Ancient Egypt (KMT) did not support large trees. Wood was scarce and the best wood was imported from what is now Lebannon (the Phoenecians).
Among the trees panted by Egyptian Pharaohs were acacia, doom palm (called Mama en Khenet), lotus tree (called Nebes), sand tree, sycamore (called Nehet), tamarisk, and willow.
Most ancient civilizations (including the ancient Egyptian) had a Tree of Life, which was typically depicted as a Goddess growing out of a tree. In Kemet (ancient Egypt) the most common Goddess depicted in the Tree of Life is Aset (Isis).
You can learn about growing trees and other plants in the article about Witchcraft gardens. In acnient Egypt, temple gardens were typically lined with trees, especially palm trees, but also sycamore (which is the shape of the ancient Egyptian hieroglyph for tree), acacia, fig, jujube, nut trees, pomegranate, tamarisk, and willows. Rare, but important, were cinnamon trees.
About 8,000 years ago (pre-Pharonic period in ancient Egypt) there were approximately 15 billion acres of trees in the world. Now there are less than 8-1/2 billion acres of forest world wide.
Tonewoods are woods that are useful for making musical instruments, such as Brazilian rosewood and maple.
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