A Miami In Focus
Pictorial Magazine
for

MIAMI
&
MIAMI BEACH

featuring
Retail
 
The trees and shrubs of Central Park provide us with the familiar comfort grown from our childhood in rural America or our longing for nature as native city dwellers. We have come to treasure our favorite trees as a relief from the concrete that dominates our lives as we walk the streets of our great city.


White Spruce - Conservatory Water: E75



Yoshino Cherry At Cherry Hill: C72



Cedar & Pine Varieties At Cedar Hill: E76-79



Cedars, Pine, Spruce & Larch At Cedar Hill: E76-79



Black Tupelo At The Tupelo Meadow: C77



Cedar, Black Locust, Maple & Oak At The Harlem Meer (habitat): CE106-110



White & Red Crabapple At The Hamilton Lawn: E83







Japanese Red Pine (ctr) Black Tupelo (rt) Conservatory Water: E75



Kwanzan Cherry & Pine At Cedar Hill: E76-79



Linden, Hawthorn, Cherry, Maple, Pin Oak & Siberian Elm AT The Great Lawn: C80-86



Yoshino Cherry At Pilgrim Hill: E72



Northern Red Oak At The Great Lawn: C80-86



Saucer Magnolia At The Obelisk (Cleopatra's Needle): E81



American Elms At The Mall: C66-72



Pine Varieties At Cop Cot: C60



Yoshino Cherry At Cedar Hill: E76-79



Kwanzan Cherry At Cedar Hill: E76-79



Kwanzan Chery At The Great Lawn: C80-86



Yoshino Cherry At Cherry Hill: C72



Cedars & Pine Varieties At Cedar Hill: E76-79



Pine Varieties At Ross Pinetum: C82-86



Pine Varieties At Ross Pinetum: C82-86



Red Oak At The West Drive