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Trees of the Eastern Hemisphere That Can Be Grown Here


3.33822
Ink and colored pencil on white illustration board
Digitized
Original
111.7 cm W x 40.2 cm H (Item)
1 sheet
Drawing
A large illustration depicting a cross-section of a hilly landscape with several types of trees. The trees are drawn in silhouette and a few houses are scattered in-between them. Each tree is also accompanied by a line of color across the top indicating the color of its leaves in Fall as well as an outline of its leaf below.

Header: 
  • TREES OF THE EASTERN HEMIPSHERE / THAT CAN BE GROWN HERE
Subheads:
  • THESE FOREIGN TREES LACK THE DISPLAY / OF BRILLIANT FALL COLORING, THAT CHARACTER- / IZES OUR NATIVE SPECIES -------
  • The color line about each of these trees indicates its / characteristic fall coloring -------
Types of trees depicted:

russian-olive -- [wych] Scots elm -- Norway spruce -- Scots pine -- Lombardy poplar -- [silver] white poplar -- European larch -- Japanese larch -- weeping willow -- European black alder -- camperdown elm -- European white birch -- English oak -- European linden (lime) -- Amur cherry -- Amur maple -- oriental crab -- oriental pear -- sycamore maple -- Serbian spruce -- Chinese juniper -- [Irish] common juniper -- horse-chestnut -- mountain-ash -- Nordmann's fir -- ginkgo -- [ailanthus] tree of heaven -- English ash 
Artwork
English
Copyright statement:

Copyright restrictions applying to use or reproduction of this image are available from the Sterling Morton Library, The Morton Arboretum. For more information, please visit our ABOUT section or complete and submit this form.