Explore Eucalyptus Deglupta, South Pacific, and more!


I had a hard time believing this was real, but this is the Rainbow Eucalyptus (Hawaii, U.) which grows in the South-Pacific area. The amazing color variations are naturally formed when the tree sheds bits of its bark as it grows.

Breathtakingly beautiful

Which Color Of Autumn Matches Your Spirit?

Autumn forest near the Belintash Rock landmark in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria Evgeni Dinev Photography. Natures Powerful Beauty at it& best.

Deep roots: California.

California Oak, or Coast Live Oak, Pacheco State Park, California by Igor Menaker

~ Autumn Maple, Canada ~

~~Morning Maple in Autumn ~ Beaver Lake, Asheville, North Carolina by Rob Travis~~ .yellow is the color of my true love's hair.in the morning.


A Dragon’s Blood Tree! The Dragon Blood Tree, is a Dragon Tree native to the Socotra archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It is so called due to the red sap that the trees produce.

Chinese Maple - Does this remind you of a certain someone's cloak?

While I like to plant native species in my gardens I can't help but want to try and add a few of these Japanese Maple to my forest where I have removed the undergrowth and overcrowded small trees. It would really be a standout!

Awesome reflective photo!

Covão da Ametade, Serra da Estrela, Portugal by Pedro Santos, via Reflections can often display much more than twice the existing beauty of nature, as in this shot!

Avenue of Oaks - Dixie Plantation, South Carolina. Lived in SC for many years. Full of amazing scenery like this. This stunning avenue of Oaks was planted in the Dixie Plantation in the 1790's.

Avenue Of Oaks - Dixie Plantation, South Carolina. This avenue of oak trees was planted some time in the on Dixie Plantation in South Carolina.

Bowed Trees (****Duplicate Pin) http://alyzenmoonshadow.com/2014/09/27/no-teddy-bears-picnic/

The Enchanted Forest / karen cox. 20 Amazing Pictures of Nature's Creativity - Trees

Olive Tree requires long, patient cultivating, usually eight to ten years before it begins to yield fruit.  New shoots often come forth from what appears to be dead roots.  Without cultivation it is a wild, unruly, easily corrupted tree.

Olive Tree, Greece --- by Theophilos Papadopoulos on This photo was taken on December 2010 in Rethimnon, Kriti, GR, using a Canon EOS