to think that these magnificent creatures began as tiny seeds… such wonder..such magic
round the base of General Sherman
and look at this beauty..
Earth’s oldest living inhabitant, Methuselah, is a bristlecone pine nearly 3,050m (10,000ft) up in California’s white mountains. It was found in 1957 and is reckoned to be 4,768 years old – so it would have been a seedling when the pyramids went up. A much older pine, known only as WPN-114, was casually cut down in 1964 by a geography student
You must see the full list – breathtaking!!
So, have you fallen in love with trees and forests? Check this out: the world’s remaining forests