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.

A cone of the stone pine. Usually oval shaped and has edible seeds.

Stone Pine Cone

A cone of the stone pine. Usually oval shaped and has edible seeds.

Also known as Pinus pungens. The Table Mountain Pine is native to the Appalachian Mountains.

Table Mountain Pine Cone

Also known as Pinus pungens. The Table Mountain Pine is native to the Appalachian Mountains.

Also known as Larix americana. The pine cone of a Tamarack Larch tree.

Tamarack Larch Pine Cone

Also known as Larix americana. The pine cone of a Tamarack Larch tree.

Also known as Pinus torreyana. The Torrey Pine is the rarest pine species in the United States, and is generally found on the West Coast.

Torrey Pine Cone

Also known as Pinus torreyana. The Torrey Pine is the rarest pine species in the United States, and…

Also known as Larix occidentalis. A species of larch native to the mountains of western North America.

Western Larch Pine Cone

Also known as Larix occidentalis. A species of larch native to the mountains of western North America.

A pine whose cone is more elongated and slender.

White Pine Cone

A pine whose cone is more elongated and slender.

Also known as Picea glauca. A spruce tree native to the northern half of North America.

White Spruce Pine Cone

Also known as Picea glauca. A spruce tree native to the northern half of North America.