The Olive Tree of Vouves Crete. It is the oldest known olive tree on Earth, with a tree ring age of at least years. Carbon daters have estimated it to be about years old, and it still produces tasty olives today. It is 15 feet thick at the base.
"Cape Scott Tree" - photo by Tristan Rayner, Tree near San Joseph's Bay in Cape Scott National Park, Mt. Waddington on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada; an example of the creativity that can be found in nature