Watts, May TheilgaardType:
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.
- TREES OF THE EASTERN HEMIPSHERE / THAT CAN BE GROWN HERE
- 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 Extent: