247 illustrations of trees including: cabbage palmetto, cabomba, cacao, calabash, California black oak, California juniper, camphor, Canadian hemlock, cannon ball tree, Caribbean pine, cashew, chapman Oak, cherimoya, cherry, chestnut, cinnamon, citron, clove tree, cocao, cocoanut palm, coffee tree, common Juniper, copaiva tree, copal, and corkwood.

An illustration of crab apples growing on a tree branch.

Crab Apples

An illustration of crab apples growing on a tree branch.

The seed of this plant is the source of castor type oil.

Castor Bean

The seed of this plant is the source of castor type oil.

A chestnut branch. Chestnuts branches are usually green in color and have edible nuts.

Chestnut Branch

A chestnut branch. Chestnuts branches are usually green in color and have edible nuts.

Also known as Sabal palmetto. The branch of a palmetto palm tree.

Branch of Cabbage Palmetto

Also known as Sabal palmetto. The branch of a palmetto palm tree.

Submerged leaves opposite; leaflets not toothed.

Cabomba

Submerged leaves opposite; leaflets not toothed.

Cacao tree of South America where chocolate is made from.

Cacao

Cacao tree of South America where chocolate is made from.

The fruit, flower, and leaves of the cacao tree.

Cacao

The fruit, flower, and leaves of the cacao tree.

"Cocoa. a.-- branch with leaves; b.-- fruit (partly in section). Cacao (or Cocoa), the chocolate tree and also the powder and beverage made with it obtained from the fruit of this tree." -Vaughan, 1906

Cacao Fruit and Leaves

"Cocoa. a.-- branch with leaves; b.-- fruit (partly in section). Cacao (or Cocoa), the chocolate tree…

"Cacao, or cocoa, is the chocolate tree, and also the powder and beverage made with it obtained from the fruit of this tree. The tree is 16 to 18 feet high, a native of tropical America, and much cultivated in the tropics of both hemispheres, especially in the West India Islands, Central and South America. Its fruit is contained in pointed, oval, ribbed pods 6 to 10 inches long, each inclosing 50 to 100 seeds in a white, sweetish pulp. The term coca is a corruption of cacao, but is more commonly used in commerce: cocoa nuts, however, are obtained from an entirely different tree."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Cacao Plant

"Cacao, or cocoa, is the chocolate tree, and also the powder and beverage made with it obtained from…

"The cocoa, or as it should be written,cacao, tree is an evergreen, and it said to bear some resemblance to a young cherry-tree; the leaves are large and simple, the flowers grow in clusters, the pods are not unlike cucumbers in form, and of a yellowish red color; they contain from twenty to thirty nuts." -Lupton

Cacao Tree

"The cocoa, or as it should be written,cacao, tree is an evergreen, and it said to bear some resemblance…

Tree used to produce cacao beans, native to the Americas.

Theobroma Cacao

Tree used to produce cacao beans, native to the Americas.

A cross section of the fruit of the black calabash tree (Crescentia cucurbitina), native to Florida.

Black Calabash Fruit

A cross section of the fruit of the black calabash tree (Crescentia cucurbitina), native to Florida.

An illustration of a Calabash tree and ways to utilize the shell of the fruit it produces. Crescentia (Calabash tree, huingo, krabasi, or kalebas) is a genus of six species of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae, native to southern Florida, the Caribbean, southern Mexico, Central America and northern South America. The species are small trees growing to 10 m tall, and producing large spherical fruits up to half a meter in diameter.

Calabash Tree

An illustration of a Calabash tree and ways to utilize the shell of the fruit it produces. Crescentia…

A tree of tropical America bearing a gourd like fruit. The hard shell of which is applied to many domestic uses and is often elaborately carved or painted.

Calabash Tree

A tree of tropical America bearing a gourd like fruit. The hard shell of which is applied to many domestic…

Native to Florida, Crescentia obovata or the Black Calabash tree is a flowering plant of the Bignoniaceae family.

Black Calabash Tree

Native to Florida, Crescentia obovata or the Black Calabash tree is a flowering plant of the Bignoniaceae…

"Calamites (a restored); b enlarged fig.; c, d, e, leaflets and branches; f catkin; g root." -Taylor, 1904

Calamites

"Calamites (a restored); b enlarged fig.; c, d, e, leaflets and branches; f catkin; g root." -Taylor,…

Also known as Quercus kelloggii. The branch of a California Black Oak, native to western North America.

Branch of California Black Oak

Also known as Quercus kelloggii. The branch of a California Black Oak, native to western North America.

