai, Hawaii with shedding barks that gives it multiple colours, where its name is based.
- Jacarandas. A column of Jacarandas trees in Cullinan, South Africa creates a beautiful violet tunnel with its leaves.
- Avenue of Oaks. Way back 1790 a long line of oaks were planted in the Dixie Plantation in South Carolina.
- Baobab Trees. These Madagascar trees can store a huge amount of water in their trunks.
- The Dark Hedges. These mysterious, but enchanting trees line up in a street in Netherlands and it looks like the road is leading you straight to Wonderland.