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A Japanese wisteria tree in the Ashikaga Flower Park of Japan’s Tochigi Prefecture - 2012


Would love to married under this tree. When I lived on the island we had an awesome wisteria over our patio. miss it gorgeous! this is a picture perfect wisteria tree

Reflejos en el agua

The Pristine Piuva Tree Of Brazil.As if Brazil didn’t already have a lot to offer, how about adding a stunning purple tree to the mix?


Dreamy colors So lovely and peaceful . Would love to walk through there purple path Purple Cherry Road Japanese Garden at .

February 14 – Statehood Anniversary of Oregon

The Portland Japanese Garden is a traditional Japanese garden occupying acres m²), located within Washington Park in the west hills of Portland, Oregon, USA. Photo by: unknown Huge.

Monkey puzzle tree,,.Bergen..NORWAY

Monkey Puzzle Tree, Bergen, Norway, another place the Monkey Tree grows.

Oldest wisteria tree in Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan

The mesmerizing beauty of a 144 year-old wisteria tree in the Ashikaga Flower Park, Japan l Photo Takao Tsushima

I so want a magnolia tree at my next house!  Dave would lose his mind though.  I had to BEG to keep the bush that we already have.

Spring in the garden: Pink Magnolias. Love trifecta for me=Beauty, Scent, Elegance.

Desert Rose Trees, Namibia

The Amazing Socotra Island. Socotra Island is one of the Most Amazing Places on Earth. It is the biggest Island in Arabian sea and Indian Ocean. It is governed by Yemen and you can reach it from Yemen easily.

. Sierra Nevada hegyvidékén a Sequoia Nemzeti Parkban magasodik a gyönyörű óriás mamutfenyő, mely az “Elnök” nevet kapta.

The President, the third largest tree on earth. The President, Sequoia National Park is 3200 years old. "The President" is the second most massive tree ever measured: it's 27 feet wide at the bottom and 247 feet tall.

Friday Inspiration #103 - HisPotion. Stay strongly rooted and you can overcome anything!

Tree in Australia -Roots always find their way home to mother earth :)