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U.S.A. state trees.

U.S.A. state trees.
by Ariadne Unst

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) .

Trees of our states.

What are the most commonly chosen trees?

Alabama Southern Longleaf Pine
Alaska Sitka Spruce
Arizona Palo Verde
Arkansas Pine
California California Redwood
Colorado Colorado Blue Spruce
Connecticut White Oak
Delaware American Holly
Florida Sabal Palm
Geogia Live Oak
Hawaii Kukui (Candlenut)
Idaho Western White Pine
Illinois White Oak
Indiana Tulip Tree
Iowa Oak
Kansas Cottonwood
Kentucky Tulip Poplar
Louisiana Bald Cypress
Maine White Pine
Maryland White Oak
Massachusetts American Elm
Michigan White Pine
Minnesota Norway Pine
Mississippi Magnolia
Missouri Flowering Dogwood
Montana Ponderosa Pine
Nebraska Cottonwood
Nevada Single-leaf Piñon and Bristlecone Pine
New Hampshire White Birch
New Jersey Red Oak
New Mexico Piñon Pine
New York Sugar Maple
North Carolina Pine
North Dakota American Elm
Ohio Ohio Buckeye
Oklahoma Redbud
Oregon Douglas Fir
Pennsylvania Hemlock
Rhode Island Red Maple
South Carolina Palmetto
South Dakota Black Hills Spruce
Tennessee Tulip Poplar
Texas Pecan
Utah Blue Spruce
Vermont Sugar Maple
Virginia American Dogwood
Washington Western Hemlock
West Virginia Sugar Maple
Wisconsin Sugar Maple
Wyoming Plains Cottonwood

Links.

Books.

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).