The brexia madagascariensis tree grows to be twenty feet tall. The flowers are green. This tree is found in Madagascar.

Flowering Branch of Brexia Madagascariensis

The brexia madagascariensis tree grows to be twenty feet tall. The flowers are green. This tree is found…

Also known as Thrinax microcarpa. A small palm native to Florida and the Caribbean.

Branch of Brittle Thatch Palm

Also known as Thrinax microcarpa. A small palm native to Florida and the Caribbean.

A running brook.

Brook

A running brook.

The Brook, a painting by Thomas Gainsborough.

The Brook

The Brook, a painting by Thomas Gainsborough.

"Alder Buckthorn. Buckthorn, the name of an extensive genus of trees and shrubs, order Rhamnaceae." -Vaughan, 1906

Alder Buckthorn

"Alder Buckthorn. Buckthorn, the name of an extensive genus of trees and shrubs, order Rhamnaceae."…

The bud inserted.

The bud, inserted

The bud inserted.

A bud ready for insertion, and the T-shaped cut ready to receive it.

Bud, ready for insertion

A bud ready for insertion, and the T-shaped cut ready to receive it.

The budding completed

The budding, complete

The budding completed

Also known as Pinus ponderosa. The pine cone of a Bull Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Bull Pine

Also known as Pinus ponderosa. The pine cone of a Bull Pine tree.

Also known as Quercus macrocarpa. The branch of the Bur Oak tree, native to North America.

Branch of Bur Oak

Also known as Quercus macrocarpa. The branch of the Bur Oak tree, native to North America.

Also known as Sabal palmetto. The branch of a palmetto palm tree.

Branch of Cabbage Palmetto

Also known as Sabal palmetto. The branch of a palmetto palm tree.

"Cocoa. a.-- branch with leaves; b.-- fruit (partly in section). Cacao (or Cocoa), the chocolate tree and also the powder and beverage made with it obtained from the fruit of this tree." -Vaughan, 1906

Cacao Fruit and Leaves

"Cocoa. a.-- branch with leaves; b.-- fruit (partly in section). Cacao (or Cocoa), the chocolate tree…

The typical representation of cactus on a topographical map.

Cactus

The typical representation of cactus on a topographical map.

An illustration of a Calabash tree and ways to utilize the shell of the fruit it produces. Crescentia (Calabash tree, huingo, krabasi, or kalebas) is a genus of six species of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae, native to southern Florida, the Caribbean, southern Mexico, Central America and northern South America. The species are small trees growing to 10 m tall, and producing large spherical fruits up to half a meter in diameter.

Calabash Tree

An illustration of a Calabash tree and ways to utilize the shell of the fruit it produces. Crescentia…

Also known as Quercus kelloggii. The branch of a California Black Oak, native to western North America.

Branch of California Black Oak

Also known as Quercus kelloggii. The branch of a California Black Oak, native to western North America.

Also known as Juglans californica. A species of walnut shrub endemic to California.

Branch of California Black Walnut

Also known as Juglans californica. A species of walnut shrub endemic to California.

Also known as Juniperus californica. A species of juniper native mainly to California.

Branch of California Juniper

Also known as Juniperus californica. A species of juniper native mainly to California.

Also known as Torreya californica.

Branch of California Torreya

Also known as Torreya californica.

Also known as Myrica californica. A small tree native to the Pacific Coast of North America.

Branch of California Wax Myrtle

Also known as Myrica californica. A small tree native to the Pacific Coast of North America.

The flowers of the calodendron capensis tree are flesh colored. The tree grows forty feet tall. This tree is found in South Africa.

Calondendron Capensis

The flowers of the calodendron capensis tree are flesh colored. The tree grows forty feet tall. This…

"S. Sominic's Orange Tree, with Campanile of S. Alessio." — Young, 1901

Campanile

"S. Sominic's Orange Tree, with Campanile of S. Alessio." — Young, 1901

"An evergreen of the laurel family, having glossy leaves and bearing clusters of yellowish flowers, which are succeeded by branches of fruit resembling black currants." -Lupton

Camphor Tree

"An evergreen of the laurel family, having glossy leaves and bearing clusters of yellowish flowers,…

Also known as Tsuga canadensis. A coniferous tree native to eastern North America.

