A branch of a Coccoloba laurifolia tree.

Branch of Coccoloba Laurifolia

A branch of a Coccoloba laurifolia tree.

A branch of the Coccothrinax jucunda, a species of palm tree.

Branch of Coccothrinax Jucunda

A branch of the Coccothrinax jucunda, a species of palm tree.

Also known as Crataegus crus-galli. The branch of a Cockspur Thorn shrub, native to eastern North America.

Branch of Cockspur Thorn

Also known as Crataegus crus-galli. The branch of a Cockspur Thorn shrub, native to eastern North America.

"Crown of Coconut Palm, with Fruit." — Chambers, 1881

Coconut Palm

"Crown of Coconut Palm, with Fruit." — Chambers, 1881

Cocos weddeliana is a variety of palmae or palmaceae. The blade is divided partially with many segments.

Cocos Weddeliana

Cocos weddeliana is a variety of palmae or palmaceae. The blade is divided partially with many segments.

Also known as Pinus edulis. The pine cone of a Colorado Pinyon tree.

Pine Cone of Colorado Pinyon

Also known as Pinus edulis. The pine cone of a Colorado Pinyon tree.

Also known as Pinus sylvestris fastigiata. This tree is nearly identical to a regular Scots Pine, only that it is in the shape of a column.

Columnar Scots Pine

Also known as Pinus sylvestris fastigiata. This tree is nearly identical to a regular Scots Pine, only…

"A genus of trees belonging to the natural order Oleaceae, and distinguished by very imperfect flowers, in which the calyx is obsolete, and the corolla either wanting or 3-4 partite; the fruit is a samara, a seed-vessel foliaceous at the extremity." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Common Ash

"A genus of trees belonging to the natural order Oleaceae, and distinguished by very imperfect flowers,…

"Common Ash. a, a branch with leaves; b, flowers; c, fruit (on a considerably larger scale than the leaves and flowers)." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Common Ash

"Common Ash. a, a branch with leaves; b, flowers; c, fruit (on a considerably larger scale than the…

Common date palm is the common name of phoenix dactylifera. The fruit of the tree is generally reddish or yellowish-brown when ripe. The tree grows between one hundred and one hundred twenty feet tall.

Common Date Palm

Common date palm is the common name of phoenix dactylifera. The fruit of the tree is generally reddish…

Also known as Celtis occidentalis. A branch of a Common Hackberry tree, native among the central United States.

Branch of Common Hackberry

Also known as Celtis occidentalis. A branch of a Common Hackberry tree, native among the central United…

Also known as Juniperus communis. It is generally found throughout the Northern Hemisphere.

Branch of Common Juniper

Also known as Juniperus communis. It is generally found throughout the Northern Hemisphere.

Also known as Asimina triloba. A branch of a Common Pawpaw tree, native throughout eastern North America.

Branch of Common Pawpaw

Also known as Asimina triloba. A branch of a Common Pawpaw tree, native throughout eastern North America.

"The Conversion of St. Eustace. By Albrecht Dürer. From the engraving on copper." -Heath, 1901

The Conversion of St. Eustace

"The Conversion of St. Eustace. By Albrecht Dürer. From the engraving on copper." -Heath, 1901

"A valuable medicinal substance, consisting chiefly of a resin (Resin of Copaiva) and a volatile oil (Oil of Copaiva). It flows from incisions made in the stems of trees of the genus Copaifera, trees with pinnate leaves, of the natural order Leguminosae, sub-order Caesalpinisae, natives of the topical parts of America." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Copaiva Tree

"A valuable medicinal substance, consisting chiefly of a resin (Resin of Copaiva) and a volatile oil…

Also known as Leitneria floridana. A shrub native to the southeastern United States.

Branch of Corkwood

Also known as Leitneria floridana. A shrub native to the southeastern United States.

Corsican pine is the common name of pinus laricio. The tree grows between one hundred and one hundred fifty feet tall. The tree is native to southern Europe.

Corsican Pine

Corsican pine is the common name of pinus laricio. The tree grows between one hundred and one hundred…

A late, slow fruiting, unproductive type of cotton plant, with high fruit limbs and long joints. Leaves removed.

Unfruitful cotton plant

A late, slow fruiting, unproductive type of cotton plant, with high fruit limbs and long joints. Leaves…

Also known as Pinus coulteri. The pine cone of a Coulter Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Coulter Pine

Also known as Pinus coulteri. The pine cone of a Coulter Pine tree.

A couple sitting under a tree in a wooded area.

Couple Under Tree

A couple sitting under a tree in a wooded area.

An illustration of a couple walking under a tree.

