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Brazilian Grape Tree, also called Jabuticaba. Grows its fruits and white flowers out of its trunk.

The fruit grows out of the trunk! Jaboticaba or Brazilian Grape Tree, native to Central and South America. These grow in the Phoenix area, and they sell them at Tropica Mango.


Jabuticaba – The Brazilian Grape Tree. The Jaboticaba is purple-black and looks similar to grapes. They grow directly from the trunk of the Jaboticaba tree. The taste is very sweet, aromatic and has a please grape flavor.

A funny picture of a tree which looks like a human body wathed from behind

MIND YOUR BUTT!Tree butt, well just had to post this one! lol the butt and the thighs too funny! with dimples

Silk floss tree toborochiツリー(アルゼンチン)

BEAUTIFUL TREES in Aspire Park, Doha, Qatar These wonderful toborochi trees have unique amphora-shaped trunks. It has beautiful pink flowers and the swelling in the trunk is caused by water storage.

Jabuticaba is a tree that grows fruit on its trunk.

Jabuticaba – Brazilian grape trees that grow fruit on their trunks, also known to be a natural remedy!


nofound/photofair, the contemporary photography fair in Paris.©Vincent Delbrouck, Dino from 'Some Windy Trees' series, Nepal, 2010

trees within trees mother-nature

I Love The Colour Of This Photograph! A Tree Growing On A Tree, It Is Truly a Wonder Tree, It Must Be Gigantic! The Wonder Tree, Klamath, California photo via rabbitpit


Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree - Patches of outer bark are shed annually at different times, showing a bright green inner bark. This then darkens and matures to give blue, purple, orange and then maroon tones.

The Olive Tree of Vouves Crete -- The oldest known olive tree on Earth, with a tree ring age 2,000 years. Carbon daters have estimated it to be about 4,000 years old, and it still produces olives today.

The Olive Tree of Vouves Crete. It is the oldest known olive tree on Earth, with a tree ring age of at least years. Carbon daters have estimated it to be about years old, and it still produces tasty olives today. It is 15 feet thick at the base.

The latticework of a strangler fig

The knotted branches of a 'Spider's Web' tree (or a strangler fig) in a park in Nanning, Guangxi, ChinaPicture: Top Photo Corporation/REX

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Trunk and Roots of a Tree in Auckland Domain Park, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Wowee Zowee!

tree-goddess ¤¤¤ Chaga is the sacred mushroom that connects one with the spirit of the forest … the wise spirit of the Birch.