As part of the Sylva exhibition currently on here at the Royal Botanic Garden, certain favourite tree books are on display, all chosen by garden staff, conservationists and others.
and Wildwood: A Journey Through Trees by Roger Deakin,
and we loved the jacket design for The Native Pinewoods Of Scotland.
Just for the fun of it, do you have a 'tree book' - in the loosest sense, and fiction or non-fiction - which you'd like to mention? I'll start with Betsy Lerner's The Forest for the Trees: An Editor's Advice to Writers which Madeline Miller recommended and from which I've quoted here; and one to look out for in due course: Tracy Chevalier's next novel will feature fruit trees (find out more here).