1.Dragon blood tree, Socotra, Yemen
Dracaena cinnabari or Dragon’s blood is an native tree to Yemen. It has gotten its name because of the bloody red tree sap and looks like an umbrella.
2. Baobab tree, Southern Africa
Adansonia grandidieri or commonly known as Grandidier’s baobab is a native tree species in Madagascar. Due to its unusual and unique figure the tree it has become a famous tourist attraction.
3. Japanese Maple in Portland, Oregon
Japanese maples or Acer palmatums are native to Japan, Korea, China, Mongolia, and Russia, and have also been grown in temperate climates around the world since the 1800s. Unlike other plant species, the Japanese maple varies in leaf-form, color, and tree shape, making each one unique. There are more than 1,000 varieties of Japanese maple in the world today. One of the most iconic Japanese Maples Tree in the northwest is the beautiful maple growing…
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