What Is the Smallest Tree?


The dwarf willow is the world's smallest tree which grows in the coldest region of the Northern Hemisphere. It grows to about 1-6 cm in height and has round, shiny, green leaves that are about 1-2 cm broad and long. It however tends to spread itself on the ground.
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