We all love trees, we've made a selection of the most beautiful trees in our World. We know it is a very subjective view as sometimes the trees in the garden of your grand-mother (the one you play with when you were kid) could be the most beautiful one in your eyes, but some of them below are simply amazing!
These baobabs in Madagascar are excellent at storing water in their thick trunks to use during droughts. (Photo: confitalsurf)
This avenue of oak trees was planted some time in the 1790s on Dixie Plantation in South Carolina. (Photo: Lee Sosby)
Beautiful Jacarandas with their violet flowers, grow in Cullinan (South Africa). (Photo: Elizabeth Kendall)
The rainbow eucalyptus in Kauai (Hawaii), which grows throughout the South Pacific, is both useful and beautiful. It is prized for both the colorful patches left by its shedding bark and for its pulpwood, which is used to make paper. (Photo: Christopher Martin & jwilsonnorton)
Maple tree tunnel in Oregon (Photo: Ian Sane)
President, located in Sequoia National Park in California, stands 241 ft (73m) tall and has a ground circumference of 93 ft (28m). (Photo: Michael Nichols)
The dragonblood tree (Yemen) earned its fearsome name due to its crimson red sap, which is used as a dye and was used as a violin varnish, an alchemical ingredient, and a folk remedy for various ailments. (Photo: Csilla Zelko)
The flamboyant tree is endemic to Madagascar, but it grows in tropical areas around the world (This one is in Brazil). (Photo: Salete T Silva)
The Angel Oak in South Carolina stands 66.5 ft (20 m) tall and is estimated to be more than 1400 or 1500 years old. (Photo: Daniela Duncan)
This beautiful tunnel of cherry blossoms blooms in Bonn, Germany in April. (Photo: Adas Meliauskas)
The antarctic beech is native to Chile and Argentina, though this specimen is from the U.S. North Pacific region (Oregon). (Photo: Drew Hopper)
Japanese Maple Tree in Portland (Oregon). (Photo: falcor88)
These trees on Slope Point, the southern tip of New Zealand, grow at an angle because they’re constantly buffeted by extreme antarctic winds. (Photo: Seabird Nz)
This huge 125-year-old rhododendron is technically not a tree – most are considered to be shrubs. (Photo: reddit)
Do you know of an amazing tree not on this list? You can submit it to us!