Bark: An Intimate Look at the World's Trees

"In Bark, botanical photographer Cédric Pollet documents 220 indigenous trees around the world, from the peeling bark of an evergreen in San Luis Obispo to the rainbow bark of a eucalyptus in the Phillippines.

Rusty orange stems of Salix alba var vitellin 'Britzensis' with Pyrus pashia, Champion Tree behind.

Rusty orange stems of Salix alba var vitellin 'Britzensis' with Pyrus pashia, Champion Tree behind. Photo by Jacqui Hurst

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This site gives information about willow and its uses including design, construction and aftercare advice on living willow sculpture. We offer an on-line supply of live willow for all sculpture, landscaping and willow growing needs.

Rubus stems in winter

Rubus stems in winter Photo credit Jacqui Hurst Photography

A scramble of tan stems of Salix alba var vitellina 'Yelverton'

A scramble of tan stems of Salix alba var vitellina 'Yelverton' photo credit: Jacqui Hurst Photography

Why is this vivid green Cornus sericea called 'Budd's Yellow'?

Why is this vivid green Cornus sericea called 'Budd's Yellow'?

Rich red stem of Cornus sericea 'Baileye'

Rich red stem of Cornus sericea 'Baileye' Photo credit Jacqui Hurst Photography

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