Woody Plant Folding Chart – Buds of the Northern Forest, WP-21
July 16th, 2016

A medium-sized, water resistant, folding chart for field use. Shows the buds and winter leaves of about 185 species of trees, shrubs, vines, and creepers.   This folding bud chart is included, along with WP-20, Leaves of the Northern Forest, in Woody Plants of the Northern Forest, a Quick Guide published by Comstock in April of 2018.   Woody Plants of the Northern Forest – A Photographic Guide, is also published as a Comstock Book by Cornell University Press and available now.  You can order the Quick Guide including both folding charts, WP-20 and WP-21 as a set for 11.95, from Cornell University Press below.  Woody Plants of the Northern Forest, A Photographic Guide can also be ordered from Cornell University Press here.

Jerry Jenkins, 2016. Size is 26″ x 39″ folded to 8.7″ x 4.5,” printed on two sides. SKU: WP-21

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Northern Forest Winter Folding Chart, final for print, 14 Apr 016 Northern Forest Winter FoldingChart, final for print, 14 Apr 016-2

Photos are high-resolution composites shot in the studio using focus stacking.

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Olivier Deshaies
November 30, 2016 at 9:05 pm


Do you ship your products to Canada ?

You have done some incredible work! Congratulations!

Olivier Deshaies

Jerry Jenkins
December 3, 2016 at 8:02 pm

Hello Oliver and pleased to make your online acquaintance. And very glad you think what we are doing is useful. The community of people working in, and behalf of, the Northern Forest is very special to us, and our goal is to support them with imagery and tools.

Our paper charts are in the last prepress edit now, and will be at the printers soon. We should have them available for shipping, and certainly to Canada, in mid-winter. In the meantime, we have just put up downloadable, high-resolution pdfs for about 27 of our other graphics. These you can download for free and use on the screen or print yourself. They are under Products/Graphics for Download.

All bests from White Creek,


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