One of the most stunning trees for their appearance is the rainbow eucalyptus in the right conditions they grow surprisingly tall and are native to the Philippines Indonesia and Papua new guinea they’ve been exported around the world and are now grown in a range of different environments because there is truly no other tree that looks anything like them.
Their trunks are covered in vibrant colors and this occurs because of the way that they grow they can reach up to 250 feet tall with a trunk diameter of as much as 100 inches.
Imported in the 1920s, these majestic tree species were planted to curb soil erosion and help with reforestization. As a result, many roads are now beautified with them and they have grown to inexplicable heights of up to 200 feet; an awe-inspiring sight that can’t be missed.
4. Tennessee Treehouse
when some people see a strong tall tree the first thing that comes to mind is that it’s ideal for building a tree house in. There are some incredible structures around the world but for a long time the tallest tree with a house in it could be found in crossfield Tennessee and it was an incredible structure.
Horus Burgess dedicated over 11 years to constructing a 10-story home that spanned an area of 10,000 square feet, dwarfing the 80-foot tall white tree found inside.
This house had it all – from a haven of peace to a basketball court! It went beyond what you wanted in a house, offering plenty of extra features Numerous rooms, staircases, passageways, and patios were constructed, with an additional six close-by trees providing extra stability and Maurice Burgess was able to construct a beautiful chapel for only 12K dollars- most of the materials were scavenged from scrap heaps! He even officiated 23 weddings inside the same chapel, which is astonishing.