These pictures and their accompanying text are taken from a beautiful old book on tree identification written by R. ST. Barbe Baker, the self-styled founder of the wonderfully-named The Men of the Trees, an organisation I know nothing about, but wish I had belonged to. The book came out in the 1940s, so all of it is now copyright free. I post this material for those of you who are of a Crafty persuasion (you know who you are;) and anyone else who is interested and would find the information…
Tree Identification by Leaf Shape | Figure 2. The three main groups of oaks are organized by leaf shape.~ Oak tree leaves for identificati… | Homestead | Pinterest | Tree leaves, Tree identification and Oak leaves
Tree Identification by Leaf Shape | Figure 2. The three main ...
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