266 illustrations of trees including: oak, ocotea catesbyana, olive, orange, Pacific yew, palm, Ceylon palm, sago palm, sabal palm, palmetto, papaw, papaya, paper birch, parasol pine, peach, pear, pecan, persea, persimmon, pignut, pin-oak, pitch pine, plantain, plum, pomegranate, and poplar

This species of thuja is a coniferous tree.

Thuja Plicata

This species of thuja is a coniferous tree.

A class of fruit trees belonging to the same genus as the apricot, almond, peach, and cherry, and cultivated in all countries.

Plum

A class of fruit trees belonging to the same genus as the apricot, almond, peach, and cherry, and cultivated…

"Prunus domestica. 1. a section of its drupe; 2. a section of the endocarp, showing the position of the seed." -Lindley, 1853

Plum

"Prunus domestica. 1. a section of its drupe; 2. a section of the endocarp, showing the position of…

Illustrations depicting a black knot of a plum. "1...represents the general appearance of the black-knot of the plum; 2, a cross-section; 2, an enlarged view of it, showing indentations on the external surface of the conceptacles or perithecia of the fungus; 4, a longitudinal section of the black-knot and branch of a plumtree...5, a typical representation of the perithecia." -Watts, 1874

Black knot of the plum

Illustrations depicting a black knot of a plum. "1...represents the general appearance of the black-knot…

"In answer to a communication of mine, Professor C. H. Peck, botanist, of Albany new York, informs me that he has found sacks filled with spores with in the perithecia of black-knot, and has furnished me with a sketch of the sack as seen by him, (see U, Fig. 17.) I represents a highly magnified view of the true spore of this for of Shaeria." -Watts, 1874

Black knot of the plum

"In answer to a communication of mine, Professor C. H. Peck, botanist, of Albany new York, informs me…

A small tree native to tropical climates.

Red Plum

A small tree native to tropical climates.

A small tree native to tropical climates.

Red Plum

A small tree native to tropical climates.

These are the fruit of the Poison Sumac, Rhus vernix (Keeler, 1915).

Poison Sumac Fruit

These are the fruit of the Poison Sumac, Rhus vernix (Keeler, 1915).

A class of trees of the myrtle family. They are native to Palestine and the Mediterranean region, but are cultivated extensively for their fruit in any countries.

Pomegranate

A class of trees of the myrtle family. They are native to Palestine and the Mediterranean region, but…

It is of the size of an orange, has six rounded anles, and bears at the summit the remains of the calyx lobes.

Pomegranate

It is of the size of an orange, has six rounded anles, and bears at the summit the remains of the calyx…

"Punica granatum; 2. perpendicular section of the ovary; 3. cross section of it near the base; 4. near the base." -Lindley, 1853

Pomegranate

"Punica granatum; 2. perpendicular section of the ovary; 3. cross section of it near the base; 4. near…

"The pomegranate consists of two rows of carpels, one above the other, but in other respects would fall under this division."—Darby, 1855

Pomegranate

"The pomegranate consists of two rows of carpels, one above the other, but in other respects would fall…

Also known as Annona glabra. A branch of a Pond-Apple tree, native to the southeast United States and the Caribbean.

Branch of Pond-Apple

Also known as Annona glabra. A branch of a Pond-Apple tree, native to the southeast United States and…

A genus of deciduous trees, widely distributed in the north temperate zone, particularly in the temperate parts of North America and Eurasia.

Poplar

A genus of deciduous trees, widely distributed in the north temperate zone, particularly in the temperate…

Also known as Populus alba canescens. A species of poplar, commonly found in Spain, Morocco, and central Europe and Asia. The bark is smooth and approximately 3 feet in width. The trees generally grow between 52 and 88 feet.

White Poplar

Also known as Populus alba canescens. A species of poplar, commonly found in Spain, Morocco, and central…

The branch of a Populus acuminata, a species of poplar.

Branch of Populus Acuminata

The branch of a Populus acuminata, a species of poplar.

The branch of a Populus wislizeni, a species of cottonwood tree.

Branch of Populus Wislizeni

The branch of a Populus wislizeni, a species of cottonwood tree.

A branch of Piper porphyrophyllum. It is generally between 4 and 6 inches in length and consists of rich bronzy-green leaves.

Piper Porphyrophyllum

A branch of Piper porphyrophyllum. It is generally between 4 and 6 inches in length and consists of…

Leaves - simple; alternate; edge lobed (edge of the lobes entire, or sometimes hollowed more or less deeply at the ends.) Outline - usually broad, reverse egg-shape or oval. Apex - of lobes, rounded. Base - wedge shape or round. Leaf - four to six inches long; rough above and below; thick and coarse. The lobes, five to seven and exceedingly variable in size and shape, radiating almost at right angles from the middle rib; sometimes broad and squared, sometimes much narrowed toward their base, with the spreading ends themselves lobed or hollowed; often irregularly and unequally placed. Bark - of the trunk, resembling that of the white oak, but rather darker. Inner bark white. Acorns - two to three together on a short stem (bout one fourth inch), or single and nearly stemless. Cup - round saucer-shape, rather thin, with very small scales, not warty. Nut - about one half inch long; egg-shape or oval; more than one third covered by the cup; shining blackish-brown, and often slightly striped; very sweet. Found - from the coast of Massachusetts southward and westward. General Information - A tree twenty to fifty feet high, of value, especially in the Southwestern States, where it is very common. Quercus, possible from a Celtic word meaning to inquire, because it was among the oaks that the Druids oftenest practised their rites.

Genus Quercus, L. (Oak)

Leaves - simple; alternate; edge lobed (edge of the lobes entire, or sometimes hollowed more or less…

The leaf of a post-oak tree.

Post-Oak Leaf

The leaf of a post-oak tree.

Leaves with midribs evident when examined against light; flowers inconspicuous, not yellow.

Potamogeton

Leaves with midribs evident when examined against light; flowers inconspicuous, not yellow.

Also known as Malus ioensis. A branch of a Prairie Crabapple tree native to the regions of the upper Mississippi Valley.

Branch of Prairie Crabapple

Also known as Malus ioensis. A branch of a Prairie Crabapple tree native to the regions of the upper…

Tall perennial Old World salvia with violet-blue flowers; found in open grasslands

Salvia Pratensis

Tall perennial Old World salvia with violet-blue flowers; found in open grasslands

Submerged leaves with simple divisions.

Proserpinaca

Submerged leaves with simple divisions.

A branch of a species of palm native to the wider Caribbean.

Branch of Pseudophoenix

A branch of a species of palm native to the wider Caribbean.

This perennial features dark red flowers and rsetttes.

Sarracenia Purpurea

This perennial features dark red flowers and rsetttes.