Heritage Trees of Scotland features some of the most attractive, oldest, rarest, widest and weirdest trees in the country.

The book was written by East Lothian woodland consultant and Heritage Trees project officer Donald Rodger, Jon Stokes of The Tree Council and James Ogilvie, of Forestry Commission Scotland.

Meanwhile, a new advice guide for Scottish woodland owners has been produced to help them choose the right species and seed sources for planting.

Forestry Commission Scotland Guidance Seed Sources for Planting Native Trees and Shrubs advises planters in any part of Scotland what species are native to the locality and helps them identify suitable seed sources for planting, where possible from the same region and similar elevation.