Remarkable Trees of the WorldBook - 2002
Following the extraordinary success of MEETINGS WITH REMARKABLE TREES, Thomas Pakenham broadens his search for remarkable specimens around the world. From North and South America to Europe, from Asia and South Africa and Madagascar to Australia and New Zealand, he presents us with trees of personality and presence: Dwarfs, Giants, Monuments, and Aliens ¿ the lovingly tended midgets of Japan; the massive ¿General Sherman¿ of Sierra Nevada; the Mexican Tule Bald Cypress; the enormous strangler from India now romping about the University of Palermo in Sicily; and the 4,700 year old ¿Old Methusalehs¿, the bristlecone pines discovered in the White Mountains of California. From ancient yews and ginkos to colossal redwoods and fairytale baobabs, this book is the fruit of Thomas Pakenham¿s search for the most remarkable trees of the world.
Publisher: London : Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2002.
Characteristics: 192 p. :,chiefly col. ill. ;,30 cm.
Alternative Title: Trees