Facts About Trees

Facts About Trees

In this article, we learn facts about ornamental trees. Trees are more than just part of our nature. They provide shelter and food for wildlife. They absorb carbon dioxide and produce breathable air.

Facts About Trees

Facts About Trees

  •  Trees are the longest living creatures on Earth, and never die of getting aged.
  • The Old List is a website of ancient trees that officially tracks old trees, their species, and location.
  • Methuselah, from California’s White Mountains, comes in at over 4,800 years old.
  • Trees need water to survive–and they drink a lot of it.
  • In a day, a large tree can consume more gallons of water out of the ground and discharge it into the air as oxygen and water vapor.
  • Keep in the mind that many conditions play the role such as the size of the tree, species of the tree, humidity, temperatures, exposure to sun, etc.
  • Strategically planting trees and shrubs can save you up to 25 percent on your energy bills.
  • They provide shade in the summer and also serve as a windbreak in the winter.
  •  Moon trees are grown from seeds taken to the moon in early 1971.
  • After orbiting the earth with the Apollo 14 mission, Moon tree seeds returned to earth and were germinated by the Forest Service.
  • Trees are able to communicate and defend them against the attacking insects.
  •  Scientists have found that the trees can flood their leaves with the chemicals called phenolics when the insects begin their raid.
  • The knock on wood tradition comes from the time when primitive pagans used to tap or knock on trees to summon the protective spirits that resided in these trees.
  • Pine trees grow in six continents.
  • If the birdhouse is hung on a tree branch, it does not move the tree as the tree grows.
  • The different parts of the tree grow at the different times throughout the year.

 

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