Couple Walking

An illustration of a couple walking under a tree.

"A name given to a number of species of tree of different natural orders, the bland milky juice of which is used instead of milk. They are all natives of tropical countries, and mostly belong to natural orders in which acidity is the general characteristic of the milky juice." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Cow Tree

"A name given to a number of species of tree of different natural orders, the bland milky juice of which…

"A name given to a number of species of tree of different natural orders, the bland milky juice of which is used instead of milk. They are all natives of tropical countries, and mostly belong to natural orders in which acidity is the general characteristic of the milky juice." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Cow Tree

"A name given to a number of species of tree of different natural orders, the bland milky juice of which…

A plant which consists of long, persistent calyx segments. They generally grow up to 20 feet in height, and are native to Europe.

Pyrus Malus Crataegina

A plant which consists of long, persistent calyx segments. They generally grow up to 20 feet in height,…

The branch of a Crataegus canbyi tree, native to North America.

Branch of Crataegus Canbyi

The branch of a Crataegus canbyi tree, native to North America.

Also known as Magnolia acuminata. The branch of a Cucumber tree, native to the northeastern United States and Southern Ontario Canada.

Branch of Cucumber Tree

Also known as Magnolia acuminata. The branch of a Cucumber tree, native to the northeastern United States…

Cudrania triloba is also know as malcura tricuspidata. Pictured is a branch of cudrania triloba in its adult condition.

Adult Branch and Fruit of Cudrania Triloba

Cudrania triloba is also know as malcura tricuspidata. Pictured is a branch of cudrania triloba in its…

Cudrania triloba is also known as malcura tricuspidata. The juvenile branch is in a non flowering state.

Branch of Curdrania Triloba in Juvenile State

Cudrania triloba is also known as malcura tricuspidata. The juvenile branch is in a non flowering state.

A type of palm tree that grows between 2 feet and 10 feet in length, and up to 60 feet in height. They are commonly found in Queensland and New South Wales, and are used in conservatories and greenhouses.

Ptychosperma Cunninghamiana

A type of palm tree that grows between 2 feet and 10 feet in length, and up to 60 feet in height. They…

A species of cypress endemic to coastal California.

Branch of Cupressus Goveniana

A species of cypress endemic to coastal California.

"The name commonly given in the West Indies and other tropical countries to the fruits of certain species of Anona, a genus of trees of the natural order Anonaceae. Some of the fruits of this genus are among the most delicious produced in tropical countries, as the Charimoyer, and even the common custard apple, which is regarded as a native of America, but is now very superior even to the West Indian." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Custard Apple

"The name commonly given in the West Indies and other tropical countries to the fruits of certain species…

Cycas Revoluta (with old and new crown).

Cycas Revoluta

Cycas Revoluta (with old and new crown).

Cypress tree.

Cypress

Cypress tree.

"A genus of palms, the most important species of which is the common Date Palm, the Palm Tree of Scripture, a native of the northern half of Aftica, the south-west of Asia, and some parts of India, and which has also been brought into cultivation in the south of Europe, and might certainly be intruduced with advantage into the south of the United States, and many warm parts of America and Australia." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Date Palm

"A genus of palms, the most important species of which is the common Date Palm, the Palm Tree of Scripture,…

A date palm.

Date Palm

A date palm.

"There are date trees on the edge of the city." —Carpenter, 1902

Date tree

"There are date trees on the edge of the city." —Carpenter, 1902

Also known as Washingtonia filifera. A palm tree native to the desert oases of the southwest United States.

Branch of Desert Fan Palm

Also known as Washingtonia filifera. A palm tree native to the desert oases of the southwest United…

Also known as Pseudotsuga menziesii. An evergreen conifer species found in western North America.

Pine Cone of Douglas Spruce

Also known as Pseudotsuga menziesii. An evergreen conifer species found in western North America.

"A tree of the natural order Liliaceae, remarkable for the size which it sometimes attains, rivalling even the baobab, and of which a celebrated specimen near Orotava, in the island of Tenerife, was found by Humboldt in 1799 to have a stem about 45 feet in circumference, and is described as having been of similar gigantic size in the beginning of the 15th century." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Dragon Tree

"A tree of the natural order Liliaceae, remarkable for the size which it sometimes attains, rivalling…

"This image gives a good idea of how these drawf trees are to be manipulated, a showing the first year's development from the maiden tree after being headed back, and b the form assumed a year or two later." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Dwarf-Tree Pruning

"This image gives a good idea of how these drawf trees are to be manipulated, a showing the first year's…

Also known as Quercus velutina. The branch of an Eastern Black Oak tree, native to eastern North America.

