Trees play an important role in ecosystems, providing habitat for many organisms, producing oxygen and contributing to environmental health. They are found in a variety of ecosystems, from forests and woodlands to urban landscapes.

  • In Biological term:
    Biologically speaking, a tree is an old tree that usually has a large trunk or trunk that supports branches and leaves. They are characterised by their height, with their main trunks usually above the ground. Unlike small plants, trees often have thin lines or trunks made up of branches and leaves.
  • Flowering Tree:
    These are blooms when they are born.
    For example, cherry, dogwood and magnolia tree.
  • Fruit Tree:
    Fruit tree produce fruit during their growth cycle.
    Examples include apple, orange, and peach trees.
  • Palm Tree:
    Palm tree are a unique group of trees with long, branch less, broad, fan-like leaves.
    They are mostly associated with tropical and subtropical regions.Each tree species fulfils a specific ecological role and has unique characteristics.
  • Tree Shadows:
    Generally speaking, trees cast shadows when they block sunlight. The size and shape of these shadows depend on factors such as the position of the sun, time of day, and the structure of the tree. Tree can cast beautiful and intricate shadows on the ground, especially during sunrise or sunset.
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