Branch of Canadian Hemlock

Also known as Tsuga canadensis. A coniferous tree native to eastern North America.

Also known as Quercus chrysolepis. The branch of a Canyon Live Oak tree, native to the southwestern North America.

Branch of Canyon Live Oak

Also known as Quercus chrysolepis. The branch of a Canyon Live Oak tree, native to the southwestern…

A branch from the Capparis jamaicensis tree, native to Florida during the spring season.

Branch of Capparis Jamaicensis

A branch from the Capparis jamaicensis tree, native to Florida during the spring season.

Also known as Pinus caribaea. The pine cone of a Caribbean Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Caribbean Pine

Also known as Pinus caribaea. The pine cone of a Caribbean Pine tree.

Also known as Tsuga caroliniana. An evergreen coniferous tree native to the Appalachian Mountains.

Pine Cone of Carolina Hemlock

Also known as Tsuga caroliniana. An evergreen coniferous tree native to the Appalachian Mountains.

Carolina poplar not pruned since setting out.

Carolina poplar not pruned since setting out

Carolina poplar not pruned since setting out.

Carolina poplar severely headed back

Carolina poplar severely headed back

Carolina poplar severely headed back

Two boys carving their initials into a tree.

Boys Carving a Tree

Two boys carving their initials into a tree.

Caryota sobolfera is a variety of palmae, or palm tree. This form occurs frequently.

Caryota Sobolifera

Caryota sobolfera is a variety of palmae, or palm tree. This form occurs frequently.

"Cashew Nut. Cashew, a tree common in the West Indies. Its fruit is called the cashew nut. The nut is small, kidney-shaped, ash-gray, and contains an acrid juice." -Vaughan, 1906

Cashew Branch

"Cashew Nut. Cashew, a tree common in the West Indies. Its fruit is called the cashew nut. The nut is…

An illustration of various parts of the cashew tree. "1, Branch, bearing flowers and fruit. The fruit stales are enlarged in pear like for bearing the nut (the true fruit) at their apex; 2, Flower expanded; Stamen and pistil, with the calyx; 4, Stamen separated; 5, Nut constituting the fruit; 6, Nut opened longitudinally; 7, Seed seprated from the nut; 8, Cotyledons opened to show the radicle a, and the plumule." (Britannica, 1910)

Cashew Tree

An illustration of various parts of the cashew tree. "1, Branch, bearing flowers and fruit. The fruit…

The branch of a Castanopsis chrysophylla, a species of beech tree.

Branch of Castanopsis Chrysophylla

The branch of a Castanopsis chrysophylla, a species of beech tree.

Cat chasing a bird in a tree.

Cat and Bird

Cat chasing a bird in a tree.

Cat chasing a bird in a tree.

Cat and Bird

Cat chasing a bird in a tree.

The branch of a Celtis mississippiensis tree, native to the limestone hills in the United States.

Branch of Celtis Mississippiensis

The branch of a Celtis mississippiensis tree, native to the limestone hills in the United States.

The common name of chamaecyparis pisifer is sawara cypress. The tree grows up to one hundred feet tall. The branches are horizontal. The branchlets are flattened and arranged alternately in vertical rows.

Chamaecyparis Pisifera

The common name of chamaecyparis pisifer is sawara cypress. The tree grows up to one hundred feet tall.…

Chamaedorea sartorii is a variety of palm tree.

Chamaedorea Sartorii

Chamaedorea sartorii is a variety of palm tree.

Also known as Quercus chapmanii. The branch of a Chapman Oak tree, native to the southeastern United States.

Branch of Chapman Oak

Also known as Quercus chapmanii. The branch of a Chapman Oak tree, native to the southeastern United…

A palmetto tree in Charleston, South Carolina.

A Palmetto Tree in Charleston, S.C.

A palmetto tree in Charleston, South Carolina.

