Foliage has a nice fragrance. Firs produce upright cones that look like candelabras. The resin of this tree was used as chewing gum and a waterproof adhesive. The seeds are eaten by grouse.
Red spruce is a perennial, shade-tolerant, late successional, coniferous tree which under optimal conditions grows to 18–40 metres (59–131 ft) tall with a trunk diameter of about 60 centimetres (...Read More
Fairly resistant to most pests, this conifer needs full sun, and tolerates dry and infertile soils. Pinus strobus, commonly known as the eastern white pine, is a large pine native to...Read More
Thuja occidentalis is an evergreen coniferous tree, in the cypress family (Cupressaceae), which is native to the Northeast United States and southeasern Canada, but...Read More