Best Trees of the Decade

Posted by on Apr 26, 2020 in Unmowed Blog | 0 comments

We don’t notice them as we walk beneath them. Do they watch us go by–or sense us somehow? Scientists are finding out that plants are more complex, and have more ability to communicate, than we had ever dreamed. Do they notice us, miss us, mourn us?

The graceful palms of Samoa. The thousand-year old Major Oak in Sherwood Forest, in England. A bare-branched tree against a November sunset sky in Pennsylvania.

Here are some of the trees I have met in the last decade.

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