The Dwarf Willow is the world’s smallest tree and is located in the Artic Tundra. It can reach the minuscule height of 5 cm, but it does spread itself along the ground.
The world’s smallest tree is said to be the Dwarf Willow (Salix herbacea), which is native to the Arctic tundra. It grows to only about 1-6 cm tall. Some people categorize the Dwarf Willow as a woody shrub rather than a tree though. Even so, it is still one of the smallest woody plants in the world.
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