219 illustrations of trees including: date palm, deutzia, dogwood, douglas fir, dragon tree, eastern black oak, eastern cottonwood, ebony, elderberry, elm, English oak, eucalyptus, ficus, fig, fir, foxtail pine, fraser fir, geiger tree, ginkgo, grapefruit, gum arabic, hemlock, hickory, honey locust, and horse chestnut

Encephalartos cycadifolius has a nearly round trunk. The leaves are opposite and alternate.

Encephalartos Cycadifolius

Encephalartos cycadifolius has a nearly round trunk. The leaves are opposite and alternate.

The leaf of a English oak tree.

English Oak Leaf

The leaf of a English oak tree.

Eucalyptus is dominate in Australia but also found in adjacent parts of New Guinea and Indonesia. Many are known as gum trees.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is dominate in Australia but also found in adjacent parts of New Guinea and Indonesia. Many…

Eucalyptus is a diverse genus of trees (and a few shrubs), the members of which dominate the tree flora of Australia. There are more than seven hundred species of Eucalyptus, mostly native to Australia, with a very small number found in adjacent parts of New Guinea and Indonesia and one as far north as the Philippines islands. Species of Eucalyptus are cultivated throughout the tropics and subtropics including the Americas, England, Africa, the Mediterranean Basin, the Middle East, China and the Indian Subcontinent.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is a diverse genus of trees (and a few shrubs), the members of which dominate the tree flora…

The common name of eucalyptus corynocalyx is sugar gum. The tree grows to one hundred twenty feet tall. The flowers bloom June to November.

Eucalyptus Corynocalyx

The common name of eucalyptus corynocalyx is sugar gum. The tree grows to one hundred twenty feet tall.…

The common name of eucalyptus diversicolor is karri. The leaves are dark green with diverging veins. The flowers bloom February to May.

Eucalyptus Diversicolor

The common name of eucalyptus diversicolor is karri. The leaves are dark green with diverging veins.…

Eucalyptus ficifolia is known as crimson flowered eucalyptus. The flowers are large, red, and grow in large clusters. The leaves oval, firm, and thick.

Eucalyptus Ficifolia

Eucalyptus ficifolia is known as crimson flowered eucalyptus. The flowers are large, red, and grow in…

The common name of eucalyptus globulus is blue gum. Illustrated is a spray of mature foliage and two leaves of sucker foliage.

Eucalyptus Globulus

The common name of eucalyptus globulus is blue gum. Illustrated is a spray of mature foliage and two…

The common name of eucalyptus globulus is blue gum. Illustrated are shoots on a young plant. The leaves are thick and six to twelve inches long. The leaves on young shoots are opposite and broad.

Eucalyptus Globulus

The common name of eucalyptus globulus is blue gum. Illustrated are shoots on a young plant. The leaves…

Illustrated are parts of eucalyptus globulus. It shows the stamens and the structure of the bud. (4) is a section of a bud.

Eucalyptus Globulus

Illustrated are parts of eucalyptus globulus. It shows the stamens and the structure of the bud. (4)…

Eucalyptus globulus is also known as blue gum tree. This tree can grow to be over three hundred feet tall. The leaves have been said to cure fever. The oil from the leaves is also said to be an antiseptic.

Habit of a Young Tree of Eucalyptus Globulus

Eucalyptus globulus is also known as blue gum tree. This tree can grow to be over three hundred feet…

The common name of eucalyptus leucoxylon is white ironbark. The flowers of the tree are white, and very rarely pink. The flowers bloom  from November to April.

Eucalyptus Leucoxylon

The common name of eucalyptus leucoxylon is white ironbark. The flowers of the tree are white, and very…

The common name of eucalyptus rostrata is red gum. The tree blooms from April to July. The tree is able to endure the intense heat of the desert.

Eucalyptus Rostrata

The common name of eucalyptus rostrata is red gum. The tree blooms from April to July. The tree is able…

European larch is the common name of larix decidua. The branchlets are slender and yellowish. The leaves are soft and triangular.

European Larch

European larch is the common name of larix decidua. The branchlets are slender and yellowish. The leaves…

Palm belonging to the trachycarpus genus, commonly seen throughout Asia.

Trachyycarpus Excelsa

Palm belonging to the trachycarpus genus, commonly seen throughout Asia.

Diagram of a cross section of a very young exogenous stem, showing six woody bundles or wedges.

