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<----- Number of TREES seen on 04/20/2018. Only upvote if you saw a TREE today.

<----- Number of TREES seen on 04/20/2018. Only upvote if you saw a TREE today.

I'm driving through Colorado right now. I don't have enough upvotes...

There’s a big tree right outside my house

This sub is only for marijuana enthusiasts bonehead

I haven't seen a tree yet, but I have seen two marijuana enthusiasts, so I went ahead and upvoted. Pls don't ban

An old oak in a pine forest

An old oak in a pine forest

Oaks are easily the spookiest looking trees. So gnarly! And when the red oaks keep some of their leaves in the winter contrast agains the snow... chillingly majestic!

Original photo by Simon Baxter.

Wow... eerily beautiful.

Growing up I’d go camping at the family property. On one side of the clearing we camped in was a planted pine forest. In that forest were a few clearings with enormous mossy oaks (one per clearing) and fine green grass. A big chunk of the pine forest was logged a few years back to allow for fresh growth, I don’t know if those clearings still exist. I should go check next time I’m there.

Do you remember the protest at the Glen of the Downs in Co. Wicklow back in the 90s? I lived there for about four or five months. Ireland used to have the most unbelievably beautiful forests. So sad to think they're all gone now.

Spotted this weird tree in a local park

Spotted this weird tree in a local park

*trees.

Is this how trees reproduce?

Wow, nice one. Never seen anything like that. I want to say it's grafted but even if that's so, that is impressive.

Agreed!

I love the contrast of color when cherry blossoms grow from the trunk.

I love the contrast of color when cherry blossoms grow from the trunk.

I never know how to feel about these lower growths. The dogwoods near my house have a bunch of new shoots from these spots. I wanna cut them to maintain the bare trunk but I love seeing new growth too. I cut some to use as garden marker sticks and they're already rooted and leafing.

man, this photo looks trippy if you jiggle your phone a bit.

Lop them at the end of their bloom. There will be more next year to enjoy!

Cauliflory

Cauliflory is a botanical term referring to plants that flower and fruit from their main stems or woody trunks rather than from new growth and shoots. This can allow trees to be pollinated or have their seeds dispersed by animals which cannot climb or fly. With fruit, plants may instead have fruit which drop from the canopy and ripen only after they reach the ground, an alternative "strategy" to cauliflory.

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For every upvote, I will plant a tree.

For every upvote, I will plant a tree.

Please remember to plant trees native to your local area

Edit: http://www.audubon.org/news/why-native-plants-are-better-birds-and-people

Why do I feel like I’m witnessing a karma court case come to fruition

Oak, Elm, Cedar, and pecan just to name a few. If you're really going to plant the trees I'll help you do it. Just to be clear I'll help you with the act not for paying for it, I'm broke

For every tree, I will plant an upvote.

Redbuds are the Sakura of Oklahoma

Redbuds are the Sakura of Oklahoma

I love redbuds and they were my favorite springtime event when I lived in Iowa. Sadly I'm Further north and don't get many of them up here :(

I have 4 in my front yard!

I love redbuds, can’t wait until they’re in bloom here in Ohio!

Sometimes we takes spots like this for granted in Oregon...

Sometimes we takes spots like this for granted in Oregon...

Oregon is so gosh darn beautiful

What a darn shame..

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We takes them, tricksy hobbitses.

I love this darn bot.

A trees worth

A trees worth

a home for animals is worth 31k? I feel like they are over valuing certain functions of a tree. The first two points are the only ones that make sense to me.

Curious as to how they are coming up with those numbers.

It's important to note that it's not one animal but man, including insects, invertebrates, bacteria, fungi, small mammals, and birds. It's an ecosystem in miniature. But I too would like to know where that number came from

Right? Like I guess if you factor in trees in expensive cities like London where the resale value is high you get an average of 31k, but I just don't see trees in general returning high on investment for them.

HAPPY EASTER

HAPPY EASTER

April 1st is today

It’s shit posting day

What a nice Easter bunny you had

/sub/trees and /sub/me flip flop on this blessed day

barber chair

Man has always liked cutting his trees. But what happens when the trees say, "No more!"?!

That is the single scariest thing that can happen when cutting a tree from the ground. He's lucky it broke that way.

Lucky he had a good escape route...

Starring Rob Schneider. Rated pg 13

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