The Charter Oak. This venerable relic is still virgorous, and is a "gnarled oak" indeed. It stands upon the northern slope of the Wyllys Hill, a beautiful elevation on the south side of charter Street, a few rods east of Main Street. This engraving is from a sketch which I made of the tree from Charter Street, on the 3d of October, 1848. I omitted the picket fence in front, in order to show the appearance of the whole trunk.

Charter Oak

The Charter Oak. This venerable relic is still virgorous, and is a "gnarled oak" indeed. It stands upon…

The Charter Oak, where the Connecticut Charter was temporarily hidden.

Charter Oak

The Charter Oak, where the Connecticut Charter was temporarily hidden.

The Charter Oak at Hartford, Connecticut

The Famous charter Oak at Hartford, Connecticut

The Charter Oak at Hartford, Connecticut

Also known as Juniperus pachyphlaea. Native to southwestern Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Mexico.

Branch of Checker Barked Juniper

Also known as Juniperus pachyphlaea. Native to southwestern Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Mexico.

The cherry is a fruit tree of the Rosaceae family.

Cherry

The cherry is a fruit tree of the Rosaceae family.

Also known as Quercus pagoda. The branch of a Cherrybark Oak tree, native to the southern United States.

Branch of Cherrybark Oak

Also known as Quercus pagoda. The branch of a Cherrybark Oak tree, native to the southern United States.

Also known as Quercus prinus. The branch of a Chestnut Oak tree, native to the eastern United States.

Branch of Chestnut Oak

Also known as Quercus prinus. The branch of a Chestnut Oak tree, native to the eastern United States.

The pine cone of the Chihuahua Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Chihuahua Pine

The pine cone of the Chihuahua Pine tree.

Also known as Pinus strobiformis. A pine cone of the Chihuahua White Pine tree.

Pine Cone of a Chihuahua White Pine

Also known as Pinus strobiformis. A pine cone of the Chihuahua White Pine tree.

An illustration of a boy leaning against a tree.

Child Leaning Against Tree

An illustration of a boy leaning against a tree.

Children playing in old village with parents.

Children playing

Children playing in old village with parents.

Children swinging on a birch-tree.

Children swinging

Children swinging on a birch-tree.

To cut or sever by one or more blows.

Chop

To cut or sever by one or more blows.

The cinnamon tree is a evergreen tree small in stature. The bark from the tree is used as a the spice, cinnamon.

Cinnamon Tree

The cinnamon tree is a evergreen tree small in stature. The bark from the tree is used as a the spice,…

"A tree cultivated in the south of Europe, and other warm, temperate, or sub-tropical countries for its fruit; a native of the forests of the north of India. By many botanists, it is regarded as a more variety (or perhaps the original type) of the species which produces also the lemon, sweet lemon, lime, and sweet lime; by others, these, or some of them, are regarded as distinct species." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Citron

"A tree cultivated in the south of Europe, and other warm, temperate, or sub-tropical countries for…

"Cloves are the flower-buds of the Clove-tree. The genus to which this tree belongs is of the natural order Myrtaceae; the calyx has a cylindrical tube and 4-cleft border; the corolla consists of four petals united by their tips; the stamens are in four clusters; and the fruit is an oblong dry berry with one or two cells and as many seeds." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Cloves

"Cloves are the flower-buds of the Clove-tree. The genus to which this tree belongs is of the natural…

Also known as Quercus agrifolia. The branch of a Coast Live Oak, native to the California Floristic Province.

Branch of Coast Live Oak

Also known as Quercus agrifolia. The branch of a Coast Live Oak, native to the California Floristic…

Also known as Quercus dumosa. The branch of a Coastal Sage Scrub Oak tree, native to Mexico and California.

Branch of Coastal Sage Scrub Oak

Also known as Quercus dumosa. The branch of a Coastal Sage Scrub Oak tree, native to Mexico and California.

"The different kinds of cocoa either consist of, or are prepared from, the seeds of trees of the genus Theobroma." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Cocao

"The different kinds of cocoa either consist of, or are prepared from, the seeds of trees of the genus…