Trees of the Pacific Northwest wall art print, displayed in white frame with natural home decor
Trees of the Pacific Northwest wall art print, displayed in white frame with natural home decor Pacific Northwest trees watercolor art print is held in the artist's hands against a forest background Trees of the Pacific Northwest watercolor wall art print with nine native tree illustrations and their common and latin names Image of the artist's hands painting a tree in watercolor on a messy desk side view of the artist painting leaves on a northwest watercolor tree with art supplies in the background

Get to know the native trees of your region with this beautiful and educational art print. The watercolor illustrations of nine Pacific Northwest native trees are paired with their hand lettered common and scientific names. This work of art makes a unique gift for an outdoors enthusiast, and is sure to bring a welcome reminder of our Pacific Northwest forest landscapes into the comfort of your home. (Frame not included.)


  • 11 x 14 inches. Art print only, frame not included.
  • Museum quality art print created with fade resistant 19pt Savoy Cotton archival paper and ink.
  • Ships flat, sealed in a commercially compostable sleeve within a sturdy cardboard mailer.
  • Due to monitor variations, colors may differ slightly from those on your screen.

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About Yardia: 

Yardia is a gift and stationery company owned and operated by me, Brigida Swanson. I create nature-inspired watercolor home decor, gifts and stationery that help gardeners and hikers to express their intersectional identities and love the place they live. Learn more on our About page.

About the Artist

I'm Brigida, a CHamoru and multiracial artist based in Seattle, Washington. Nature's like family to me. Creating art about nature is how I feel most connected to the ancestral values of my CHamoru heritage, and to the Pacific Northwest culture in which I was raised. It's why I create products that express a kinship with nature, so that we can all experience a sense of belonging and wonder.