How do I love thee, tree? Let me count the ways; you change carbon dioxide into the oxygen we breathe, you sequester carbon, and you provide shelter for countless critters. There are many reasons for which we should all be tree-hugging hippies, but within the scope of this article, all we’ll focus on plants and trees that people stumbled upon which were so interesting they couldn’t resist sharing it with the rest of the world.

76Lemon/orange hybrid tree


77Lightning peeled this tree like a banana


78This cactus is slowly morphing into a tree


79This tree's root created a puddle


80This tree looks like a dragon


81The roots of my pepper plants are legible


82This 5-leaf clover I picked grew roots instead of dying after a few days like usual


83The roots of a 3-year-old bonsai


84This root looks like a small monkey


85Moved a pot and found this weed’s root system


86I took this picture of some literal square roots


87This tulip has a leaf that has half morphed into a petal


88This tree uses its roots to support it instead of its trunk


89A tomato from our garden got a crack and stitched itself


90My rooted plant holding my floating plants in place


91Plants growing out of shoes on a power line


92Palm tree grew through an oak tree


93This tree grew over this gravestone


94This tree grew through a small slit in two stacked chairs


95This flower grew on the opposite side of this fence than the rest of the plant


96This plant is perfectly round


97This tree grew out of the stump of a dead tree and then the stump rotted away


98The ivy growth on the side of this building looks like a tree


99Turning a dead tree into a small free library that looks like something straight out of a fairytale


100This 1,400-year-old Gingko tree sheds a spectacular ocean of golden leaves

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