Trees, The World Encyclopedia of: A reference and identification guide to 1300 of the world’s most significant trees

Catherine Cutler, Martin Walters, Tony Russell

Format: Hardback

Publisher: Anness Publishing

Published: 29th May '20

£20.00

A beautifully illustrated reference guide to trees across the globe, in a substantially updated new large-format edition.

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Description

This beautifully illustrated volume, substantially updated for this new large-format edition, is the ultimate reference guide to more than 1300 of the most spectacular, best-loved and unusual trees across the globe, from the huge redwoods of California to the banyan trees of south-east Asia. A comprehensive introduction looks at the origins of trees, how they have evolved over time, and the ways in which they have adapted to suit the variety of terrains in which they thrive. The three directories feature trees from Temperate and Tropical America; Britain and Europe; and Africa, Asia and Australasia. Each entry is accompanied by a hand-painted illustration, and includes identification details such as bark texture; leaf shape and size; flowering time; average height; and overall tree shape. It is an authoritative volume that will form a vital part of every family’s natural history library.

Additional information

Dimensions 216 × 282 mm
Page Count 512