A white falcon, perched atop a branch.

White Falcon

A white falcon, perched atop a branch.

An illustration of a family surrounding a Christmas tree.

Family Around Christmas Tree

An illustration of a family surrounding a Christmas tree.

"Fan Training." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Fan Training

"Fan Training." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Pruning for a Fan-Shaped Tree." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Fan-Shaped Pruning

"Pruning for a Fan-Shaped Tree." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Pruning for a Fan-Shaped Tree, Third Year." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Fan-Shaped Pruning

"Pruning for a Fan-Shaped Tree, Third Year." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Pruning for a Fan-Shaped Tree, Fourth Year." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Fan-Shaped Pruning

"Pruning for a Fan-Shaped Tree, Fourth Year." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

An attractive farm home, with barn nearby.

Farmhouse

An attractive farm home, with barn nearby.

A farmhouse surrounded by trees.

Farmhouse

A farmhouse surrounded by trees.

A Brazilian farmhouse.

Brazilian farmhouse

A Brazilian farmhouse.

Scattered planting of trees pruned in artificial shapes in front of a farmhouse.

Side view of farmhouse

Scattered planting of trees pruned in artificial shapes in front of a farmhouse.

A barbed wire fence cutting in to a tree's trunk.

Fencepost, cutting into a tree

A barbed wire fence cutting in to a tree's trunk.

The branch of a Ficus populnea tree.

Branch of Ficus Populnea

The branch of a Ficus populnea tree.

Field with tree and large sky.

Field with tree

Field with tree and large sky.

The so-called Common Fig (F. carica) is a temperate species from the Middle East and eastern Europe (mostly Ukraine), which has been widely cultivated from ancient times for its fruit, also referred to as figs. The fruit of most other species are also edible though they are usually of only local economic importance or eaten as bushfood. However, they are extremely important food resources for wildlife.

Fig

The so-called Common Fig (F. carica) is a temperate species from the Middle East and eastern Europe…

A moraceous tree belonging to the Ficus of tropical regions, producing pear like fruit.

Fig Tree

A moraceous tree belonging to the Ficus of tropical regions, producing pear like fruit.

Also known as ficus. They are native throughout the tropics and are cultivated for the fruit, the fig. Figs are important food resources for wildlife.

Fig Tree

Also known as ficus. They are native throughout the tropics and are cultivated for the fruit, the fig.…

"A. grandis (Grand Fir) - Fig. 60.- tree, 200-300ft.: trunk becoming 4ft. in diam. lvs. thin and flexable, deeply grooved, very dark green above and silvery white beneath: cones cylindrical, 2-4 in. long, rounded or retuse at the apex, the broad scales somewhat squarrose and irregularly serrate and furnished with a short point." L.H. Bailey, 1917

Grand Fir Tree Cone

"A. grandis (Grand Fir) - Fig. 60.- tree, 200-300ft.: trunk becoming 4ft. in diam. lvs. thin and flexable,…

A free-flowering tree that grows beautiful red flowers. They are commonly found in Japan, and tend to bloom in May.

Pyrus Floribunda

A free-flowering tree that grows beautiful red flowers. They are commonly found in Japan, and tend to…

Also known as Ficus aurea. A branch of a Florida Strangler Fig tree, native to the state of Florida.

Branch of Florida Strangler Fig

Also known as Ficus aurea. A branch of a Florida Strangler Fig tree, native to the state of Florida.

Also known as Thrinax floridana. Native to Florida.

Branch of Florida Thatch Palm

Also known as Thrinax floridana. Native to Florida.

Also known as Taxus floridana. A rare species of yew found in northern Florida.

Branch of Florida Yew

Also known as Taxus floridana. A rare species of yew found in northern Florida.

The bombardment of Fort Wagner, infantry in trenches.

Bombardment of Fort Wagner

The bombardment of Fort Wagner, infantry in trenches.

"From the Villa Medici." — Young, 1901

Fountain and people

"From the Villa Medici." — Young, 1901

Also known as Pinus balfouriana. The pine cone of a Foxtail Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Foxtail Pine

Also known as Pinus balfouriana. The pine cone of a Foxtail Pine tree.

