If every thing has a melting point, at what temperature would most trees melt at?
they would have to be broken down to their constituents,like carbon,water,etc that's like asking the melting points of a car. foam seats would melt before glass,,,sap,which is sugar in trees melt the rest turns to carbon ash
I wouldn't really melt, but catch fire and turn into ash.
Trees don't melt they burn...
cellulose breaks down between 100-450C. Can't really call it melting...http://www.fpl.fs.fed.us/documnts/pdf1989/levan89a.pdf
Not sure that I agree with your premise.
The trees would burst into flames before they melted.
Dry wood will begin to char and smoke at about 360 F, combust at around 500 F to an 800+ flame that gets hotter the more it consumes but it won't melt.
I think organic material burns before it melts, and trees are alive so they are organic.