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NW Native Conifers poster all 32 trees
  • NW Native Conifers poster all 32 trees

    The Pacific Northwest is home to some of the most beautiful and iconic trees in North America. Take some time to explore and connect with this glorious coastal temperate rainforest landscape.   

     

    Need help recognizing the trees of the Pacific Northwest? Look no further than this comprehensive poster field guide! We have everything you need to know in order to identify them with ease.

     

    Learn to identify many of the coniferous and broadleaf trees found in SE Alaska, BC, Washington, Oregon and northern California. 

     

    Size: 36" x 24" poster field guide illustrated in color pencil by Michael Lee, landscape architect. 

     

    Printed on FSC green paper in Seattle.


    The Northwest Native Conifers poster illustrated in color pencil by award winning artist Michael Lee features thirty-two species of cone-bearing trees native to the Pacific Northwest bioregion.

     

    The center of the poster shows the tree shape and their relative height at maturity.

     

    The border of our poster has each species shown individually illustrating the needle shape and type of cone for identification. Number cross indexing allows you to locate the selected species on the poster.

     

    The Northwest is home to an amazing variety of native conifer species, some of which you may have never heard of. From Western White Pine and Sugar Pine to Alpine Larch and Western Larch, this field guide poster provides detailed information on more than thirty different types of conifers living in the region. Learn about what makes them unique and discover their fascinating characteristics!

     

    Identifying common conifer species in the Northwest can be a challenging task, but this field guide poster makes it easy. With information about leaf type, seed type and more, you can easily identify many prevalent varieties like Western White Pine, Douglas-fir, Ponderosa Pine and Lodgepole Pine. With illustrations of each species from cones and needles, you'll be able to identify them quickly and accurately in the wild.

     

    Northwest Native Conifers Poster Artist- Michael Lee

     

    Common Juniper Juniperus communis

     

    Rocky Mountain Juniper Juniperus scopulorum

     

    Western Juniper Juniperus occidentalis

     

    Modoc Cypress  Cupressus bakeri

     

    Port Orford Cedar aka Lawson's Cypress  Chamaecyparis lawsoniana

     

    Alaska Yellow Cedar aka Yellow cypress, Nootka False Cypress Callitropsis nootkatensis

     

    Western Red Cedar aka Pacific redcedar, giant arborvitae, western arborvitae, just cedar, giant cedar, or shinglewood Thuja plicata

     

    Incense Cedar aka California incense-cedar Calocedrus decurrens

     

    Sub-alpine Fir aka Rocky Mountain fir  Abies lasiocarpa

     

    Noble Fir aka Christmas Tree and Abies procera

     

    Red Fir Abies magnifica

     

    White Fir Abies concolor

     

    Pacific Silver Fir Abies amabilis

     

    Grand Fir aka giant fir, lowland white fir, great silver fir, western white fir, Vancouver fir, or Oregon fir  Abies grandis

     

    Douglas Fir  Douglas fir, Douglas-fir, Douglas tree, Oregon pine and Bigcone spruce Pseudotsuga menziesii

     

    Sitka Spruce  Picea sitchensis

     

    Weeping Spruce aka Brewer spruce Picea breweriana

     

    Engelmann Spruce  aka white spruce,  mountain spruce, and silver spruce,  Picea engelmannii

     

    Mountain Hemlock  Tsuga mertensiana

     

    Western Hemlock Tsuga heterophylla

     

    Pacific yew or Western yew, Taxus brevifolia

     

    Coast Redwood aka coast redwood, coastal redwood, and California redwood, Sequoia sempervirens

     

    Lodgepole Pine, aka  shore pine, Pinus contorta

     

    Knobcone Pine, Pinus attenuata, aka Pinus tuberculata

     

    Ponderosa Pine, Pinus ponderosa

     

    Jeffrey Pine, aka Jeffrey's pine, yellow pine, black pine, Pinus jeffreyi

     

    Sugar Pine, Pinus lambertiana

     

    Western White Pine,  aka silver pine Pinus monticola

     

    Limber Pine, Pinus flexilis

     

    Whitebark Pine, aka whitebark pine, white bark pine, white pine, pitch pine, scrub pine, and creeping pine, Pinus albicaulis

     

    Alpine Larch, Larix lyallii

     

    Western Larch, Larix occidentalis

     

    Note:  Mike Lee is a tree genius, I'm a tree poser. 

     

     

    • Northwest Conifers poster field guide species list

      Northwest Native Conifers Poster -Artist- Michael Lee -Size- 24" x 36"
      Common Juniper - Rocky Mountain Juniper -Western Juniper - Modoc Cypress - Port Orford Cedar - Alaska Yellow Cedar - Western Red Cedar - Incense Cedar - Sub-alpine Fir - Noble Fir - Red Fir - White Fir - Pacific Silver Fir - Grand Fir - Douglas Fir - Sitka Spruce - Weeping Spruce - Englemann Spruce - Mountain Hemlock - Western Hemlock - Pacific Yew - Coast Redwood - Lodgepole Pine - Knobcone Pine - Ponderosa Pine - Jeffrey Pine - Sugar Pine - Western White Pine - Limber Pine - White-bark Pine - Alpine Larch - Western Larch

    $35.00Price
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