Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by bird_migration, May 16, 2004.
Hi, I wonder what your favorite kind of tree is.
I love willow trees, we have one at school that is one of my best friends, always there for me, I always eat sushi under that tree and write poetry about the pond and feed the ducks. That is my favorite tree I think I should name it.
All the trees, because they help clean up the air. I like a certain thing that isnt really a tree though. But they are all cool.
I love so many trees it would hard for me to pick a favorite. As NatureFreak said, all trees help to clean the air. BUT, if I had to choose here are a few of my faves:
sugar maples, or white oaks or sequoias.
right now im surrounded by live oaks, so they're growing on me too.
of course the american chestnut would be my choice, but they're all but extinct.
cedar cypress and red oaks are right upthere too.
Apple trees, and cherry trees, orange trees, all friut trees, so nice flowers and delicious fruit, and the odd oak here and there
they are very relaxing, beautiful and magical.
Oh, I forgot the Horse Chestnut (the one with thi inedible fruit, so beautiful)
my favorite trees are the two massive pine trees that grow in front of my parent's house.....many memories involved....
overall.....i dig pine trees....and weeping willows are great....magnolias....love those too.....i just dig trees in general....
those weeping willows! gotta love em!
Weeping willows and oaks for pure aesthetic purposes but I think mulberry trees will always have a special place in my heart because when you are under them everything that touches the ground gets stained purple.
and you bird? what's your favorite tree?
I wonder if anyone can see this coming....
Although I'm a huge fan of Port Orford Cedar and Douglas Fir too.
What are those ones in Afrika? The ones that look like gigantico banzai trees? Those are my favorite.
any tree that will allow me to sit underneath it
I like willow trees, fruit trees (love growing my own stuff ), any type of blossom tree, kauri trees, pungas, nikau palms and pohutukawas.
I love all tall, strong trees really, but those are my favourites.
weeping willows, red maples, and just pine(when there are a lot like in a forest)
cohoba-anandenthera perigria or a. columbria
I reckon if I had to pick one tree it would be the weeping willow.
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