249 illustrations of trees including: ilex, incense cedar, india rubber, ironwood, judas tree, juglans, juneberry, juniper, kapok, kola, larch, laurel, limber pine, lime, linden, loblolly pine, locust, logwood, longleaf pine, loquat, maba, magnolia, mahogany, mangrove, maple, mulberry, mockernut, myrtle, norfolk island pine, and nutmeg

The leaf of a mossy-cup oak tree.

Mossy-Cup Oak Leaf

The leaf of a mossy-cup oak tree.

Leaves - compound (odd-feathered; leaflets, nine to fifteen); alternate (often alternate in threes); edge of leaflets finely and sharply toothed. Outline - of leaflet, long and narrow egg-shape. Apex, taper-pointed. Base - rounded and slightly pointed. Leaflet/Stem - lacking, or very short. Leaf - eight to twelve inches long. Leaflet - two to three and one half inches long; surfaces smooth. Bark - of the trunk, reddish-brown and rather smooth. Flowers - small and white, in large, flat clusters, over the surface of the tree - fifty to one hundred or more flowers in a cluster. May, June. Fruit - very ornamental, about the size of peas, scarlet, in large, flat clusters, ripening in autumn and remaining into the winter. Found - from Labrador and Newfoundland through the Northern States and southward along the Alleghany Mountains. Its finest growth is on the northern shores of Lake Huron and Lake Superior. General Information - A slender, somewhat pyramid-shaped, tree, ten to thirty feet high, much and justly prized as one of the best of the native trees for ornamental planting. Its bark and the unripe fruit are very astringent, and are sometimes used medicinally. A slightly different species (P. sambucilolia) is sometimes found in cold swamps and on the borders of streams along the Northern frontier. The Mountain Ash or "Rowan Tree" has for a long time been renowned as a safeguard against witches and all evil spirits. A mere twig of it suffices. "Rowen-tree and red thread Put the witches to their speed." "The spells were vain, the hag returned To the queen in sorrowful mood, Crying that witches have no power Where there is row'n-tree wood."

Genus Pyrus, L. (Mountain Ash)

Leaves - compound (odd-feathered; leaflets, nine to fifteen); alternate (often alternate in threes);…

Also known as Tsuga mertensiana. A species of hemlock native to the west coast of North America, between Alaska and Caiifornia.

Pine Cone of Mountain Hemlock

Also known as Tsuga mertensiana. A species of hemlock native to the west coast of North America, between…

The leaf of the Mountain Holly, Ilex monticola, (Keeler, 1915).

Mountain Holly Leaf

The leaf of the Mountain Holly, Ilex monticola, (Keeler, 1915).

The seeds of the Mountain Maple, Acer spicatum, (Keeler, 1915).

Mountain Maple Seed

The seeds of the Mountain Maple, Acer spicatum, (Keeler, 1915).

This tree is known as mountain hemlock, native to western US soil.

Tsuga Mrtensiana

This tree is known as mountain hemlock, native to western US soil.

A genus of trees native to tropical and temperate climates, and extensively cultivated on account of their fruit. The common or black mulberry s the only species that possesses fruit of considerable value, and is a native of Central Asia, whence it was brought to Europe more than ten centuries ago.

Mulberry

A genus of trees native to tropical and temperate climates, and extensively cultivated on account of…

The fruit is a multiple fruit, 2-3 cm long, red ripening to dark purple, edible, and sweet with a good flavor in several species.

Mulberry

The fruit is a multiple fruit, 2-3 cm long, red ripening to dark purple, edible, and sweet with a good…

Grain of a mulberry with fleshy calyx cut across.

Mulberry

Grain of a mulberry with fleshy calyx cut across.

The fruit and leaves of a mulberry tree or Morus.

Mulberry

The fruit and leaves of a mulberry tree or Morus.

One of the grains younger, seen to be a pistillate flower with calyx becoming fleshy.

Mulberry Grains

One of the grains younger, seen to be a pistillate flower with calyx becoming fleshy.

The leaves of the native red mulberry are very large. The fruit is deep red or almost black when fully ripe. It is native from Massachusetts to Florida, Kansas, and Texas.

