The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees
June 19, 2013 By Canadian Garden Centre & Nursery
June 19, 2013 — The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees is an
affordable resource for anyone interested in the nearly 2,000 species of
trees found in the forests, landscapes and gardens of North America and
The second edition of this award-winning book by David More and John
White features over 5,000 meticulous, beautiful and informative
illustrations. More spent more than a decade creating precise paintings
of important details of trees, including leaves, needles, bark,
blossoms, fruits, nuts, and cones. These paintings are accompanied by
expert text from John White, a former research dendrologist at the
United Kingdom’s Forestry Commission.
There is truly something
for everyone in this book. Landscape professionals and gardeners will
appreciate the inclusion of native species and cultivars popular in
garden landscapes. Hikers and outdoors enthusiasts will be delighted to
discover illustrations of deciduous trees in both full leaf and their
barer winter appearance and naturalists will discover up-to-date
information on native ranges, dates of introduction into cultivation and
other key facts.
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees now sells at a new price of $49.95.
For more information, visit www.press.princeton.edu/titles/9970.html.
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