15 Most Beautiful And Majestic Trees On Planet Earth!!


Trees are the most beautiful creation of God that not only gives us fresh air and provide shelter in the scorching heat of the sun but also soothes our mind with their majestic charm. Let’s check out the most beautiful trees in the world.

1. 125+ Year-Old Rhododendron, Canada

This is beautiful huge 125-Year-Old Tree with multiple trunks located in Ladysmith, British Columbia, Canada.

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2. 144-Year-Old Wisteria, Japan

This tree is located in Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan comes with an impressive 1,990 square meters and dates back to nearly 1870 (the largest is the wisteria vine at nearly 4,000 square, meters in Sierra Madre, California). Although wisteria can look like trees, they’re actually vines.

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3. Wind-Swept Trees, New Zealand

They are located at the most southern point known as Slope Point of the south island of New Zealand. This region is frequently lashed with cold and fierce southwesterly winds that blow up from Antarctica.

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The wind power is so intense and lasting that the trees are twisted and forever bent along the direction of the winds.

4. Beautiful Japanese Maple, Portland, Oregon

It is most real and famous Japanese garden that is  5.5-acre haven located within Washington Park in the west hills of Portland, Oregon, USA.  The Garden is composed of 5 distinct garden styles.

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5. Blooming Cherry Trees, Bonn, Germany

The street became popular after photographers started posting spectacular photographs of blooming trees. 

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Also known as the Cherry Blossom Avenue and in the street bloom with these pink gorgeous blossoms every spring, usually in April.

6. Flamboyant Tree, Brazil

This tree is native to Madagascar but grows in tropical areas all over the world.

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7. Antarctic Beech Draped, Hanging Moss, Oregon

The Antarctic Beech is actually native to Argentina and Chile though it IS from the North Pacific region of U.S.

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8. Angel Oak, John’s Island, South Carolina

This tree is 66.5 feet (20 meters) tall and nearly 1500 years old.

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9. Dragonblood Trees, Yemen

The Socotra dragon tree is an iconic tree that has its red sap with a long history of commercial use for many purposes such as a dye, an alchemical ingredient, violin varnish, and a folk remedy. It is known only from the island of Socotra, Yemen.

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10. The President, Third-Largest Giant Sequoia Tree In The World, California

This huge tree is 241 ft (73 meters) tall with a  ground circumference of 93 ft (28 m). It is located in Sequoia National Park, California. It is the world’s third largest giant sequoia.

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11. Maple Tree Tunnel, Oregon

If you love bewitching tree tunnels then you surely can’t miss the maple tree tunnel. It is lined with blazing red maple trees. This is one of the most magical places in the world that you must visit while on a trip to U.S.

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12. Rainbow Eucalyptus, Kauai, Hawaii

This beautiful tree is known for its multi-colored patches on its shredding bark and its pulpwood that is used to make paper. It grows throughout the South Pacific, is both beautiful and useful.

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13. Avenue Of Oaks At Dixie Plantation, South Carolina

The mesmerizing Avenue of Oaks in South Carolina was planted in the Dixie Plantation in the 1790s.

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14. Jacarandas, Cullinan, South Africa

These beautiful Jacaranda trees grow in South Africa. Their violet and purple flowers bloom every spring season.

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15. The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland

Dark Hedges of Ireland were planted in the 18th century. This scenic tree tunnel has also been featured ‘Game Of Thrones’ seasons as well.

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