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Tree species of the Pacific Northwest of America.

Tree species of the Pacific Northwest of America.
by Ariadne Unst

Buy Remarkable Trees of the World Remarkable Trees of the World by Thomas Pakenham. His treasury in words and photographs praises 60 trees that he visited and photographed around the world (in North America, remote regions of Mexico, Europe, Japan and other parts of Asia, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand) .
Buy 'Mac's Field Guide to Pacific Northwest Trees' Mac's Field Guide to Pacific Northwest Trees by Craig MacGowan .
Two-sided plastic-laminated card. Color drawings of leaf, fruit, bark, and silhouette; common and scientific names; information on size and elevation found.

Trees of North America.

By tree we mean a woody plant of 15 feet or more, with a single trunk of several inches in diameter, and a well developed crown.

Gymnosperms of America's Pacific Northwest.

Gymnosperms are trees that produce naked seeds, rather than flowers. Usually the seeds are in cones. The leaves are mainly needles-like or scale-like, and the trees are mainly evergreen.

Broadleaf Trees of North America.

Trees of the Pacific Northwest states.

Alaska Sitka Spruce
California California Redwood
Oregon Douglas Fir
Washington Western Hemlock

Links.

Books.

Buy Trees of Western USA National Audubon Society Field Guide to Trees: Western Region by Elbert L. Little. (Great photos of leaf, flower, and fruit, plus informative text guide you through over 300 native tree species west of the Rocky Mountains.)
Buy Remarkable Trees of the World Remarkable Trees of the World by Thomas Pakenham. His treasury in words and photographs praises 60 trees that he visited and photographed around the world (in North America, remote regions of Mexico, Europe, Japan and other parts of Asia, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand) .


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