A Unique Sight of Double Tree Growing in Piemonte Italy Tauheed Ahmad December 5, 2015 Amazing & Incredible 2819 A tree growing atop another tree, it’s not a sight that you get to see every day, but here you can know about a unique tree is growing in between Grana and Casorzo in Piemonte, Italy, recognized as the “double tree of Casorzo” or Bialbero de Casorzo in Italian. This is a mulberry tree on top of which a cherry tree grows rises well above the mulberry tree on which it stands. The odd tree is also recognized as Grana Double Tree. No one exactly knows for the exact reasons how this is happened; perhaps various bird dropped a seed on top of the mulberry tree, which then grew roots through the hollow trunk of the host tree to reach the soil. Though trees growing parasitically over another tree are not rare, but they usually do not reach the size and lifespan as seen in this specific example, as there is not adequate humus and space available where they grow. Large “double-trees”, also called Epiphytes, like the Bialbero de Casorzo is a rarity. Both trees combined together make for an inspiring sight, with their branches spreading 5 meters across. The double tree’s lifespan has been astonishingly long, given the detail that the cherry tree receives all its nourishment via the mulberry tree. Well, though not the only double-tree is probably the most impressive-looking trees in the world. Both trees are thriving from the same source of nutrients, and yet they are able to share very well. Originally posted 2014-08-14 13:10:39. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsItalian Architect Proposes idea to Use Trees to Protect Residents from Noise & Pollution14 Amazing Badass Trees That Refuse To DieThe Unique Umbrella Shaped “Dragon’s Blood Trees” Which Produced Red SapStunning Captures of Snow TreesAngel Oak, 450 Years Old Tree in South Carolina“The Dark Hedges” A Magical Tree Lined Road in IrelandThe Fibonacci Tree-house, SpainThe Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park Belarus Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.