You know the symbolism of an olive branch, but what about wisteria?
With its expansive canopy, an oak isn’t just stately. It’s a symbol of power and courage.
Whether potted or part of a tropical landscape, these trees always said “vacation” to us. But they actually represent peace, as the trunk bends without breaking (flexibility, you see).
It won’t entirely surprise you that this gorgeous tree symbolizes romance.
The Cherry is considered a sign of good fortune when in bloom. The cherry also stands for love and romance.
With their striking spare shape, birch trees have year-round beauty. Symbolically, they represent new beginnings.
Old-growth elms are traditionally found on college campuses. Perhaps it’s a coincidence that these trees represent intuition and inner strength.
This one’s not suprising: The mighty redwood represents “forever.”
If you have this type of tree in your yard, you might enjoy a better sense of balance and promise in your life.
These beautiful trees are thought to having a healing, cleansing benefit.
This striking tree represents great blessings and peaceful retreat.
Like most evergreens, you might think of a fir as a Christmas tree. However, it is a symbol of springtime.