Branching Beauty: Exploring the World’s Most Enchanting Trees

Trees are beautiful and there are plenty of reasons why we should love and admire them. Trees help produce the oxygen we breathe and provide a canopy and habitat for wildlife. Not to mention, they also provide food and shield us especially children from ultra-violet rays from spending hours of playing outdoors. Some trees may be old but still very beautiful.  Check out these trees that not only look amazing but splendid too.

 Giant Sequoia, California

Giant sequoias are the world’s largest single trees and largest living thing by volume. It is named after Sequoyah, the inventor of the Cherokee syllabary. Giant sequoias grow to an average height of 50–85 m. Giant sequoias are in many ways adapted to forest fires. Their bark is unusually fire resistant, and their cones will normally open immediately after a fire. Wood from mature giant sequoias is highly resistant to decay, but due to being fibrous and brittle, it is generally unsuitable for construction.





Wisteria, Japan

The Wisteria is located in the city of Kitakyushu, Japan. It is home in the Kawachi Fuji Garden where there are 150 beautiful Wisteria flowering plants spanning 20 different species. One of the reasons why people love the garden is because the main attraction is the Wisteria tunnel that allows visitors to walk down an enchanting tunnel with gorgeous color. It is located about 6 hours from Tokyo. The best time to visit is from late April to mid May, typically peaking at the end of April. The garden is private so there is an entry fee.