The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees

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Timber Press, 2002 - Gardening - 800 pages
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This book is the result of 10 years of on-site, meticulous painting of individual living trees as well as their detailed parts. David More, a supremely gifted botanical artist, painted each of the more than 2000 individual color illustrations. The main section of the book is devoted to 377 double-page spreads, which describe and illustrate more than 1000 species and varieties of trees.

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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees

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More and White (research dendrologist, UK Forestry Commission; Forest and Woodland Trees in Britain) intend this book as an update of Gerd Krussman's German-language work on European and American ... Read full review

The illustrated encyclopedia of trees

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A number of useful references cover trees, including Sam Benvie's The Encyclopedia of North American Trees, The Hillier Gardener's Guide to Trees & Shrubs, and Michael A. Dirr's Dirr's Hardy Trees and ... Read full review

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