Also known as Juglans californica. A species of walnut shrub endemic to California.

Branch of California Black Walnut

Also known as Juglans californica. A species of walnut shrub endemic to California.

Also known as Juniperus californica. A species of juniper native mainly to California.

Branch of California Juniper

Also known as Juniperus californica. A species of juniper native mainly to California.

Also known as Torreya californica.

Branch of California Torreya

Also known as Torreya californica.

Also known as Myrica californica. A small tree native to the Pacific Coast of North America.

Branch of California Wax Myrtle

Also known as Myrica californica. A small tree native to the Pacific Coast of North America.

This palm is native to South America.

Trithrinax Campestris

This palm is native to South America.

The flowering branch of a camphor tree (Dryobalanops aromatica).

Camphor Tree

The flowering branch of a camphor tree (Dryobalanops aromatica).

"An evergreen of the laurel family, having glossy leaves and bearing clusters of yellowish flowers, which are succeeded by branches of fruit resembling black currants." -Lupton

Camphor Tree

"An evergreen of the laurel family, having glossy leaves and bearing clusters of yellowish flowers,…

A branch of the camphor tree, Cinnamomum camphora.

Camphor Tree Branch

A branch of the camphor tree, Cinnamomum camphora.

Common elder of central and eastern North America bearing purple-black berries; fruit used in wines and jellies

Sambucus Canadensis

Common elder of central and eastern North America bearing purple-black berries; fruit used in wines…

A conifer commonly found in native to eastern parts of North America.

Taxus Canadensis

A conifer commonly found in native to eastern parts of North America.

Common forest tree, used for its pulpwood.

Tsuga Canadensis

Common forest tree, used for its pulpwood.

Also known as Tsuga canadensis. A coniferous tree native to eastern North America.

Branch of Canadian Hemlock

Also known as Tsuga canadensis. A coniferous tree native to eastern North America.

Illustrated is a flowering branch (a), the stamens (b), a longitudinal section of fruit (c), and a fruit cluster (d) of canangium odoratum. The tree bears greenish yellow fragrant flowers.

Canangium Odoratum

Illustrated is a flowering branch (a), the stamens (b), a longitudinal section of fruit (c), and a fruit…

Cannon ball tree is the common name of couroupita guianensis. Illustrated is the trunk and the hanging flowers and fruits.

Cannon Ball Tree

Cannon ball tree is the common name of couroupita guianensis. Illustrated is the trunk and the hanging…

Also known as Quercus chrysolepis. The branch of a Canyon Live Oak tree, native to the southwestern North America.

Branch of Canyon Live Oak

Also known as Quercus chrysolepis. The branch of a Canyon Live Oak tree, native to the southwestern…

A branch from the Capparis jamaicensis tree, native to Florida during the spring season.

Branch of Capparis Jamaicensis

A branch from the Capparis jamaicensis tree, native to Florida during the spring season.

Also known as Pinus caribaea. The pine cone of a Caribbean Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Caribbean Pine

Also known as Pinus caribaea. The pine cone of a Caribbean Pine tree.

Carludovica palmata has no trunk. The blades are four lobed. The blades are dark green and gracefully spreading.

Carludovica Palmata

Carludovica palmata has no trunk. The blades are four lobed. The blades are dark green and gracefully…

Native to countries around the Mediterranean. The pods are often called locust-eans, are supposed by some to have been food of John the Baptist in the wilderness.

Carob Tree

Native to countries around the Mediterranean. The pods are often called locust-eans, are supposed by…

Also known as Tsuga caroliniana. An evergreen coniferous tree native to the Appalachian Mountains.

Pine Cone of Carolina Hemlock

Also known as Tsuga caroliniana. An evergreen coniferous tree native to the Appalachian Mountains.

The common names of carpinus caroliniana are American hornbeam and blue beech. The leaves are oval, oblong, and serrated. The fruit clusters are two to four inches long.

Carpinus Caroliniana

The common names of carpinus caroliniana are American hornbeam and blue beech. The leaves are oval,…

Leaflets fewer and large, usually 9; tree not thorny.

Carya

Leaflets fewer and large, usually 9; tree not thorny.

The common name of carya glabra is pignut or pignut hickory. Illustrated is the characteristic growth of the tree.

Carya Glabra

The common name of carya glabra is pignut or pignut hickory. Illustrated is the characteristic growth…

The common names of carya ovalis are false shagbark and small pignut. There are five to seven oval leaflets.

Carya Ovalis

The common names of carya ovalis are false shagbark and small pignut. There are five to seven oval leaflets.