Also known as Abies fraseri. A species of fir native to the eastern United States mountains.

Pine Cone of Fraser Fir

Also known as Abies fraseri. A species of fir native to the eastern United States mountains.

Also known as Magnolia fraseri. The branch of a Fraser Magnolia tree, native to the southeastern United States.

Branch of Fraser Magnolia

Also known as Magnolia fraseri. The branch of a Fraser Magnolia tree, native to the southeastern United…

The common name of fraxinus ornus is manna ash. Manna ash flowers are greenish white. Young branches are purplish with yellow dots. The tree grows between twenty and thirty feet high.

Flowering Branch of Fraxinus Ornus (Manna Ash)

The common name of fraxinus ornus is manna ash. Manna ash flowers are greenish white. Young branches…

Also known as Populus fremontii. The branch of a Fremont Cottonwood tree, native to western North America.

Branch of Fremont Cottonwood

Also known as Populus fremontii. The branch of a Fremont Cottonwood tree, native to western North America.

In Norse mythology, Frigga's son, Baldur the sun god, has a dream that he will die. Frigga travels the whole world asking all living and non-living things to do no harm to Baldur.

Frigga Asking a Tree

In Norse mythology, Frigga's son, Baldur the sun god, has a dream that he will die. Frigga travels the…

The quince-tree, which is supposed to be a native of Western Asia, is now cultivated throughout Europe, and in many parts of the United States, for its handsome golden yellow fruit, which, though hard and austere when plucked from the tree, becomes excellent when boiled and eaten with sugar, or preserved in syrup, or made into marmalade.

Quince Fruit

The quince-tree, which is supposed to be a native of Western Asia, is now cultivated throughout Europe,…

Fig is a fruit producing tree. The cultivation of figs goes back to ancient times. It is native to the Mediterranean region, Syria, eastern Persia, and Afghanistan.

Fruiting Branch of Fig

Fig is a fruit producing tree. The cultivation of figs goes back to ancient times. It is native to the…

Mill, with a man standing and a man on horseback in the foreground.

Scene of the Battle of Gaines' Mill

Mill, with a man standing and a man on horseback in the foreground.

Also known as Quercus gambelii. The branch of a Gambel Oak tree, native to the central southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico.

Branch of Gambel Oak

Also known as Quercus gambelii. The branch of a Gambel Oak tree, native to the central southwestern…

The Gambooge tree (Garcinia gummi-gutta) is a plant in the Clusiaceae family. The species was also known as the synonyms Garcinia cambogia and Garcinia hanburyi.

Branch of Gambooge

The Gambooge tree (Garcinia gummi-gutta) is a plant in the Clusiaceae family. The species was also known…

Also known as Quercus garryana. The branch of a Garry Oak tree, native from southern California to southwestern British Columbia.

Branch of Garry Oak

Also known as Quercus garryana. The branch of a Garry Oak tree, native from southern California to southwestern…

Man firing rifle to rescue a young General Putnam from a tree.

Early Adventure of General Putnam

Man firing rifle to rescue a young General Putnam from a tree.

Also known as Quercus georgiana. A branch of a Georgia Oak tree, native to southeastern United States.

Branch of Georgia Oak

Also known as Quercus georgiana. A branch of a Georgia Oak tree, native to southeastern United States.

Depiction of the battle of Gettysburg.

Battle of Gettysburg

Depiction of the battle of Gettysburg.

Giant and boy in the tree.

Giant

Giant and boy in the tree.

Ginkgo also known as the Maidenhair Tree after Adiantum, is a unique species of tree with no close living relatives. The ginkgo is classified in its own division, the Ginkgophyta, comprising the single class Ginkgoopsida, order Ginkgoales, family Ginkgoaceae, genus Ginkgo and is the only extant species within this group. It is one of the best-known examples of a living fossil, because Ginkgoales other than G. biloba are not known from the fossil record after the Pliocene.

Ginkgo

Ginkgo also known as the Maidenhair Tree after Adiantum, is a unique species of tree with no close living…

An illustration of a young girl watching a bird in a small tree.

Girl Looking at Bird in Tree

An illustration of a young girl watching a bird in a small tree.

