No. Just the wide face. I can usually pick out parts of the board to use for the edges and fake the end grain by manipulating the face grain a bit. I don’t find it worthwhile making end grain images to apply to boards. It usually don’t show much anyway.
I start with unfinished wood and if I want to make the wood look like it has been stained or otherwise colored, I make adjustments in an image editor. In some cases I might have the same wood grain images with different “finishes” applied. For example the pine textures in that Swedish bench are raw wood but I have versions that are more golden as if there’s a clear oil-based finish applied. I used that on this deacon’s bench.
FWIW, some of the textures I use are hand-drawn, too. The plywood texture on these chairs was drawn by hand. The texture is 48 x 96 inches so I can pick out different parts of it as desired. I do have some plywood edge materials, too.
In this case I’m not really trying for absolute realism but it sure beats the same 12 in. square pattern being repeated across a large surface.