Old Methusela, a bristlecone pine tree

Wolf Lichen on a tree


Tree of Life

El Arbor del Tule

The Tree with the Largest Diameter in the World:

El Arbol del Tule – This tree is an Ahuehuete or Montezuma Cypress growing in Oaxaca, Mexico in the town of Santa Maria del Tule. The trunk of the tree is 33 feet in diameter and has a circumference of 178 feet. Originally thought to be multiple trees that had grown and fused together, DNA tests have shown that it is actually all one tree.

Strawberry Tree (Arbutus ‘Marina’) on Hermann Street near Duboce Park shows off its flowers.

Rainbow Eucalyptus trees on Maui, Hawaii. The phenomenon is caused by patches of bark peeling off at various times and the colors are indicators of age. A newly shed outer bark reveals bright greens which darken over time into blues and purples and then orange and red tones.

Brazilian Grape Tree known as Jabuticaba does not use branches to grow fruits. It grows fruits (and flowers) directly on the trunk.

American Elm   Central Park

The Angel Oak


Olive Tree

Jomon Sugi



The Majestic Oak

General Sherman

The Senator

The President

Monkey Puzzle Tree

Patriarcada floresta

King Oak Tullamore, Ireland

National Park Tasmania

Kapok Tree Mexico

Root Cave Big Sur

The Knarled Tree

Birch Eyes

The Crooked Forest     

Square Trees

Pine Tree with 6 legs

Japanese Maple Oregon        

Dragon Tree

125 year old Rododendro

Underwater Mangrove Trees

Canada’s most knarled tree


Petrified Trees

Banyan Tree

The World’s largest Cashew Tree

Maior Cajueiro do Mondo is located in Natal, Brazil. The gigantic tree has grown from an amalgamation of two genetic tissues. Such tissues allow the branches of the tree to grow outwards rather than upwards. Gradually, hence, the branches tend to stoop towards the ground and eventually make for a root. This new root further grows into a new tree.
The massive tree occupies 80,000 square feet of land or roughly five acres. It is guessed to be around thousand years old. One can easily climb a tower to view this tree from a vantage point or for that matter, even climb up through the roots.
You can heartily go and pay a visit to this enormous work of nature. However, beware of the orange caterpillars. These gorgeous looking insects are poisonous. They swamp over the tree seasonally and are a size of a finger.
The beauty of this tree is that it produces 60,000 pieces of cashew fruit each year. As for some people it may come as a surprise that a cashew nut is not the fruit but a single nut is attached only to the bottom of the fruit!

Maior cajueiro mundo

Cajueiro mundo

Baobab tree

Sagole Baobab S. Africa

Frankincense Tree

Spider Web Cacooned Trees

Dropsickle Tree

Underwater Forest

Dragon Trees

Angel Oak

Octopus Trees

Giant Sequoia

Bottle Tree

Fan Palm

Umbrella Tree

Chandelier Tree

BIg Kauri Tree

Tree- Tenere

Bamboo Forest

Tree  Grass

Sausage Tree

Sarv Abarqu

The tree that owns itself!