Instant digital download of 198 vintage black-and-white botanical images of trees and tree-like plants in high resolution (300dpi, sizes from 2300×4100 px to 2300×4200 px). Look at pictures to see sizes in pixels (click “Zoom”, divide size in pixels on 300 – you’ll get size of print in inches with high quality, ex. 2400/300=8”). Total size is 228 Mb.
Each file has a name of shown plant in English or Latin (ex. “Common Butterwort.jpg” or “phaca alpina (L).jpg”). Names of shown plants are listed below, at the end of description.
All images are in JPG format, separate files. Perfect for use in crafting, decoupage, collage, altered art, prints, etc. Images are in public domain in USA and may be used for any personal or commercial purposes. Information about source books is included.
NAMES of shown plants:
Aegilops or Valonia Oak, Aleppo Pine, Ambiguous or Grey Oak, American Elm, American White Oak, Angular-Branched or Carolina Poplar, Angular-Branched Poplar, Austrian Cerris Oak, Babylonian or Weeping Willow, Balsam-Bearing or Balm of Gilead Silver Fir, Balsam-Bearing Poplar, Berried or Common Yew, Birch or Common Hornbeam, Birch-Like or Common Hornbeam, Bitter or Turkey Oak, Black Birch, Black or Common Mulberry, Black Poplar, Black Walnut Tree, Black Walnut, Black-Fruited or Common Mulberry Tree, Black-Leaved or Red Spruce Fir, Broad-Leaved Ilex or Holm Oak, Broad-Leaved Willow Oak, Canadian or Hemlock Spruce Fir, Canadian or Hemlock Spruce, Caucasian Pterocarya, Cedar of Lebanon, Cembran or Siberian Pine, Comb-Like-Leaved Silver Fir, Common Fig Tree, Common Hop Hornbeam, Common or Evergreen Cypress, Common or Glutinous-Leaved Alder, Common or Royal Walnut, Common or Stalk-Fruited Oak, Common Tall or White Spruce Fir, Constantinopole Hazel, Cork Tree Oak, Cork Tree, Cork-Barked Field Elm, Corsican or Larch Pine, Crested or Curled-Leaved Wood Beech, Curled-Leaved Babylonian or Weeping Willow, Cut-Leaved American Elm, Cut-Leaved Glutinous Alder, Douglas’s Spruce Fir, Dyer’s or Quercitron Oak, Eastern Oleaster, Edible or Sweet Chestnut, Esculus or Italian Oak, European or Common Larch, Fastigiate Mountain or Scotch Elm, Fastigiate-Branched or Lombardy Poplar, Field or Common English Elm, Flat-Leaved Elm, Fragile-Twigged Willow, Frankincense Pine, Fulham Turkey Oak, Genevese Wood Pine, Glaucous-Leaved or Silver Cedar, Grammon or Spanish Oak, Greater or Dutch Cork-Barked Elm, Greek or Athenian Poplar, Green or Live Oak, Grey-Barked Walnut or Butter-Nut, Grey-Leaved Poplar, Heart-Shaped-Leaved Alder, Holly or Evergreen Oak, Large-Fruited Oak, Larger Elm, Larger Mountain Scotch or Wych Elm, Late of Pond Pine, Levant or Oriental Plane, Long-Leaved Ilex or Holm Oak, Lucombe Turkey Oak, Maiden-Hair-Leaved Salisburia or Ginkgo Tree, Maple-Leaved Oriental Plane Tree, Maple-Leaved Plane, Marsh or Pin Oak, Narrow-Leaved Rhamnus-Like Sea Buckthorn, Necklace-Bearing or Black Italian Poplar, Necklace-Bearing or Canadian or Black Italian Poplar, Noble Laurel Orsweet Bay Tree, Obtuse-Lobed-Leaved Oak, Oriental Plane, Paper-Bearing Broussonetia, Papery-Barked Birch, Pendulous or Weeping Mountain Elm, Pendulous White Birch, Pendulous-Branched Trembling-Leaved Poplar, Pendulous-Branched Wood Beech, Pendunculate-Fruited British Oak, Pennsylvanian Mulberry, Phellos or Willow-Leaved Oak, Phoenician Juniper, Pinaster or Cluster Pine, Poplar-Leaved Birch, Portugal Cypress or Cedar of Goa, Pubescent Chestnut Oak, Red Oak, Red or Champion Oak, Red-Coned American Larch, Red-Leaved or Champion Oak, Richard’s Planera or Zelkoua Tree, Rigid or American Pitch Pine, Rock Chestnut Oak, Royal or Common Walnut Tree, Sassafras Tree, Scarlet Oak, Sessile-Flowered British Oak, Smith’s or Himalayan Spruce Fir, Spreading Evergreen Cypress, Spreading-Branched Elm, Spreading-Flowered Elm, Stalked-Fruited British Oak, Stone or Kernel Pine, Strobus or Weymouth Pine, Swamp Chestnut Oak, Sweet Gum Liquidambar, Syringa-Leaved Catalpa, Tall Juniper, Tall or Common Spruce Fir, Taurian or Pallas’s Pine, Toothed-Leaved Cork Tree, Tooth-Leaved Turkey Oak or Fulham Oak, Tournefort’s Celtis or Nettle Tree, Trembling-Leaved Poplar or British Aspen, Turkey Oak, Twiggy Field or English Elm, Two-Flowered Nyssa or Tupelo Tree, Two-Rowed-Leaved Taxodium or Deciduous Cypress, Upright Berried or Irish Yew, Upright Eastern or Chinese Arbor Vitae, Upright or Cornish Elm, Upright-Growing Stalk-Fruited Oak, Virginian Hop Hornbeam, Virginian Juniper or Red Cedar, Wedge-Shaped-Leaved Oriental Plane, Western or American Arbor Vitae, Western or American Nettle Tree, Western or American Plane, White Carya or Shell-Bark Hickory-Nut, White Mulberry, White or Huntingdon Willow, White Spruce Fir, White-Fruited Mulberry, White-Leaved Poplar or Abele Tree, White-Leaved Willow, Whitish Heart-Shaped-Leaved or Ontario Poplar, Wood or Common Beech, Wood or Common Scotch Pine, Wood or Scotch Pine, Yellow or Yolk-Of-Egg Barked Willow.