Also known as Taxodium distichum. A species of conifer native to the southeastern United States.

Pine Cone of Bald Cypress

Also known as Taxodium distichum. A species of conifer native to the southeastern United States.

Also known as Pseudotsuga macrocarpa. A conifer native to southern California.

Pine Cone of Bigcone Douglas Fir

Also known as Pseudotsuga macrocarpa. A conifer native to southern California.

Also known as Torreya californica.

Branch of California Torreya

Also known as Torreya californica.

A conifer which belongs to the redwoods. They are of the cupressaceae genus.

Sequoia Gigantea

A conifer which belongs to the redwoods. They are of the cupressaceae genus.

A species of conifer found in The Bahamas, Cuba, Haiti, and Jamaica.

Branch of Juniperus Barbadensis

A species of conifer found in The Bahamas, Cuba, Haiti, and Jamaica.

Also known as Taxus brevifolia. A conifer native to the Pacific Northwest of North America.

Branch of Pacific Yew

Also known as Taxus brevifolia. A conifer native to the Pacific Northwest of North America.

There are many species of pine trees, distinguished by their types of cones.

Pine

There are many species of pine trees, distinguished by their types of cones.

There are many species of pine trees, distinguished by their types of cones.

Pine

There are many species of pine trees, distinguished by their types of cones.

A large pine commonly seen in south Europe; features a wide crown and cultivated for seeds.

Umbrella Pine

A large pine commonly seen in south Europe; features a wide crown and cultivated for seeds.

This evergreen is native of the United States, usually flourishes under wet and humid environments.

Sequoia Sempervirens

This evergreen is native of the United States, usually flourishes under wet and humid environments.

"Saxe-Gothea conspicua; 1. male spike; 2. anther; 3. scale of galbulus with ovule; 4. ripe galbulus." -Lindley, 1853

Prince Albert's Yew

"Saxe-Gothea conspicua; 1. male spike; 2. anther; 3. scale of galbulus with ovule; 4. ripe galbulus."…