Girl with flowers leaning against a tree.

Girl with flowers

Girl with flowers leaning against a tree.

"The American goshawk &mdash the black-cap haw of Wilson &mdash <em>A. atricapillus</em> which has been erroneously regarded as identical with the common goshawk of Europe, gratly resembles that bird, however, but it is of a lighter color, and the bands are narrower and more numerous. It is sparsely distributed in northern and eastern North America." &mdash Goodrich, 1859

Goshawk

"The American goshawk &mdash the black-cap haw of Wilson &mdash A. atricapillus which has been…

Also known as Abies grandis. A fir native to the Pacific Northwest and Northern California.

Pine Cone of Grand Fir

Also known as Abies grandis. A fir native to the Pacific Northwest and Northern California.

A huge gravestone, broken and displaced by the growth of the roots of a birchtree.

Gravestone

A huge gravestone, broken and displaced by the growth of the roots of a birchtree.

Also known as Betula populifolia. The branch of a Gray Birch tree, native to northeast North America.

Branch of Gray Birch

Also known as Betula populifolia. The branch of a Gray Birch tree, native to northeast North America.

Greek people standing and talking under a tree.

Greeks

Greek people standing and talking under a tree.

Also known as Alnus tenuifolia. The branch of a Grey Alder tree, native across the cooler parts of the Northern Hemisphere.

Branch of Grey Alder

Also known as Alnus tenuifolia. The branch of a Grey Alder tree, native across the cooler parts of the…

A group of people interacting in front of a house. One man is hiding behind a tree and another is walking away from an altercation between a man and woman.

A Group of People

A group of people interacting in front of a house. One man is hiding behind a tree and another is walking…

A grove of black-locust trees. Contrast with the brush in the background on an adjoining farm.

Grove of black-locust trees

A grove of black-locust trees. Contrast with the brush in the background on an adjoining farm.

Guava (<i>Psidium guayava</i>) is a low-growing West Indian tree belonging to the family Myrtaceæ. It bears white flowers, followed by fragrant, yellow, fleshy fruits, extensively employed in the making of preserves and jellies. The guava also grows in the East Indies; and there is a Chinese variety, <i>P. cattleianum</i>, the strawberry guava.

Guava

Guava (Psidium guayava) is a low-growing West Indian tree belonging to the family Myrtace√¶. It bears…

The common name of halesia is silver bell or snowdrop tree. The fruit are covered with stiff, dense hairs.

Portion of Fruiting Branch of Halesia Hispida

The common name of halesia is silver bell or snowdrop tree. The fruit are covered with stiff, dense…

Dense stands of hardwood trees that grow on natural rises of only a few inches higher than surrounding marshland.

Tree Hammocks

Dense stands of hardwood trees that grow on natural rises of only a few inches higher than surrounding…

This whip handle is in the shape of a dog running at the top, and below a tree and two doves.

Whip Handle

This whip handle is in the shape of a dog running at the top, and below a tree and two doves.

Hedera helix arborescens aurea maculata is the tree form of the common ivy. There are golden and silver sub varieties.

Hedera Helix Arborescens Aurea Maculata

Hedera helix arborescens aurea maculata is the tree form of the common ivy. There are golden and silver…

Hedyscepe canterburyana is a tall stove palm. The tree grows to be thirty two fee tall. This tree is native to Lord Howe Island, Australia.

Hedyscepe Canterburyana

Hedyscepe canterburyana is a tall stove palm. The tree grows to be thirty two fee tall. This tree is…

The branch of a Hicoria texana, a species of pecan tree.

Branch of Hicoria Texana

The branch of a Hicoria texana, a species of pecan tree.

The branch of a Hicoria villosa tree, a species of hickory.

Branch of Hicoria Villosa

The branch of a Hicoria villosa tree, a species of hickory.

Also known as Yucca schottii. A branch from the Hoary Yucca, a species of plant from the agave family.

Branch of Hoary Yucca

Also known as Yucca schottii. A branch from the Hoary Yucca, a species of plant from the agave family.

Large homes fringed by palm trees on a Florida shoreline.

Coastal homes

Large homes fringed by palm trees on a Florida shoreline.