Incense Cedar Calocedrus decurrens
As this handsome tree matures, its now flaky bark becomes thick and deeply furrowed.
Fringe Tree Chionanthus virginicus
The delicate, curled bark was once used by Native Americans to treat skin conditions.
Curl-leaf Mountain Mahogany Cercocarpus ledifolius
In nature, deer eat the leaves and young branches, exposing this beautiful silvery bark.
Red Osier Dogwood Cornus sericea
The brilliant red twigs add striking color to Utah's winter landscape.
Columnar Scotch Pine Pinus sylvestris 'Fastigiata'
The light, multicolored bark of Scotch Pines provide a visual accent to its dark needles.
Blireana Plum Prunus x blireana
The swirled and twisted grain of burl wood is very dense and resistant to splitting, which make burls highly valued in woodworking, often turned into bowls, mallets and mauls.
Korean Mountain Ash Sorbus alnifolia
With age, the smooth bark becomes covered with distinguishing t-shaped markings .