Tree-Agate is not banded, which makes it technically not an Agate when it comes to scientific terms, but it’s still a member of the Agate family. The name is derived from the Greek term for tree-like. This type of Agate is often colorless, grey, or white, and it usually displays tree or fern-like manganese and iron inclusions. Tree-Agate is also known as Dendritic Agate. It can be found in Uruguay, India, and Brazil.
The overarching meaning of Tree Agate revolves around personal power and inner peace. Like the hanging branches of a massive willow tree, this stone protects you from bad vibes and produces a sense of calm that few crystals can replicate. It brings peace and helps you overcome unique challenges you might face in your day-to-day life and like roots of a tree, grounds you to center. Its earth-based healing properties soothe the soul and help you obtain spiritual strength.