Bamboo and willow trees
In china, there are plenty of plant life and their beauty is unmatched. The famous bamboo that is eaten by panda, which is also a famous animal. In southwest China, bamboos hallmark the landscape. They are thin compared to other trees, which makes it easy to be swayed by the wind beautifully; thus, providing the environment an amazing landscape. On the other hand, willow trees are classic and feature in many Chinese paintings. These trees have branches that willow trees as they sway t the direction of the wind. They sway like bamboos and often found along shorelines of rivers and lakes. Their branches do droop over the water giving is an amazing appearance.
Pine trees and plum blossom
Pine trees are considered among the most beautiful Chinese trees and are often seen in traditional paintings. They grow crookedly from edges of rocks in mountains, particularly the Huangshan Mountain. They are estimated to be 1400 years old same as plum blossom, which is 200yrs older than pine trees. The plum blossom is a Chinese national flower that was selected owing to its resilient flower as it does not die easily for years. It is a strong statement that describes China as a strong and enduring country. Like other Chinese trees, there is a blossom tree that is estimated to be 1600 years old and produces flowers yearly. Additionally, Peonies are unofficial Chinese national flowers. Like the plum blossom, the peony is strong and survives under harsh conditions such as hot summers and cold winters. They are larger than plum blossom, which gives them an amazing look.
The Korean pine and Rhododendron trees
These trees are located in Khingan, Wanda, Zhangguangcai, and Taipingling mountains in Heilongjiang province. These trees are beautiful owing to their mix of broad and needle leaves, which makes them unique in china. They are popular trees used as ornaments in gardens and parks, as well as, providing architectural materials. These trees grow up to a height of forty meters. The Rhododendron forest is popular in Western Yunnan regions. The trees blossom producing the color of azaleas among other colors that makes landscape magnificent. The article can’t end without highlighting the fact that Bonsai tree is one of the oldest trees in China. The tree is found in Shunkaen region and it is known for its extreme age. The tree is expensive and well protected by its owner, Kobayashi who has received many awards. Many artists have created paintings in honor and remembrance of the tree.