What is the Smallest Tree in the World?
The world’s smallest tree is the Dwarf Willow, growing to a height of less than 5cm when fully matured. This tree grows in the frozen tundra of the Northern arctic regions. These trees tend to spread out along the ground a little bit, but never grow much taller than 5 cm in height. This is officially the shortest tree in the world when fully grown.
Find out more amazing world records in our World Record Series.
- Pearson Biology Page 72 Answers Section 3.2
- Pearson Biology Page 98 Answers Section 4.1
- Pearson Biology Page 49 Answers Section 2.3
- Campbell AP Biology 9th Edition Page 67 Answers Chapter 4 Test Your Understanding California
- Campbell AP Biology 9th Edition Page 56 Answers Section 3.3 Concept Check California