Native Red Mulberry

The leaves of the native red mulberry are very large. The fruit is deep red or almost black when fully…

Russian mulberry is the common name of <i>morus alba tatarica</i>. It is low growing and very bushy topped. The fruit is usually very small.

Russian Mulberry

Russian mulberry is the common name of morus alba tatarica. It is low growing and very bushy topped.…

Teas' weeping mulberry is a result of grafting.

Teas' Weeping Mulberry

Teas' weeping mulberry is a result of grafting.

The venosa mulberry is a cut, leaved form.

Venosa Mulberry

The venosa mulberry is a cut, leaved form.

"Morus alba. 1. A male flower; 2. clusters of females; 3. a female flower separate; 4. the same with a part of the calyx cut away; 5. a vertical section of a ripe achaenium; 6. a cluster of fruit consisting of succulent calyxes enclosing achaenia." -Lindley, 1853

White Mulberry

"Morus alba. 1. A male flower; 2. clusters of females; 3. a female flower separate; 4. the same with…

White mulberry is the common name of <i>morus alba</i>. The leaves are light green, small, and smooth. The fruit is narrow, white or violet, and one to two inches long.

White Mulberry

White mulberry is the common name of morus alba. The leaves are light green, small, and smooth. The…

Musa cavendishii is a variety of banana tree. The leaves are oblong and deep green. The tree grows between five and six feet tall.

Musa Cavendishii

Musa cavendishii is a variety of banana tree. The leaves are oblong and deep green. The tree grows between…

Musa rosacea has the common name Mauritius Plantain tree. The flowers of the tree bloom in march. The fruit have an oblong shape. Pictured is the habit, detached young infructescence, and clusters of fruits of the plantain tree.

Musa Rosacea

Musa rosacea has the common name Mauritius Plantain tree. The flowers of the tree bloom in march. The…

Musa superba is a variety of the banana or plantain tree. This tree has a pseudo-stem swollen at the base. The tree grows fourteen feet tall.

Flowering Plant and Detached Flower of Musa Superba

Musa superba is a variety of the banana or plantain tree. This tree has a pseudo-stem swollen at the…

Leaves with small, orange wax glands on te lower surface when examined with lens; leaves usually prominently toothed.

Myrica

Leaves with small, orange wax glands on te lower surface when examined with lens; leaves usually prominently…

<i>Myrica cerifera</i> is a variety of wax myrtle. It is native from Maryland to Florida, Texas, and Arkansas. The tree blooms in March and April.

Myrica Cerifera

Myrica cerifera is a variety of wax myrtle. It is native from Maryland to Florida, Texas, and Arkansas.…

The branch of a Myrica inodora tree, a species of tree native to North America.

Branch of Myrica Inodora

The branch of a Myrica inodora tree, a species of tree native to North America.

Submerged leaves whorled, stems usually very lax.

Myriophyllum

Submerged leaves whorled, stems usually very lax.

1, twig with male flowers; 2, ripe pendulous fruit opening; 3, fruit after removal of one-half of the penicarp, showing the dark brown seed surrounded by the ruptured arillus; 4, kernel freed from the seed-coat.

Myristica Fragrans

1, twig with male flowers; 2, ripe pendulous fruit opening; 3, fruit after removal of one-half of the…

Myrrh, found in the old testament of the bible as one of the three gifts given to Jesus on the day of his birth.

Myrrh

Myrrh, found in the old testament of the bible as one of the three gifts given to Jesus on the day of…

"Myrtle is a genus of plants, natural order Myrtace&aelig;, consisting of aromatic trees or shrubs, with simple opposite leaves sprinkled with pellucid glandular points, and having axillary or terminal white or rose colored flowers. One species, common myrtle, is a native of the south of Europe and countries bordering on the Mediterranean."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Myrtle

"Myrtle is a genus of plants, natural order Myrtaceæ, consisting of aromatic trees or shrubs,…

"1. twig of Myrtus communis; 2. a flower divided divided perpendicularly." -Lindley, 1853

Myrtle

"1. twig of Myrtus communis; 2. a flower divided divided perpendicularly." -Lindley, 1853

A beautiful and fragrant evergreen tree.

