Colors Of Nature

Everything in the universe reflects the beauty and colors of nature. However, the role of trees in this regard is considered most remarkable. Flowers, fruits and leaves of trees are available in various colors and we cannot say behind without praising the color scheme of nature after viewing the beauty of trees. Of course, it is not possible to discuss the color scheme of all trees in a single piece of writing, but here we can try to unveil the beautiful color pattern of some special trees.

Colors of Nature.

In this list, the first tree is Eucalyptus deglupta. This tree is famous with many other names such as Rainbow Eucalyptus, the Mindanao Gum or the Rainbow Gum. The stunning thing about these trees is the quality and scheme of colors which gives the reflection of synthetic paint; however it is obvious that all the colors of this tree are natural. The multi-shade strips on its stem come from patches of external bark which are being discarded throughout the whole year at diverse timings. After being shedding out the external bark, the bright-green inner bark is obtained. This bright-green inner color becomes mature and dark after sometime and ultimately yield purple, blue, orange and then maroon tones.

Among all naturally founded trees of Northern Hemisphere, there is no Eucalyptus specie other than Eucalyptus deglupta. It develops naturally in various areas such as New Guinea, New Britain, Sulawesi, Ceram and Mindanao. Due to surprising beauty and startling color scheme, Eucalyptus deglupta tree is being cultivated widely all over the world. However, it does not mean that Eucalyptus deglupta is cultivated only for its beauty. This tree has various commercial usage and mainly used in pulpwood industry for paper making.

The name of another amazing but really colorful and weird shape tree is Bottlebrush. These trees belong to genus Callistemon and the part of family Myrtaceae. These steamy trees are cultivated rapidly throughout the coast of Australia. The 2 to 4 inch long flowers of Bottlebrush trees look like a bright red bottle brush which is the base behind such as weird name of the tree. Tolerance feature of Bottlebrush trees for water and minerals deficiency make them a perfect plant to grow in wet climates. This key characteristic of Bottlebrush trees make it a perfect and durable tree for Houston landscapes. The fame of Bottlebrush trees for providing extra privacy to our home owing to their thick evergreen foliage is also not ignorable.

The strong trunks and canopies of Bottlebrush trees enable them to bear up sturdy desert Monsoon winds. The height of Bottlebrush trees ranges from medium to large impart another feature in the form of a sun blocking filter that offer practical shaded aid and cooler temperatures to its neighboring environment. The bright red flowers of Bottlebrush trees create an incredible crucial point to any landscape if you have a humid themed front or garden design.

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