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List of national trees

This is a list of national trees, most official, but some unofficial:Edward tree

National trees

Country Name of tree Scientific name Picture Ref.
 Albania Olive Olea europaea
 Antigua and Barbuda Whitewood Bucida buceras [1]
 Argentina Ceibo and Red Quebracho Erythrina crista-galli, Schinopsis balansae
[2][3]
 Australia Golden Wattle Acacia pycnantha
 Bahamas Lignum Vitae Guaiacum sanctum [4]
 Bangladesh Mango tree Mangifera indica
 Belize Honduras Mahogany Swietenia macrophylla
 Bhutan Bhutan Cypress Cupressus cashmeriana
 Brazil Brazilwood Caesalpinia echinata
 Cambodia Palmyra palm Borassus flabellifer [5]
 Canada Maple Aceraceae
 Chile Monkey-puzzle Araucaria araucana
 China Ginkgo Ginkgo biloba
 Colombia Quindio wax palm Ceroxylon quindiuense
 Costa Rica Guanacaste Enterolobium cyclocarpum [6]
 Croatia Pedunculate oak Quercus robur [7]
 Cuba Palma Real Roystonea regia [8]
 Cyprus Golden oak Quercus alnifolia
 Czech Republic Small-leaved Lime/Small-leaved Linden Tilia cordata [9]
 Denmark Beech Fagus
 Dominican Republic West Indian Mahogany Swietenia mahagoni [10]
 Ecuador Cinchona pubescens Cinchona pubescens [11]
 El Salvador Maquilishuat Tabebuia rosea
 England Royal Oak Quercus robur
 Estonia Pedunculate Oak Quercus robur
 Finland Birch, Silver Birch Betula, Betula pendula
 Germany Oak Quercus
 Greece Olive Olea europaea
 Guatemala Kapok Ceiba pentandra
 India Banyan Tree Ficus benghalensis [12]
 Indonesia Teak Tectona
 Ireland Sessile Oak Quercus petraea
 Iran Cedrus Cupressus sempervirens
 Israel Olive Olea europaea
 Italy Olive, Oak Olea europaea, Quercus
 Jamaica Blue Mahoe (national tree) Talipariti elatum [13]
 Japan Cherry blossom Prunus serrulata
 North Korea Magnolia Magnolia
 South Korea Hibiscus syriacus, Pinus densiflora Hibiscus syriacus "Pinus densiflora"
 Laos Frangipani Plumeria
 Latvia Oak Quercus robur
 Lebanon Lebanon Cedar Cedrus libani
 Macedonia Macedonian Pine Pinus peuce
 Madagascar Baobab Adansonia
 Maldives Coconut palm Cocos nucifera
 Malta Għargħar Tetraclinis articulata
 Mexico Ahuehuete Taxodium mucronatum [14]
 Moldova Oak Quercus
   Nepal Rhododendron Rhododendron
 New Zealand Silver fern Cyathea dealbata
 Pakistan Deodar Cedrus deodara [15]
 Palestine Olive Olea europaea
 Panama Panama tree Sterculia apetala
 Paraguay Lapacho Handroanthus impetiginosus
 Peru Cinchona, Kiwicha Cinchona, Amaranthus caudatus [16]
 Philippines Narra Pterocarpus indicus
 Poland Oak Quercus [17]
 Portugal Cork oak Quercus suber [18]
 Romania Oak Quercus
 Russia Siberian fir Abies sibirica
 Saudi Arabia Phoenix palm Phoenix
 Scotland Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris
 Senegal Baobab Adansonia
 Serbia Oak, Serbian Spruce Quercus, Picea omorika
 Slovakia Small-leaved Lime/Small-leaved Linden Tilia cordata [9]
 Slovenia Tilia (Linden) Tilia
 South Africa Real yellowwood Podocarpus latifolius [19]
 Sri Lanka Na Mesua ferrea
 Tanzania African Blackwood Dalbergia melanoxylon
 Thailand Rachapruek Cassia fistula
 Ukraine Pine, Willow Pinus, Salix
 United Kingdom Royal Oak Quercus robur
 United States Oak Quercus
 Uruguay Árbol de Artigas Peltophorum dubium
 Venezuela Araguaney Tabebuia chrysantha
 Vietnam Bamboo, Rice Bambuseae, Oryza sativa
 Wales Sessile Oak Quercus petraea [9]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Our National Symbols". Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Antigua and Barbuda. Retrieved 15 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Datos generales de Argentina". Folkloredelnorte.com.ar. Retrieved 2011-06-19. 
  3. ^ "Declárase “Arbol Forestal Nacional” al (Schinopsis Balansea Engl) “Quebracho colorado chaqueño”" (in Spanish). Secretaría de Ambiente y Desarrollo Sustentable de la Nación. 1956-08-21. Retrieved 2012-02-25. 
  4. ^ "National Symbols of the Bahamas". Bahamas Facts and Figures. TheBahamasGuide. Retrieved 2009-10-12. 
  5. ^ "Royal Decree on Designation of Animals and Plants as National Symbols of the Kingdom of Cambodia" (PDF). Forestry Administration of Cambodia. Retrieved 2007-06-08. 
  6. ^ "National Symbols". Embassy of Costa Rica in Washington, DC. Retrieved 8 November 2013. 
  7. ^ "Croatian National Symbols". www.kwintessential.co.uk/. Retrieved 2013-04-23. 
  8. ^ "Cuban Royal Palm (Roystonea regia), national tree of Cuba". Cuba Naturaleza. Retrieved 2009-04-21. 
  9. ^ a b c Aberystwyth University campus walks tree directory.  
  10. ^ "History of the Dominican Republic". Real Estate Las Terrenas. Retrieved 2009-01-26. 
  11. ^ "ARCOIRIS RESERVE SAN FRANCISCO CLOUD FOREST Podocarpus National Park". Arcoiris Ecologic Foundation. Retrieved 15 April 2013. 
  12. ^ "National Tree".  
  13. ^ "National Symbols of Jamaica". jis.gov.jm. Retrieved 2011-12-02. 
  14. ^ Rodd, Tony; Jennifer Stackhouse (2008). Trees: A Visual Guide. University of California Press. p. 172.  
  15. ^ "Information of Pakistan". infopak.gov.pk. Retrieved 2011-10-27. 
  16. ^ Deborah Kopka (12 Jan 2011). Central & South America. Milliken Pub. Co. p. 130.  
  17. ^ After Plik:Marktræ (Quercus).JPG Symbol narodowy
  18. ^ Sobreiro já é a Árvore Nacional, Público, 22 December 2011.
  19. ^ "National tree". Government of South Africa. Retrieved 9 February 2013. 
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