The Tree of Tule

  El Árbol del Tule (or The Tree of Tule) is like a living cathedral that dwarfs the Church of the Assumption in Oaxaca, Mexico. It has the stoutest trunk of any tree in the world. The tree’s 50 foot or 15 meter diameter trunk supports branches the length of two tennis courts. To mitigate […]

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Spindle Tree

  The Spindle Tree is popular for its bright pink or purple fruits! It gets its name from a wool spindle (used for spinning wool), where its wood was used for making spindles. It can grow up to 20 feet or 6 meters high and popular in gardens for its attractive autumn colours. Parts of […]

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Quiver Tree Forest

  The Quiver Tree Forest in southern Namibia is home to a spectacular collection of some of Earth’s most unusual trees, some of which are three centuries old. Strictly speaking, they are actually succulent aloe plants that can grow up to 33 feet high. The Bushman and Hottentot tribes use the hollow branches of this […]

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Poem_William

  Natures Picture nature is a picture for all the world to see the earth its canvas and its gallery always on display if we just take a look lots of different pictures like a picture book filled with lots of colors flowers birds and bees lots and lots of blossom growing on the trees […]

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Poem_Timothy Mooney

  Trees I like trees, so lush and green (Ghosts of Winter, Dark, and Mean) Tall and stately, steadfast, true (Phantom bones all cold, and blue) Reaching up to Touch the Sky (stealing children walking by) Apple blossom, Maple branch (Midnight’s when they walk and dance) Oh! Their whisper-windy song! (Snag you as you walk […]

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Poem_Rose

  Sleeping Beauty Spring If I could paint a picture It would be of this tree Sun shining through Branches tickling me I rest at its trunk Read aloud to a bee Two small spotted skunks Are both here to see The sun and the tree Listen gently 100-something ants On a voyage All around […]

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Poem_Relic

  An Autumn Tree Romance Vibrant leaves of autumn with slender fibrous arms… October shed and shook’m, degrading all their charms. These fire-colored flags cascaded through a twirl, in crinkled rigid skin transformed by chilly swirl. For the many leaves fallen from branches high-elite, a chilly north-bred swish– delivered them defeat. As for elms that […]

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