Exogenous Stem

Diagram of a cross section of a very young exogenous stem, showing six woody bundles or wedges.

Diagram of a cross section of a very young exogenous stem, showing twelve woody bundles or wedges.

Exogenous Stem

Diagram of a cross section of a very young exogenous stem, showing twelve woody bundles or wedges.

Diagram of a cross section of an exogenous stem, the wedges filling the space, separated only by the thin lines, or medullary rays, running from pith to bark.

Exogenous Stem

Diagram of a cross section of an exogenous stem, the wedges filling the space, separated only by the…

The branch of a Fagus americana, a species of beech tree.

Branch of Fagus Americana

The branch of a Fagus americana, a species of beech tree.

A barbed wire fence cutting in to a tree's trunk.

Fencepost, cutting into a tree

A barbed wire fence cutting in to a tree's trunk.

The common name of ficus is the fig tree. Ficus cooperi has dark green leaves that are over one foot long.

Ficus Cooperi

The common name of ficus is the fig tree. Ficus cooperi has dark green leaves that are over one foot…

The common name of ficus is the fig tree. The leaves have wavy margins. The leaves are shortly stalked.

Terminal Shoot of Ficus Exsculpta

The common name of ficus is the fig tree. The leaves have wavy margins. The leaves are shortly stalked.

The branch of a Ficus populnea tree.

Branch of Ficus Populnea

The branch of a Ficus populnea tree.

Ficus is commonly known as the fig tree. The fruit of ficus roxburghii is edible. The fruits of ficus trees are called figs. The leaves of these trees are a roundish heart shape.

Fruit and Leaf of Ficus Roxburghii

Ficus is commonly known as the fig tree. The fruit of ficus roxburghii is edible. The fruits of ficus…

An American Elm, with Spruce-trees, and on the left Arbor Vitae.

Field of Trees

An American Elm, with Spruce-trees, and on the left Arbor Vitae.

Pictured is a picturesque field pine, a remnant of a forest.

Field Pine

Pictured is a picturesque field pine, a remnant of a forest.

Figs are native to Turkey and Northern India. It was one of the first fruits cultivated by humans. In the U.S. figs are grown primarily in Southern California.

Fig

Figs are native to Turkey and Northern India. It was one of the first fruits cultivated by humans. In…

A small fruit tree which has large leaves and fruits called figs.

Fig

A small fruit tree which has large leaves and fruits called figs.

The so-called Common Fig (F. carica) is a temperate species from the Middle East and eastern Europe (mostly Ukraine), which has been widely cultivated from ancient times for its fruit, also referred to as figs. The fruit of most other species are also edible though they are usually of only local economic importance or eaten as bushfood. However, they are extremely important food resources for wildlife.

Fig

The so-called Common Fig (F. carica) is a temperate species from the Middle East and eastern Europe…

The outside appearance of a noncaprificated fig.

Fig

The outside appearance of a noncaprificated fig.

The outside appearance of a caprificated fig.

Fig

The outside appearance of a caprificated fig.

The interior of a caprificated fig.

Fig

The interior of a caprificated fig.

The interior of a noncaprificated fig.

Fig

The interior of a noncaprificated fig.

Any plant belonging to the genus Ficus is a fig. They are widely distributed in warm climates. Some bear edible fruit. This illustration shows a fig plant, as well as the male and female flowers, and a cross-section of  the fruit of a fig.

Fig

Any plant belonging to the genus Ficus is a fig. They are widely distributed in warm climates. Some…

An illustration of a fig branch and fruit.

Fig Branch and Fruit

An illustration of a fig branch and fruit.

The female flowers and fruit of the fig tree.

Fig Flowers and Fruit

The female flowers and fruit of the fig tree.

The fruit of Ficus carica, which is native to Asia. The genus is an enormous one in the tropics. There are about 150 different varieties of cultivated figs.

Fig Plant

The fruit of Ficus carica, which is native to Asia. The genus is an enormous one in the tropics. There…

Fig plant.

Fig plant

Fig plant.

Also known as ficus. They are native throughout the tropics and are cultivated for the fruit, the fig. Figs are important food resources for wildlife.

Fig Tree

Also known as ficus. They are native throughout the tropics and are cultivated for the fruit, the fig.…

A moraceous tree belonging to the Ficus of tropical regions, producing pear like fruit.

Fig Tree

A moraceous tree belonging to the Ficus of tropical regions, producing pear like fruit.

