How old is the oldest living tree in the world?

Answer The oldest living tree known to the world is a Norway spruce, discovered in Sweden in 2004, according to National Geographic. According to the department of ecology and environmental science at Ume... Read More »

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What is the oldest fruit tree in the world?

According to Wayne's Word, of Palomar College in California, the fig has been harvested for over 10,000 years and is one of the the earliest cultivated agricultural products that is picked from a ... Read More »

What is the name of the oldest living tree in the world?

According to National Geographic, the oldest living tree is called a Norway spruce and is in Sweden. It has a root system that is 9,550 years old, though the visible portion is not ancient. The old... Read More »

How tall is the world's oldest living tree?

The world's oldest tree is not, in fact, that tall, according to National Geographic. It stands at a little over 13 feet, or 4 meters. The reason for this is that the age is based on the root syste... Read More »

How old is the oldest Morton Bay fig tree?

According to San Diego Travel Tips, the Moreton Bay fig tree in front of the McRae Ranch House is the oldest and third-largest tree in the state of California. It was planted in 1874 and has a curr... Read More »