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On July 1, 1950 North Borneo issued this 3c value (Sc #246/SG #358) as a part of the KGVI pictorial definitive series of 1950-2. A grove of coconut palm trees is depicted.

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Here is the USA's January 27, 2019, $7.35 priority mail stamp (Sc #5347) featuring Joshua Tree National Park, California.

From wikipedia, "The higher and cooler Mojave Desert is the special habitat of Yucca brevifolia, the Joshua tree for which the park is named."

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This February 12, 1999, 15 santims definitive stamp of Latvia was issued as part of its small-sized, Municipal Coats of Arms series. Stamp depicts the arms of Ogre (pop. 26,700) a town in central Latvia, lying 36 km (22 mi) east of Riga.

Second pic shows the Lutheran Church of Ogre, built in 1930 (wikipedia).

Also from wikipedia, "The name of the town comes from the Ogre River. The Ogre village was first mentioned in 1206, called 'Oger' in German...The town's coat of arms was granted in 1938 and shows the beautiful river and pinewoods of Ogre."


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On August 23, 1969, the USA issued a set of 4 se-tenant 6c stamps commemorating the XIth International Botanical Congress. Two of these stamps depict trees. The Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is shown on Sc #1376, and the Franklinia (Franklinia alatamaha) is depicted on Sc #1379.

From wikipedia, "Franklinia is a monotypic genus in the tea family, Theaceae. The sole species is a flowering tree, Franklinia alatamaha, commonly called the Franklin tree, and native to the Alatamaha River valley in Georgia in the southeastern United States. It has been extinct in the wild since the early 19th century, but survives as a cultivated ornamental tree."


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Here is Norway's October 8, 1976 set of two stamps (Facit #s 765-6) issued as a part of its "Classic Norway Paintings" series. The 1.25 kr value is Slindebirken (The Slender Birch) by Th. Fearnley (1802 - 1842), and the 1.40 kr stamp is Gamle furutraer (Old Pine Trees) by L. Herterig (1830 - 1902).


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Quite a few countries have issued stamps showing Ceiba pentandra - Kapok Tree.
I think this one from Mayotte in 2011 (Scott # 274) is my favorite.
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This November 22, 1974, 200 escudos stamp (Sc #455b) is from a set of four similarly designed stamps printed in se-tenant block and issued by Chile to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Juan Fernandez Islands. This stamp depicts a Chonta palm, a tree which is endemic only to these islands.

From wikipedia, "Juania australis, the Chonta palm is a species of flowering plant in the family Arecae, the only species inn the genus Juania. It is a solitary trunked palm tree which is endemic to the Juan Fernandez Islands archipelago in the southeast Pacific Ocean west of Chile."


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On November 24, 2006 Bolivia issed a set of seven stamps to commemorate the founding of Puerto Bahia. The 2.50 bolivianos value (Sc #1279) of the set depicts a native Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa). This tree can live up to 1000 years.

From wikipedia, "It is one of the largest and longest-lived trees in the Amazon rainforest. The fruit in its nutshell (capsule) - containing the edible Brazil nuts) - are relatively large, possibly weighing as much as 2 kg (4 lb 7 oz) in total weight."

Second pic is illustration of Brazil nut leaf, pod or capsule, and nuts from Scientific American supplement no. 598, June 18, 1887 courtesy of wikipedia.


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This 2.70 kroner stamp (Facit #825) was issued by Denmark on January 26, 1984 to publicize the country's "Plant a Tree" campaign. A sapling with its root bulb are shown, ready for planting.

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Here is a 1979 Federal Republic of Germany youth charity stamp (Mi #1007 ) bearing a pictorial cancel of Schoenwald im Schwarzwald. The village's cancel shows its coat of arms, which is dominated by five, tall evergreen trees.

From wikipedia, "Schoenwald im Schwarzwald is a small village in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg in the Black Forest in southwest Germany, near the France-Germany and Germany-Switzerland border. It is the birthplace of Franz Ketterer, who played a major role in inventing the first cuckoo clocks in 1737."


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Centenary of Järvselja
April 13, 2021
The souvenir sheet shows a tree in Järvselja Primeval Forest Nature Reserve in eastern Estonia.
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On March 6, 1991 New Zealand issued a two-stamp set commemorating the bicentenary of the Europeans' discovery of the Chatham Islands. The 40c value (SG #1505), shown here, features a Nikia palm tree (Rhopalostylis sapida) native to the islands.

From palmpedia.net, "The Nikia palm shows considerable variation in the wild. The Chatham Islands form is particularly different, having a distinct juvenile form and larger fruits, and a thicker covering of fine hairs on the fronds."



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Here is the $1.50 value (SG #1706) from New Zealand's September 16, 1992 Christmas set of seven. A family is shown spending Christmas at the beach, under what appears to be a coral tree (Erythrina x sykesii). This species is a horticultural hybrid which was probably developed in Australia or New Zealand.

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This June 2, 1982, 40c value (SG #1267) of New Zealand is from a set of four "The Four Seasons" stamps depicting scenes relative to the time of the year. Stamp shows trees in fall colors in St. Omer Park, Queenstown.

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Here is the 8c value (SG #872, July 8, 1969) from New Zealand's 1968-9 Export series. An apple orchard in full bloom is depicted.

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