Trees are the living things that have green leaves, flowers, buds and fruit

Trees are important because they provide oxygen to humans and animals. They also help to take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and release oxygen. Trees also contribute to climate change by absorbing CO2 from the air. One tree can absorb up to 201 liters of CO2 per year!

Trees are one of the most important elements in our ecosystem. We should remember that each tree has a complex history, is different from other trees in its own way, and each tree is a part of the greater whole.

Trees are one of the most important elements in our ecosystem. They play a role for humans in providing oxygen, water and food to much of planet Earth. They also play a role for other animals by providing them with shelter and protection from natural predators.

The Tree is the most common type of plant that we come across. It is an evergreen and a deciduous tree.

The Tree is a product of evolution, it has developed and adapted to one environment or another over its long life span.