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The Most Beautiful Trees in the World that will take Your Breath Away

There are many types of trees, in every shape and size, and they have existed since the beginning of time. There are numerous kinds of trees, from flowering trees to thorny trees to rainbow trees – they do enhance any environment they are placed in. Oxygen is obtained from trees; they reduce global warming, conserve energy, attract rain, provide habitat for birds and other animals, save water, prevent soil erosion, bring fuel, provide food, and provide medicine. In addition, they can reduce the amount of sun that penetrates parking lots and buildings through evaporative cooling. There are many areas in cities where imperviousness is high, for example, parking lots and industrial complexes. We breathe cleaner air because trees filter harmful dust and pollutants from the air we breathe, such as ozone, carbon monoxide, and sulfur dioxide. They reduce the volume of stormwater runoff, preventing erosion and pollution in our waterways and reducing flooding.

Well-landscaped and healthy trees can increase the value of a home by as much as 10% over a home with little or no landscaping. It is difficult to determine the economic value of individual trees and shrubs because of their wide variety of species, sizes, conditions, and functions. Trees can provide both direct and indirect economic benefits. Typically, energy costs are associated with immediate financial benefits. In a tree-shaded home, air conditioning costs are lower. Windbreaks reduce the heating costs of a home. From the moment they are planted until they reach maturity, trees increase in value. The investment in trees will yield a better return on your investment than buying an unlandscaped home. Homeowners directly benefit from the savings in energy costs and the increase in property value.

Earth has lost more than 3 trillion trees since human civilization. Several of our most beloved trees are in danger since more than 10,000 tree species are in danger of extinction. Researchers say invasive diseases, pests, pollution and urban development pose a growing threat to Europe’s endemic trees, decimated by invasive diseases, pests, and pollution. If deforestation is stopped and industrialization is reduced, forests can regrow rapidly.

Here below are some of the most beautiful trees in the world. Vote your favorites.

#1 125+ Year old Rhododendron “Tree” in Canada

125+ Year old Rhododendron “Tree” in Canada

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#2 144-Year-Old Wisteria in Japan

144-Year-Old Wisteria in Japan

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#4 Wind-Swept Trees in New Zealand

Wind-Swept Trees in New Zealand

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#5 Beautiful Japanese Maple in Portland, Oregon

Beautiful Japanese Maple in Portland, Oregon

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#6 Antarctic Beech Draped in Hanging Moss in Oregon

Antarctic Beech Draped in Hanging Moss in Oregon

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#7 Blooming Cherry Trees in Bonn, Germany

Blooming Cherry Trees in Bonn, Germany

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#8 Angel Oak in John’s Island in South Carolina

Angel Oak in John’s Island in South Carolina

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#9 Flamboyant Tree, Brazil

Flamboyant Tree, Brazil

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#10 Dragonblood Trees, Yemen

Dragonblood Trees, Yemen

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#11 The President, Third-Largest Giant Sequoia Tree in the World, California

The President, Third-Largest Giant Sequoia Tree in the World, California

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#12 Maple Tree Tunnel in Oregon

Maple Tree Tunnel in Oregon

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#13 Rainbow Eucalyptus in Kauai, Hawaii

Rainbow Eucalyptus in Kauai, Hawaii

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#15 Jacarandas in Cullinan, South Africa

Jacarandas in Cullinan, South Africa

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#16 Avenue of Oaks at Dixie Plantation in South Carolina

Avenue of Oaks at Dixie Plantation in South Carolina

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#17 Baobab Trees in Madagascar

Baobab Trees in Madagascar

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#18 The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland

The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland

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#20 Giant Sequoia

Giant Sequoia

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#21 American Elm

American Elm

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#22 Japanese Maple

Japanese Maple

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#23 Giant Sequoia

Giant Sequoia

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#24 Socotra Dragon Tree

Socotra Dragon Tree

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#25 Flamboyant Tree

Flamboyant Tree

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#26 Blue Jacaranda

Blue Jacaranda

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#27 Wisteria

Wisteria

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#28 Olive Tree

Olive Tree

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#29 Angel Oak

Angel Oak

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#30 Antarctic Beech

Antarctic Beech

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#31 Sagano Bamboo

Sagano Bamboo

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#32 Rainbow Eucalyptus

Rainbow Eucalyptus

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#33 Cannonball Tree

Cannonball Tree

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#34 Japanese Cherry

Japanese Cherry

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#35 Baobab Trees

Baobab Trees

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#36 Ponthus Beech

Ponthus Beech

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#37 Bald Cypress

Bald Cypress

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I write and compose interesting stories, captivating beautiful moments in photos. I love walking alone in Rainy Nights without an Umbrella.

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