Branch of Eastern Black Oak

Also known as Quercus velutina. The branch of an Eastern Black Oak tree, native to eastern North America.

Also known as Juglans nigra. A species of flowering tree in the hickory tree, native to eastern North America.

Branch of Eastern Black Walnut Tree

Also known as Juglans nigra. A species of flowering tree in the hickory tree, native to eastern North…

Also known as Populus deltoides. The branch of an Eastern Cottonwood, native throughout the eastern, central, and southwestern United States.

Branch of Eastern Cottonwood

Also known as Populus deltoides. The branch of an Eastern Cottonwood, native throughout the eastern,…

Also known as Juniperus virginiana. Native throughout the United States.

Branch of Eastern Red Juniper

Also known as Juniperus virginiana. Native throughout the United States.

Also known as Pinus strobus. It is light green with silvery lines. The branches are generally around 3 inches to 5 inches in length. The cones are cylindrical, between 6 inches and 8 inches long, with smooth scales and a thick apex.

Eastern White Pine Branchlet

Also known as Pinus strobus. It is light green with silvery lines. The branches are generally around…

"A wood remarkable for its hardness, heaviness, and deep black color, is the heart-wood of different species of Diospyros, of the natural order Ebenaceae, the same genus which produces the Date Plum, Kaki, and other fruits." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Ebony

"A wood remarkable for its hardness, heaviness, and deep black color, is the heart-wood of different…

Scenery of the Egyptian desert with pyramids in the background.

Egyptian Desert

Scenery of the Egyptian desert with pyramids in the background.

An indian Rubber Fig, Ficus Elastica, shoot. The stipule, s, is shown to illustrate a new leaf growth on the plant.

Indian Rubber Fig Ficus Elastica Shoot

An indian Rubber Fig, Ficus Elastica, shoot. The stipule, s, is shown to illustrate a new leaf growth…

"Branch with Inflorescence of Elder (Sambucus Canadensis). (a), part of the inflorescence; (b), fruits." -Whitney, 1911

American Elderberry

"Branch with Inflorescence of Elder (Sambucus Canadensis). (a), part of the inflorescence; (b), fruits."…

"Path of current through person receiving a shock from the fame of a machine insulated from ground. (There is an accidental tree ground on the line and a accidental ground in the winding of the machine.)." —Croft 1920

Electric Shock

"Path of current through person receiving a shock from the fame of a machine insulated from ground.…

An illustration of an elm branch.

Elm Branch

An illustration of an elm branch.

Now known as Ulmus procera, the image shows a "Flowering Branch and Foliage of English Elm (Ulmus campestris), with flower and fruit on larger scale." -Whitney, 1911

English Elm

Now known as Ulmus procera, the image shows a "Flowering Branch and Foliage of English Elm (Ulmus campestris),…

Also known as Quercus emoryi. The branch of an Emory Oak tree, native to the southwestern United States.

Branch of Emory Oak

Also known as Quercus emoryi. The branch of an Emory Oak tree, native to the southwestern United States.

"Training en quenouille." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

En Quenouille

"Training en quenouille." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Also known as Picea engelmannii. A species of spruce tree native to western North America.

Engelmann Spruce Pine Cone

Also known as Picea engelmannii. A species of spruce tree native to western North America.

Eucalyptus is a diverse genus of trees (and a few shrubs), the members of which dominate the tree flora of Australia. There are more than seven hundred species of Eucalyptus, mostly native to Australia, with a very small number found in adjacent parts of New Guinea and Indonesia and one as far north as the Philippines islands. Species of Eucalyptus are cultivated throughout the tropics and subtropics including the Americas, England, Africa, the Mediterranean Basin, the Middle East, China and the Indian Subcontinent.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is a diverse genus of trees (and a few shrubs), the members of which dominate the tree flora…

Palm belonging to the trachycarpus genus, commonly seen throughout Asia.

Trachyycarpus Excelsa

Palm belonging to the trachycarpus genus, commonly seen throughout Asia.

The branch of a Fagus americana, a species of beech tree.

Branch of Fagus Americana

The branch of a Fagus americana, a species of beech tree.

The common name of fagus sylvatica is common beech. The male flowers have drooping heads. The female flowers grow two to four together.

Branchlet of Fagus Sylvatica with Male and Female Flowers

The common name of fagus sylvatica is common beech. The male flowers have drooping heads. The female…

An illustration of a fairy and a young girl sitting in a tree and is uprooted and flying in the air.

Fairy & Child in Flying Tree

An illustration of a fairy and a young girl sitting in a tree and is uprooted and flying in the air.