What is the smallest tree in the world?



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    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.

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    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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