JUNIPER TREES

 Look at these Juniper trees in Sedona, Arizona.

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 SAGANO BAMBOO FOREST

 The Sagano Bamboo Backwoods is situated on the edges of Kyoto, Japan.

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ANGEL OAK TREE

  The Angel Oak Tree is located on St. John’s Island, South Carolina

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MANGROVE TREES

 mangroves have an exceptional capacity of developing reachable for the tides in pungent soil.

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OCOTRA DRAGON TREE

The Socotra Dragon Tree, also known as a Dragon Blood Tree, can only be found on the island of Socotra, Yemen.

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RAINBOW EUCALYPTUS TREE

The Rainbow Eucalyptus tree is often referred to as a “living work of art”

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 SEQUOIA TREES

 That is a huge tree. In California's Sierra Nevada mountain range

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TIBETAN CHERRY TREE

 The Tibetan Cherry Tree is known for its gorgeous red coppery bark and pretty yellow foliage in the fall.

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KAPOK TREE

 Kapok Trees are extremely huge trees when completely developed, ready to grow up to 230 feet high and up to 10 feet in width.

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ASPEN TREE

 They have a higher water content and give a ton of shade which takes into consideration there to be cooler underbrush.

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