144-Year-Old Wisteria In Japan
Due to the massive size of this wisteria 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.
Blooming Cheery Trees in Bonn, Germany
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.
Dragonblood Trees, Yemen
This tree gets its name from the red sap it produces. The Dragonblood tree also produces a small berry fruit that has 1-3 seeds, which are typically consumed by birds and other wildlife.
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-colored bark highlights all of the colors of the rainbow.
Maple Tree Tunnel in Oregon
Not only are these maple trees magnificent, but they make up one of the most amazing tree tunnels you can walk beneath.
Giant Sequoia Tree in California
This giant sequoia tree is known as The Presidentit is the third largest of its type found all over the whole world! Can you imagine the view from up there?
The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland
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.
200 years later and the trees still exist, intriguing many that come to see. If you watch Game of Thrones you might recognize these Dark Hedges, as they are the film location for the Kings Road.
Wind Swept Trees in New Zealand
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.