Several sparrow-hawks roosting on a branch.
An illustration of the hemlock spruce's seed, cone, and foliage.
The branch of a Hicoria texana, a species of pecan tree.
The branch of a Hicoria villosa tree, a species of hickory.
"Hippocratea Arnottiana. 1. a flower; 2. a cross section of the ovary; 3. ripe fruit." -Lindley, 1853
"Branch and Pod of Honey-locust (Gleditschia triacanthos). GLEDITSCHIA. A genus of leguminous thorny…
Also known as Salix hookeriana. The branch of a Hooker's Willow tree, native to the west coast of North…
This shows the pistillate and staminate aments of Hop Hornbeam, Ostrya virginiana, (Keeler, 1915).
"Pruning for Horizontally-Trained Tree." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
"Pruning for Horizontally-Trained Tree, Third Year." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
"Pruning for Horizontally-Trained Tree, Fifth Year." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
"Horizontal Training." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
"Forms of Horizontal Training." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
An illustration of the hornbeam branch.
This shows the pistillate and staminate aments of Hornbeam, Carpinus caroliniana, (Keeler, 1915).
A concave hornbill perched on a branch, with mountains rising behind it.
An illustration of a horse chestnut shot.
The Huito (Genipa americana) is a small tree with edible fruit in the madder family, Rubiaceae.
A pair of topaz hummingbirds, with their nest and eggs.
A picture depicting a multitude of hummingbirds.
A trio of hummingbirds resting on a branch, one of which is in a nest.
A group of humming birds with particularly long and narrow beaks, well-adapted for sipping nectar from…
A group of humming birds, two of which are vying for a flower's nectar.
Four humming birds, two of which are resting on a branch, while the other two cavort in the air above.
The fruit of idesia polycarpa are orange and grow in drooping clusters. The fruit are pea size. The…
Also known as Libocedrus decurrens.
Also known as Quercus wislizeni. The branch of an Interior Live Oak tree, native to California.
Also known as Quercus tomentella. The branch of an Island Oak tree, native to the coast of Caifornia.
The common ivy is a wellknown native of Britian and most parts of Europe and some parts of America.…
"1. Hedera Helix; 2. a flower of Dimorphanthus edulis; 3. perpendicular section of the ovary; 4. undivided…
The Yellow Jasmine (Gelsemium sempervirens) is a vine in the Gelsemiaceae family.
The branch of a Juglans rupestris, a species of walnut tree.
Also known as Amelanchier canadensis. The branch of a Juneberry bush, native to eastern North America,…
An illustration of a juniper branch, vertical section of fruit (1), and male catkin (2). Junipers are…
A species of conifer found in The Bahamas, Cuba, Haiti, and Jamaica.
Also known as Betula kenaica. A species of birch tree.
A lesser kestrel on a branch, eating a smaller bird.
Catha edulis or Khat is a flowering plant of the Celastraceae family.
Also known as Populus grandidentata. The branch of a Large-Tooth Aspen, native to eastern North America.
The Delphinium tricorne or Dwarf Larkspur: "1. petals and stamens; 2. carpels; 3. a branch of ripe fruit."…
"Lecythis ovata. 1. a flower divided perpendicularly; 2. a stamen." -Lindley, 1853
An illustration of an linden branch.
"London City and Midland Bank, Ludgate Hill Branch." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910
The branch of a Lyonothamnus tree, which is native to the Channel Islands of California.
A group of macaws, a species of parrots native to South America.
The branch of a Magnolia acuminata cordata, mostly found on the Blue Ridge in South Carolina.
The image shows a fascicle (bundle or cluster) of flowers of a mallow plant (Malvaceae).
The branch of a Malus rivularis tree, native throughout the northwestern coast of the United States.
"1. Medinilla macrocarpa; 2. stamens of M. radicans; 3. perpendicular section of its ovary; 4. a section…
The flowers of mesembryanthemum acinaciforme are large and reddish. The flowers grow alone at the ends…
Pictured are the habit, detached flower, and a portion of the branch with leaves of mesembryanthemum…
Also known as Morus celtidifolia. The branch of a Mexican Mulberry tree.
Also known as Populus mexicana. A branch of a Mexico Poplar tree.
The skyline of the battle field with military important features labeled.
The stem of the mock strawberry (Duchesnea indica), a flowering plant that gets its name from its fruit's…
Also known as Hicoria alba. The branch of a Mockernut Hickory tree, the most abundant of the hickory…
"Modified Fan Training." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
Also known as Cupressus macrocarpa. A species of cypress that is endemic to the Central Coast of California.
The mummies that carry the brown-rot fungus over winter.
The branch of a Myrica inodora tree, a species of tree native to North America.