Welcome to my Trees Bookstore.
I have collected a number of books over the last ten years working with trees, most of the books I use are listed here, however some are no-longer in print. I have found other and more up to date books that cover the same topic.
Some of these Books are available for download on Amazon Kindle!
The list of books is arranged by general topic;
- Books about trees in a specific Location or Country
- Books about certain types of trees
- Tree Identification Books
- Growing Trees, Cultivation and Care Books
- Search for Scientific Books, the Biology and Ecology of Trees
The Books listed here are linked to and are sold through Amazon.com's International Website, and use their secure checkout and payment system.
Remarkable Trees of the World (2003), by Thomas Pakenham
"A stunning volume" (Time) and the most magnificent book on the world's trees published in years.
The publication of Remarkable Trees of the World took American audiences by storm. Thomas Pakenham embarks on a five-year odyssey to most of the temperate and tropical regions of the world to photograph sixty trees of remarkable personality and presence: Dwarfs, Giants, Monuments, and Aliens; the lovingly tended midgets of Japan; the enormous strangler from India; and the 4,700-year "Old Methusalehs." American readers will be fascinated by Pakenham's first examination of North American trees, including the towering Redwoods of Sequoia and Yosemite, the gaunt Joshua Trees of Death Valley and the Bristlecone pines discovered in California's White Mountains.
Trees of North America: A Guide to Field Identification, Revised and Updated (2001), by C. Frank Brockman
North America's trees rank among nature's most awesome creations. This premier field guide features all characteristics-tree shape, bark, leaf, flower, fruit and twig-for quick identification, making it a superior choice for trail walks, creating displays, and scientific or commercial needs.
+All of North America in one volume, +Over 730 species in 76 families and 160 range maps, +Native species and important introduced foreign varieties, +Text, range maps, and illustrations seen together at a glance, +Common and scientific names, +Convenient measuring rules.
A Field Guide to Eastern Trees (1998), By George A. Petrides
Eastern United States and Canada, Including the Midwest (Peterson Field Guides) [Paperback]
Find what you're looking for with Peterson Field Guides; their field-tested visual identification system is designed to help you differentiate thousands of unique species accurately every time.
This field guide features detailed descriptions of 455 species of trees native to eastern North America, including the Midwest and the South. The 48 color plates, 11 black-and-white plates, and 26 text drawings show distinctive details needed for identification. Color photographs and 266 color range maps accompany the species descriptions.
Trees of Britain and Ireland (2011), by Edward Milner
Trees of Britain and Ireland is a celebration of the trees of these islands with portraits of all the major native species, their history and ecology, and our relationship with them. Published in association with The Tree Council, UK, Trees of Britain and Ireland contains all the essential facts about native trees, including where different trees grow naturally, the insects, fungi and animals that are associated with them, the traditional beliefs connected to them, how they are managed and what products are obtained from them. The book includes reference lists for each tree, and tables of information about the characteristics, associated species, diseases and altitude records. Edward Milner also brings together recent research on managing trees by scientists and historians to help build an up-to-date account of what we know and understand about Britain and Ireland’s native trees. All those interested and concerned about trees will treasure this beautiful book, which is illustrated in full color throughout.
Trees of India (2008), By Pippa Mukherjee
In Trees of India, we can see forty-three tree species, most of which are commonly in India. Detailed descriptions of each, complemented by color photographs of the tree and its leaves, fruits, and flowers, reveal the unique characteristics of a wide variety of trees. Trees of India includes decriptions and well-known trees like the banyan, the gulmohur, the neem, and the coconut, as well as of lesser-known trees like the baobab and the true kapok tree.
The Complete Practical Encyclopedia of Bonsai (2009), By Ken Norman
The essential step-by-step guide to creating, growing, and displaying bonsai with over 800 photographs.
This book defines and describes the ancient craft of bonsai. The techniques of this precise art form are clearly described, and provides a stunning and fully comprehensive reference that is ideal for the beginner as well as the more experienced bonsai artist.
Indoor Bonsai for Beginners: Selection - Care - Training (2005), By Werner Busch
Creating beautiful, healthy bonsai is a wonderful skill that anyone can learn, with a little time, patience, and this all-inclusive manual. With color photos and drawings to illustrate the points, it introduces all the cultivation techniques; offers expert advice on location, soil types, watering, and pest control; and provides intricate instruction on training the bonsai--including pruning, wiring and stretching it. An A-to-Z guide of all the popular species showcases varieties that range from a flowering Camellia Japonica, with its beautiful smooth stem, to an easy-to-care for Olive tree. Each entry gives some background on the plant, and includes suggestions for acquiring the bonsai and directions on how to position it in the room for best results.
Tree Identification Book: A New Method for the Practical Identification and Recognition of Trees (1973), By George W. Symonds
A new method for the practical identification and recognition of trees, and an important supplement to existing botanical methods.
The book is in two parts: Pictorial Keys and Master Pages. The Keys are designed for easy visual comparison of details which look alike, narrowing the identification of a tree to one of a small group; the family or genus. Then, in the Master Pages, the species of the tree is determined, with similar details placed together to highlight differences within the family group, thus eliminating all other possibilities. The details of the Oak trees on this plate are an example of the system. All of the more than 1500 photographs were made specifically for use in this book and were taken either in the field or of carefully collected specimens. Where possible, details such as leaves, fruit, etc., appear in actual size, or in the same scale.
Deerproofing Your Yard & Garden (2005), By Rhonda Massingham Hart
Dealing with deer is a challenge for many gardeners and homeowners, but in Deerproofing Your Yard & Garden, master gardener Rhonda Massingham Hart tells homeowners exactly what they need to know: which commercial repellents are most (and least) effective, how to make homemade deterrents, and how to create a landscape designed to repel deer. This book is your best defense against unwanted deer.
Deer-Resistant Landscaping: Proven Advice and Strategies for Outwitting Deer and 20 Other Pesky Mammals (2009), By Neil Soderstrom
Every year, before they decide to take defensive action, vulnerable homeowners throughout North America suffer expensive damage as deer and various other pesky mammals devour their gardens and landscape plants. Deer-Resistant Landscaping arms homeowners with the proven strategies they need to repel and combat deer and 21 other troubling pests, from armadillos, chipmunks, and gophers to rabbits, raccoons, skunks, and squirrels.
50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants: The Prettiest Annuals, Perennials, Bulbs, and Shrubs that Deer Don't Eat (2011), By Ruth Rogers Clausen
Keeping your beautiful garden safe from deer is as simple as choosing the right plants. In 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, gardening expert Ruth Rogers Clausen introduces the most versatile and drool-worthy options: white snowdrops that bloom in the spring; shade-loving, electric gold hakone grass; long-blooming Texas sage in vibrant reds, peaches, and pinks; and the feathery foliage of Arkansas blue stars that glows golden in the autumn.
Illustrated throughout with full-color photographs of every plant, this inspiring guide offers everything a plant-lover with a deer problem needs to know. In addition to the 50 best annuals, perennials, bulbs, ferns, grasses and shrubs, plus advice on how to grow them. Clausen includes dozens of deer-resistant companions and smart design tips for pulling it all together. And here's the best part: your gorgeous garden will be irresistible to everyone but those pesky deer.