The world’s top ten plants

  1. The tallest tree in the world: Eucalyptus globulus (also known as the almond eucalyptus tree), which grows in the grasslands of Australia and can reach a height of 156 meters

2.The largest flower in the world: Rafflesia grandiflora, a parasitic plant that grows in Indonesia, can reach a diameter of 1.4 meters.

3.The most poisonous tree in the world: The strychnos nux vomica, also known as the arrow poison tree, grows in tropical rainforests and its sap is highly toxic.

4.The largest seed in the world: The coco de mer, a palm tree that grows in the Seychelles Islands, whose seeds can weigh up to 15 kilograms.

5.The oldest tree in the world: The ginkgo tree, also known as the ginkgo tree, grows in China and has a history of 270 million years.

6.The largest tree in the world: The General Sherman tree, a giant sequoia that grows in California, USA, can reach a height of 112 meters and weigh up to 2,800 tons.

7.The most cold-resistant plant in the world: Snow lotus, which grows in the cold regions of Xinjiang, China and Mongolia, can survive in an environment of minus 20 degrees Celsius.

8.The world’s largest cactus: Saguaro cactus, a cactus that grows in Mexico and the southwestern United States, can reach a height of 25 meters.

9.The world’s sweetest plant: Stevia, a plant that grows in South America and has a high concentration of sugar in its leaves.

10.The world’s largest algae: Giant kelp, an algae that grows in the North Pacific Ocean and can reach up to 60 meters in length

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