217 illustrations of trees including: acacia, acorns, alder, alangium, Alaska willow, Allegheny chinkapin, allspice, almond, amelanchier, American amber tree, apple, arbor-vitae, arenga, Arizona cypress Arizona pine, aspen, astrocaryum, and avocado
"A species of Prunus, P. communis, producing the common almond."-Whitney, 1902
This shows the leaf of the Almondleaf Willow, Salix amygdaloides, (Keeler, 1915).
Buds with a single scale; fruit cone-like.
Alnus is also known as the Adler Tree. The flower clusters on the alnus glutinosa tree are known as…
The Alnus japonica tree grows between fifty and eighty feet tall. There are three to six cones. The…
The branch of an Alnus oregona, a species of alder tree.
The branch of an Alnus sitchensis, a species of Alder tree.
The young branchlets either have a small amount of short, fine hair or they have none. The leaves are…
Also known as Larix lyallii. A species of larch native to northwestern North America.
Amelanchier, also known as shadbush, serviceberry, sarvisberry, juneberry, Saskatoon, shadblow, shadwood,…
The branch of an Amelanchier obovalis tree, native to North America.
The Leaf of the American Amber tree furnishes the Storax or Styrax, a kind of resin.
An American beech leaf.
Also known as Castanea dentata. The branch of an American Chestnut tree, native to eastern North America.
A leaf from an American elm tree.
Also known as Ulmus americana. The branch of the American Elm, native to eastern North America.
Leaves - simple; alternate; edge with remote, very sharp spine-like teeth, with rounded spaces between.…
Also known as Ostrya virginiana. The branch of an American Hophornbeam, a species of Ostrya native to…
Also known as Carpinus caroliniana. The branch of an American Hornbeam, native to eastern North America.
American linden, showing wire guard.
Also known as Sorbus americana. The branch of an American Mountain-Ash tree, native to northeastern…
A giant tree often 90 to 120 feet high. Commonly used in wood working.
Also known as Liquidambar styraciflua. The branch of an American Sweetgum tree, native to eastern North…
Also known as Platanus occidentalis. The branch of an American Sycamore tree, native throughout the…
Also known as Salix discolor. The branch of an American Willow, native throughout North America.
American tree with heavily dark leaves.
An ornamental tree commonly seen in North America.
A compund leaf.
Leaves leathery, toothed only near the apex.
The common name of Anacardium occidentale is cashew. The tree grows twenty to forty feet tall. The flowers…
Annona glabra has many common names including pond apple, alligator apple, monkey apple, mangrove annona,…
The common names of Annona muricata are soursop, guanabana, corosol, coracao de rainha, graviola, suirsaak,…
Apples are ready to be picked when the apples begin to fall on their own, when their seeds are plump…
An apple, split in half.
An apple, split in quarters.
Half an apple, showing the inside.
"Perpendicular section of the fruit of Pyrus malus." -Lindley, 1853
An illustration of an apple.
A illustration of an apple.
An illustration of an apple.
The apple is a fruit tree of the Rosaceae family.
An apple blossom, just right to spray for coddling moth.
A section of the apple blossom.
The apple tree is a strikingly handsome tree when in flower. The apple is known as the Crab in its wild…
A budding apple, with the egg of a coddling moth.
Pictured is an apple cluster. Only one fruit may set in a cluster.
Illustrated is apple cluster ready to be sprayed with insecticide. The blossoms have not yet opened.
Pictured are apple remains from the Swiss lake dwellings. Charred remains of the fruit were found in…
Pictured is an apple showing the side bud that is to continue the spur the following year.
An apple is hanging from a tree.
Illustrated are picturesque old apple trees.
Pictured is the original McIntosh apple tree. The tree was discovered in 1796. The tree was transplanted…
"Large specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899
"Small specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899
Pictured are the top and bottom views of a baldwin apple.
"Baldwin apple cross pollinated with pollen of the Bellflower apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899
Pictured are the top and bottom view of a Ben Davis apple.
Pictured are the top and bottom views of a black gilliflower apple.