Dynamic trees mod Mod

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To many fellow minecrafters, a growing tree is a multi-block structure with a bunch of rooty soil, branches, and leaves blocks that has quite many advances over the Vanilla Minecraft tree structures. And just like real life, the formation of the tree starts with a seed. Also, just like real life, the seed is either planted by hand much like a Vanilla sapling, along with the seed having a chance of planting itself if left on the ground in a suitable location.  Once complete, the planted tree then grows from a sapling, slowly increasing it's size over time, into what  I consider as a full sized beautiful tree. Once grown, the tree can only then be chopped down at it's base, causing the entire tree to fall and all of the wood claimed at once.

Installation

Follow the procedures described below to install this mod into your game

1) Install the Forge

2) Download the mod

3) Put in mods folder

Downloads

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1.16 1.16.5 1.16.3 1.16.4 1.16.1 +1
forge
968
August 06, 2021
1.12.2 1.12
forge
370
August 06, 2021
1.11.2 1.11
forge
306
August 06, 2021

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