Illustrated is the habit of carya ovalis, also known has false shagbark and small pignut.

Carya Ovalis

Illustrated is the habit of carya ovalis, also known has false shagbark and small pignut.

Illustrated is a twig of carya ovalis, also known as false shagbark and small pignut.

Carya Ovalis Twig

Illustrated is a twig of carya ovalis, also known as false shagbark and small pignut.

Illustrated is the fruit of carya ovalis. It is known as false shagbark or small pignut.

Fruit of Carya Ovalis

Illustrated is the fruit of carya ovalis. It is known as false shagbark or small pignut.

Illustrated is a cross section of the fruit and the whole fruit of carya ovata. The common names of shagbark hickory and little shellbark hickory.

Carya Ovata Fruit

Illustrated is a cross section of the fruit and the whole fruit of carya ovata. The common names of…

Illustrated is the twig of carya ovata. The common names are shagbark hickory and little shellbark hickory.

Carya Ovata Twig

Illustrated is the twig of carya ovata. The common names are shagbark hickory and little shellbark hickory.

Caryota sobolfera is a variety of palmae, or palm tree. This form occurs frequently.

Caryota Sobolifera

Caryota sobolfera is a variety of palmae, or palm tree. This form occurs frequently.

"Casearia grandiflora. 1. part of a calyx split open; 2. the pistil half grown; 3. section across the ovary; 4. section of seed; 5. seed; 6. aril, removed from the seed." -Lindley, 1853

Casearia

"Casearia grandiflora. 1. part of a calyx split open; 2. the pistil half grown; 3. section across the…

"Cashew Nut. Cashew, a tree common in the West Indies. Its fruit is called the cashew nut. The nut is small, kidney-shaped, ash-gray, and contains an acrid juice." -Vaughan, 1906

Cashew Branch

"Cashew Nut. Cashew, a tree common in the West Indies. Its fruit is called the cashew nut. The nut is…

An illustration of various parts of the cashew tree. "1, Branch, bearing flowers and fruit. The fruit stales are enlarged in pear like for bearing the nut (the true fruit) at their apex; 2, Flower expanded; Stamen and pistil, with the calyx; 4, Stamen separated; 5, Nut constituting the fruit; 6, Nut opened longitudinally; 7, Seed seprated from the nut; 8, Cotyledons opened to show the radicle a, and the plumule." (Britannica, 1910)

Cashew Tree

An illustration of various parts of the cashew tree. "1, Branch, bearing flowers and fruit. The fruit…

"Cassipourea elliptica. 1. a flower; 2. stamens; 3. pistil; 4. cross section of the ovary." -Lindley, 1853

Cassipourea

"Cassipourea elliptica. 1. a flower; 2. stamens; 3. pistil; 4. cross section of the ovary." -Lindley,…

Illustrated is the leaf of castanea dentata, a variety of chestnut. The leaf is oblong and tapers to a point. It is coarsely serrated.

Castanea Dentata

Illustrated is the leaf of castanea dentata, a variety of chestnut. The leaf is oblong and tapers to…

Illustrated is the leaf of castanea sativa, a variety of chestnut. The leaves are oblong and taper to a point. The leaves are rounded at the base.

Castanea Sativa

Illustrated is the leaf of castanea sativa, a variety of chestnut. The leaves are oblong and taper to…

The castanopsis chrysophylla tree grows one hundred fifty feet tall. The leaves are oval and oblong. The under side of the leaves are coated with minute golden yellow scales.

Castanopsis Chrysophylla

The castanopsis chrysophylla tree grows one hundred fifty feet tall. The leaves are oval and oblong.…

The branch of a Castanopsis chrysophylla, a species of beech tree.

Branch of Castanopsis Chrysophylla

The branch of a Castanopsis chrysophylla, a species of beech tree.

The casuarina equisetifolia tree can grow up to one hundred fifty feet tall. The branches are drooping and pale green.

Casuarina Equisetifolia

The casuarina equisetifolia tree can grow up to one hundred fifty feet tall. The branches are drooping…

One of Catalpa, the kernel cut to show the embryo.

Catalpa

One of Catalpa, the kernel cut to show the embryo.

A catalpa leaf.

Catalpa Leaf

A catalpa leaf.

Illustrated is catalpa ovata in fruit. The flowers are very fragrant.

Catalpa Ovata

Illustrated is catalpa ovata in fruit. The flowers are very fragrant.

Illustrated is catalpa speciosa in fruit. The common name is western catalpa.

Catalpa Speciosa

Illustrated is catalpa speciosa in fruit. The common name is western catalpa.