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Which is your favourite type of tree?

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The Australian Gum Tree.

When we have bush fires, the smell is 'amazing', and it's part of the Australian story.
The picture I have posted, is of one Gum Tree shown in some of their wonderful colours.When it rains, they take on a whole different story.
My favourite are willow trees. I think their long flowing catkins are beautiful.
I love mango tree.
The furniture they make from it is lovely.
by jonaja
Any one that lends itself to climbing.
by Vee
Any one that lends itself to climbing.
by Vee
The Gingko tree is my favourite. one of the oldest trees known to man.
The fern like leaves, the grace of the tree and the golden yellow trees in Spring
delight me.
Kaye Jones
The Gingko tree is my favourite. one of the oldest trees known to man.
The fern like leaves, the grace of the tree and the golden yellow trees in Autumn
Spring brings the lush green to enjoy
Kaye Jones
Any with fresh fruit to be picked :)
I like pyramidal type trees that have Christmas-tree-looking leaves that are fanned flat and outwards. I also like willowy trees. (Photo taken at Camberwell Station)
Sweetgum

Crepe Myrtle, Leopard, Ivory Curl, tibouchina (purple!), gum, any banksia or calistemon, columbaria (?), kohlrutaria (?).
Had all these around our house perimeter, & then some!

Loved my trees! Sadly don't live there anymore & new owner CUT every tree down! So much for sun, rain, wind protection of the house! ALL GONE! Sacrilege.....
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