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You are here Home Connect Blog. Fir the Love of Trees As they burst to life each spring, deciduous trees fill us with hope.

They provide a secure canopy through summer and bring splendor in the fall. Evergreens, on the other hand, are constant.

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Unlike their cousins, they retain their foliage through multiple seasons and in winter, when most other trees are dormant, evergreens serve as an important source of food and shelter for wildlife. At this time of year, evergreens are often the most noticeable trees as you enjoy outdoor adventures, so here are some tips for identifying prominent native species in various parts of the U. The northwest is known for its many stunning evergreens and looking for good down to uppingham woman Western red cedar is a ature tree in the region.

Although not truly part of the Cedar genus, these members of kentucky interracial dating Cypress family thrive in cool, moist climates like Olympic National Park. Yet mature trees typically grow to about feet and are very long lived, with some enduring for as long as a thousand years.

This familiar tree is a staple of many western forests and provides numerous ecological benefits including food and habitat for a variety of species and soil stabilization in fire-prone ladies looking nsa louann. In fact, Ponderosa pines are well adapted to frequent, low-intensity fires thanks to thick, protective bark and their tendency to self-prune lower branches.

Ponderosa pines are frequently used as timber and lumber. Unlike other evergreens, Ponderosa pine needles grow in clusters of between one and six from a single point on the branch.

The length and of needles in each cluster or fascicle is a key identifying factor. Known for its fragrant foliage, this regional native is often a favorite at Christmas time.

Fir trees are often confused with spruce trees. One easy way to tell them apart is by the needles.

If you can easily roll the needles between your fingers, it is probably a spruce. Another effective way to tell a fir tree is by the cones, which sit upright on the branches rather than hanging below them.

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Just like the Western red cedar, the Eastern variety is a bit of a misnomer. Unlike its western counterpart, however, the Eastern red cedar is actually a part of the Juniper family.

Junipers, including this one, have tiny, scale-like leaves that form fanned out needle foliage. Instead of the adult want real sex quimby cones we typically associate with evergreens, junipers produce seed pods that look more like colored berries. The berries are a favorite with many native birds and were often used in Native American cultures for both food and medicinal purposes.

SCA does so much tree planting you would be hard pressed to not see members and volunteers outside on a Saturday putting some new saplings into thailand brides free ground. To help us continue this work, please make a gift today. Through December 31, all gifts made to SCA will be tripled matched!