Beauty Of Nature: See 8 Of The Most Breathtaking Trees In The World
They range from increasing property value, buffering noise to preventing soil erosion, and reducing water runoff.
Another interesting thing about trees is that they are usually medicinal. It is like having your fresh herb and spice shop.
They also cool the environment. Thus, instead of spending so much on the electricity bill to cool your house, get a garden chair and lounge under a tree.
Lastly, trees are just so captivating and mysterious!
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Now, that we have been reminded of how impressive trees are, let's look at our list of the most beautiful trees in the world.
The accolades begin
We are so excited about these beauties.
1. Mimosa tree, Abkhazia
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The Mimosa tree from Georgia’s Abkhazia seaside region is among the most strikingly beautiful trees around the globe.
2. Baobab Trees of Madagascar
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They grow robust primarily because they store up water in their trunks for use during droughts. Surrounded by a calm atmosphere, they look so regal and wise!
3. Flamboyant Tree, Brazil
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The Flamboyant tree is a species of flowering plant of the bean family Fabaceae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae. It is noted for its fern-like leaves and colorful display of flowers, hence its name.
4. Cypress Tree of Caddo Lake
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The Caddo Lake has a natural scenery composed of lianas, trees, shrubs, and, of course, cypress forests. It is said to house the largest cypress forest in the world.
5. 144-Year-Old Wisteria, Japan
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With its brightly-colored drooping flowers, this magnificent tree is best viewed at night.
6. Jacarandas in Cullinan, South Africa
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This is a beautiful explosion of purple and violet, thanks to the Jacaranda tree. It usually blooms from late September to middle November.
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7. The Blooming Cherry Tree
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Its flowers are nearly pure white, tinged with the palest pink, especially near the stem. They bloom and usually fall within a week before the leaves come out. Therefore, the trees look nearly white from top to bottom.
8. Angel Oak, South Carolina
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Standing at about 66.5m (20ft) tall, this fantastic tree is found in the United States and is at least 1400 years old. Imagine if it could speak, oh the tales it would tell us!
How to take care of nature's gifts
Trees are nature’s gifts to humanity, and so we must respect and hornor them in addition to protecting their continuing existence. Here are tips on how to take care of them:
1. Watering: Your tree should receive at least 25 gallons of water each week;
2. Mulch regularly;
3. Prune regularly, using a sharp instrument and cutting close to the bud;
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4. Keep learning through research materials on the net how best to take care of them.
We wish we could show you other flamboyant trees dotting the Earth, but we'll have to make do with these for now!
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