Myrtle

A beautiful and fragrant evergreen tree.

"Myrtle is a genus of plants, natural order Myrtace&aelig;, consisting of aromatic trees or shrubs, with simple opposite leaves sprinkled with pellucid glandular points, and having axillary or terminal white or rose colored flowers. One species, common myrtle, is a native of the south of Europe and countries bordering on the Mediterranean."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Myrtle Flower

"Myrtle is a genus of plants, natural order Myrtaceæ, consisting of aromatic trees or shrubs,…

Also known as Quercus myrtifolia. The branch of a Myrtle Oak tree.

Branch of Myrtle Oak

Also known as Quercus myrtifolia. The branch of a Myrtle Oak tree.

"Napoleona imperialis. 1. a flower-bud just expanding; 2. the fleshy cup, and table-shaped stigma; 3. an expanded flower of the natural size; 4. a perpendicular section of the same. (In this the artist has carelessly added a fourth ring to the corolla on the outside of the stamens; no such ring exists); 5. a perpendicular section of the ovary; 6. an ovule; 7. a ripe seed; 8. a stamen; 9. a transverse section of the ovary." -Lindley. 1853

Napoleon's Hat

"Napoleona imperialis. 1. a flower-bud just expanding; 2. the fleshy cup, and table-shaped stigma; 3.…

Also known as Populus angustifolia. The branch of a Narrowleaf Cottonwood tree, native to Great Britain.

Branch of Narrowleaf Cottonwood

Also known as Populus angustifolia. The branch of a Narrowleaf Cottonwood tree, native to Great Britain.

Genus of the Salviniaceae: water ferns

Salvinia Natans

Genus of the Salviniaceae: water ferns

Pictured are the ripened spur branch of the nectarine and peach tree showing the wood buds and blossom buds.

Nectarine and Peach

Pictured are the ripened spur branch of the nectarine and peach tree showing the wood buds and blossom…

Pictured are the single, double, and triple buds and nectarine and peach.

Branch of Ripened Wood of Nectarine and Peach

Pictured are the single, double, and triple buds and nectarine and peach.

Nectarines with firm flesh are classed as clingstone. Pictured is the whole fruit and a section with the stone left intact.

Clingstone Nectarine

Nectarines with firm flesh are classed as clingstone. Pictured is the whole fruit and a section with…

Pictured is a fruiting branch of nectarine showing the method of stopping to assist the development of the fruit.

Fruiting Branch of Nectarine

Pictured is a fruiting branch of nectarine showing the method of stopping to assist the development…

The nectarine is a smooth-skinned peach. The nectarine is grown in California mostly for drying and canning.

Nectarines

The nectarine is a smooth-skinned peach. The nectarine is grown in California mostly for drying and…

A hardy herbaceous perennial plant native to a wide area of central Europe and western Asia. It is an attractive plant that is easy to grow and propagate, with the result that it has been passed around by gardeners for many years.

Salvia Nemorosa

A hardy herbaceous perennial plant native to a wide area of central Europe and western Asia. It is an…

Tree just removed from nursery, newly planted, pruned, and boxed.

Tree just removed from nursery, newly planted, pruned, and boxed.

Tree just removed from nursery, newly planted, pruned, and boxed.

Also known as Abies nobilis. Native to the Cascade Range and Coast Range mountains.

Pine Cone of Noble Fir

Also known as Abies nobilis. Native to the Cascade Range and Coast Range mountains.

Also known as Chamaecyparis nootkatensis. Native to the west coast of North America, ranging from Alaska to California.

Branch of Nootka Cypress

Also known as Chamaecyparis nootkatensis. Native to the west coast of North America, ranging from Alaska…

"1. Norfolk Island Pine (Araucaria excelsa). 2. Cone of Araucaria Cookii."-Whitney, 1902

Norfolk Island Pine

"1. Norfolk Island Pine (Araucaria excelsa). 2. Cone of Araucaria Cookii."-Whitney, 1902

Also known as Quercus ellipsoidalis. The branch of a Northern Pin Oak tree, native to the northern midwest United States.

