Sat up high near the throne of the King sits the White tree of Gondor. Used on all of the army’s flags and symbols the tree was prominent. It grew from a seedling of Nimloth, the tree that was created to give light to Middle Earth. This white tree was to be burned by Sauron in the old human realm of Numenor but a seedling was saved by Isildur himself and taken to the newly created realm of Gondor after the old kingdom was consumed by the waves.
The tree grew in Minas Tirith until the then King and his line was ended by a plague. The tree began to wither and decay to the point where not even the Tree Surgeon Poole based professional https://kieranboylandtreeservices.com/ could hope to save it.
However this was not the end and it endured in the hope the King would come again. This he duly does in the shape of Aragorn who,with the help of the Wizard Gandalf finds another sapling that grows into a new white tree. The old one is placed in the Tomb of the Kings with great honour.