Figs from the Osborn's Prolific tree are round with long necks. The skin of the fruit is a dark mahogany color. The flesh of the fruit is milky white.

Osborn's Prolific Fig

Figs from the Osborn's Prolific tree are round with long necks. The skin of the fruit is a dark mahogany…

The fruit from a fig tree (Ficus carica) showing its section.

Section of Fruit of Fig

The fruit from a fig tree (Ficus carica) showing its section.

A fig-fruit when young.

Fig-Fruit

A fig-fruit when young.

Magnified portion of a fig-fruit, a slice, showing some of the flowers.

Fig-Fruit Flowers

Magnified portion of a fig-fruit, a slice, showing some of the flowers.

A fig-fruit when young in section.

Fig-Fruit Section

A fig-fruit when young in section.

The figari melon is an ornamental and small fruited melon.

Figari Melon

The figari melon is an ornamental and small fruited melon.

The skin of black bourjassotte figs is black. The fruit is a deep red. These figs are delicious.

Black Bourjassotte Figs

The skin of black bourjassotte figs is black. The fruit is a deep red. These figs are delicious.

"A. grandis (Grand Fir) - Fig. 60.- tree, 200-300ft.: trunk becoming 4ft. in diam. lvs. thin and flexable, deeply grooved, very dark green above and silvery white beneath: cones cylindrical, 2-4 in. long, rounded or retuse at the apex, the broad scales somewhat squarrose and irregularly serrate and furnished with a short point." L.H. Bailey, 1917

Grand Fir Tree Cone

"A. grandis (Grand Fir) - Fig. 60.- tree, 200-300ft.: trunk becoming 4ft. in diam. lvs. thin and flexable,…

Balsam firs are found in balsams in Canada.

Balsam Fir

Balsam firs are found in balsams in Canada.

"Young resin gland of fir: <em>a</em>, duct, an intercellular space formed by the separation of the four nucleate cells." &mdash; Coulter, 1910

Resin gland of a fir

"Young resin gland of fir: a, duct, an intercellular space formed by the separation of the…

An illustration of firs.

Firs

An illustration of firs.

Also known as Ficus aurea. A branch of a Florida Strangler Fig tree, native to the state of Florida.

Branch of Florida Strangler Fig

Also known as Ficus aurea. A branch of a Florida Strangler Fig tree, native to the state of Florida.

Also known as Thrinax floridana. Native to Florida.

Branch of Florida Thatch Palm

Also known as Thrinax floridana. Native to Florida.

Also known as Taxus floridana. A rare species of yew found in northern Florida.

Branch of Florida Yew

Also known as Taxus floridana. A rare species of yew found in northern Florida.

Also known as Pinus balfouriana. The pine cone of a Foxtail Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Foxtail Pine

Also known as Pinus balfouriana. The pine cone of a Foxtail Pine tree.

Also known as Abies fraseri. A species of fir native to the eastern United States mountains.

Pine Cone of Fraser Fir

Also known as Abies fraseri. A species of fir native to the eastern United States mountains.

Also known as Populus fremontii. The branch of a Fremont Cottonwood tree, native to western North America.

Branch of Fremont Cottonwood

Also known as Populus fremontii. The branch of a Fremont Cottonwood tree, native to western North America.

Leaves - simple; opposite; edge entire. Outline - oval, long oval, or reverse egg-shape. Apex - pointed (or sometimes rounded). Base - pointed. Leaf - smooth. Flowers - with narrow petals nearly an inch in length, snow-white, in long, loose, and drooping clusters. June. Fruit - one half to two thirds of an inch long, oval, purplish, with one stony seed. Found - along the banks of streams from New Jersey and Southern Pennsylvania southward. Common and very ornamental in cultivation. General Information - A small tree eight to twenty-five feet high, or often a shrub. Chionanthus, from two Greek words meaning "snow" and "flowers."

Genus Chionanthus, L. (Fringe Tree)

Leaves - simple; opposite; edge entire. Outline - oval, long oval, or reverse egg-shape. Apex - pointed…

This is the fruit, or drupe, of Fringe-tree, Chionanthus virginica, (Keeler, 1915).

Fringe-tree Fruit

This is the fruit, or drupe, of Fringe-tree, Chionanthus virginica, (Keeler, 1915).

An illustration of a Doyenne Gray pear and Early Richmond cherries.

Variety of Fruit

An illustration of a Doyenne Gray pear and Early Richmond cherries.