Branch of Northern Pin Oak

Also known as Quercus ellipsoidalis. The branch of a Northern Pin Oak tree, native to the northern midwest…

Also known as Quercus rubra. The branch of a Northern Red Oak tree, native to northeastern United States.

Branch of Northern Red Oak

Also known as Quercus rubra. The branch of a Northern Red Oak tree, native to northeastern United States.

Norway spruce is the common name of picea excelsa. It is one of the most popular coniferous evergreens.

Norway Spruce

Norway spruce is the common name of picea excelsa. It is one of the most popular coniferous evergreens.

Leaves - simple; indeterminate in position because of their closeness; arranged singly all around the branchlets. Leaf - needle-shaped, five twelfths to three fourths of an inch long, four-sided, curved, sharp, rather slender, bluish-green, much lighter than the leaf of the Black Spruce. Bark - lighter than that of the Black Spruce. Cones - five inches and more in length; about one and a half inches in thickness. Branches and branchlets - heavily drooping, especially in the older trees. Scales - broad reverse egg-shape, with an entire edge, and rounded or somewhat two-lobed at the apex. General Information - This spruce is not a native, but is now very widely cultivated, and is sometimes found escaped from cultivation. It is a finer and large tree than the native spruces.

Genus Picea, Link. (Spruce)

Leaves - simple; indeterminate in position because of their closeness; arranged singly all around the…

There are many types of nuts that grow on trees. They are hard to protect the growing embryo encased within.

Nut

There are many types of nuts that grow on trees. They are hard to protect the growing embryo encased…

This is the nut of the Theobroma Cacao plant (chocolate).

Cacao Nut

This is the nut of the Theobroma Cacao plant (chocolate).

The nutmeg is a tropical evergreen tree cultivated for its spice. Nutmeg is derived from the seed, while another spice mace is derived from the seed covering just below the husk.

Nutmeg

The nutmeg is a tropical evergreen tree cultivated for its spice. Nutmeg is derived from the seed, while…

The kernel of the fruit of various trees, especially that of the nutmeg tree. The fruit is an edible drupe of a yellowish color, about two inches in diameter, and when mature it splits into halves, exposing a single seed.

Nutmeg

The kernel of the fruit of various trees, especially that of the nutmeg tree. The fruit is an edible…

Nutmeg is the seed of the tree.

Nutmeg

Nutmeg is the seed of the tree.

A nutmeg plant and its parts. "a, fruit bursting open; b, the same with one valve removed; c, section of seed; d, seed with the covering removed." -Foster, 1921

Nutmeg

A nutmeg plant and its parts. "a, fruit bursting open; b, the same with one valve removed; c, section…

"Myristica fragrans. 1. a flower; 2. a column of stamens; 3. a section of a female showing the ovary and ovule; 4. a section of a nutmeg with the embryo at the base of the albumen." -Lindley, 1853

Nutmeg

"Myristica fragrans. 1. a flower; 2. a column of stamens; 3. a section of a female showing the ovary…

Nutmeg is the common name of <i>myristica fragrans</i>. Illustrated are the upper sprays from the staminate tree.

Nutmeg

Nutmeg is the common name of myristica fragrans. Illustrated are the upper sprays from the staminate…

Also known as Hicoria myristicaeformis. The branch of a Nutmeg Hickory plant, an oil-rich food for wildlife.

Branch of Nutmeg Hickory

Also known as Hicoria myristicaeformis. The branch of a Nutmeg Hickory plant, an oil-rich food for wildlife.

The nutmeg trees are genus of the evergreen tree. The flowers grown on the nutmeg tree can be used as two spices, nutmeg and mace.

Nutmeg Tree

The nutmeg trees are genus of the evergreen tree. The flowers grown on the nutmeg tree can be used as…

Illustrated are the seeds of the nutmeg tree which are used in commerce. The upper specimens show the aril or mace. The lower specimens show the nut after the mace is removed.

Nutmegs

Illustrated are the seeds of the nutmeg tree which are used in commerce. The upper specimens show the…

Also known as Quercus texana. A species of oak tree native to the southern United States.

Branch of Nuttall's Oak

Also known as Quercus texana. A species of oak tree native to the southern United States.