"Royal Empress Tree...grows 15-18 ft./year. Empress Tree Facts   Grows up to 10 feet or more in the very First Season! We have seen some grow as high as 20 feet.Explodes with rich lavender flowers that look like Orchids but smell like Jasmine. Grows as far north as Canada and as far south as Mexico.

Royal Empress Tree - grows ft/year Empress Tree Facts: Grows up to 10 feet or more in the very First Season Rich lavender flowers that look like Orchids but smell like Jasmine Grows as far north as Canada and as far south as Mexico

"Royal Empress Tree...grows 15-18 ft./year. Empress Tree Facts Grows up to 10 feet or more in the very First Season! We have seen some grow as high as 20 feet.Explodes with rich lavender flowers that look like Orchids but smell like Jasmine. Grows as far north as Canada and as far south as Mexico.

I would love to have this tree in my yard ♥ "Royal Empress Tree. Empress Tree Facts Grows up to 10 feet or more in the very First Season! We have seen some grow as high as 20 feet.Explodes with rich lavender flowers th

Baobab Alley, Madagascar

was in madagascar but never made it here. If i ever go back.Baobab Alley, Morondava, Madagascar is on the list. It's a beautiful country

Wow! Nature is great.

(A weeping Ti'ikua blossom tree, thought to be one of the gods' favored creations )~~Glory of Spring ~ Weeping Cherry Tree by

Southern Style

There is nothing like a good ol' road trip through the USA. Gorgeous pin Horton Bailey of Edisto Island, South Carolina! love the trees

The Angel Oak Tree on Johns Island, South Carolina is said to be over 1500 years old!

Angel Oak Tree Johns Island Sc

The Angel Oak Tree, located in Angel Oak Park on Johns Island near Charleston, South Carolina. The Angel Oak Tree is said to be over 1500 years old and produces shade that covers over square feet.

Northern Ireland..

The Dark Hedges, Antrim, Ireland I would love to take a walk down this road in the fall.

Beth Moon’s stunning images capture the power and mystery of the world’s remaining ancient trees

“And the boy loved the tree. And the tree was happy.” ~ Shel Silverstein, The Giving Tree Portraits of Time © Beth Moon

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