The peanut butter exists. It smells like peanut butter and produces fruit that tastes like it as well.
You can kill a tree just by removing a ring of bark on the main trunk. Since a tree grows outward by getting thicker, its water and nutrients are transported at a layer very close to the outermost layer. Girdling causes a disconnection of these layers of nutrient transport all the way around the tree, so it cuts off the portions of the tree above the girdle from the tree’s roots, starving the tree.
An Indian man named Jadav Payeng started planting trees on a barren sandbar at 17. He is now 47 and lives in his own 1360 acre forest which now houses rhinos, tigers, deers, apes and elephants.
People literally grow trees and roots into bridges, chairs, “people trees”, ladders, fences, jungle gyms, tunnels, etc… It’s known as “Tree Shaping.” Theoretically, it can even be used to grow homes.
A living 6000-year-old hollow tree in South Africa contains a wine cellar and bar that can hold up to 60 people.
In Athens, GA there is a tree known as “The Tree That Owns Itself”. It’s former owner willed the tree as well as eight feet of land surrounding it to itself.
A tree, believed to be at least 3000 years old was cut down in 1964 by a grad student. The reason why is still in dispute. The tree was later proven to be at least 4864 years old and likely more than 5000. It was more than 1000 years old when the Great Pyramid of Giza was built.
There is a tree that has been bobbing in the center of a lake since 1896.
Trees in Australia have been known to explode.
While in the army Mr. T was given the punishment of chopping down trees. The sergeant didn’t tell him how many, so Mr. T single-handedly chopped down 70 in 3.5 hours. When T became rich and famous he moved into a home in a wealthy suburb north of Chicago. He soon started cutting down the trees on his property, enraging his neighbors.