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Arizona Cyprus Colorado Blue Spruce Concolor Fir Eastern Red Cedar Fraser Fir Leyland Cyprus Norway Spruce Virginia Pine
Balsam Fir Canaan Fir Douglas Fir Eastern White Pine Grand Fir Noble Fir Scotch Pine White Spruce
Arizona Cyprus Colorado Blue Spruce Concolor Fir Eastern Redcedar
Fraser FirLeyland Cyprus Norway Spruce Virginia Pine
Balsam FirCanaan FirDouglas Fir Eastern White Pine
Grand FirNoble FirScotch Pine White Spruce
25-30 millions live Christmas trees are sold each year 350 million Christmas trees are currently being grown Trees are a renewable resource All 50 states in America have Christmas tree farms
Contain non – biodegradeable and toxic materials Not recycleable No Cjristmas Tree Scent
Know what size and height of tree will fit in house Research species to see tree’s inside life Choose tree that is freshest and has springy, not dry needles Have fun!
1 Let’s Learn About… Conifer Trees!. 2 What Is a Conifer Tree? Has cones Has needles –Needles stay green year round until they die Has soft wood Has seeds.
An inventory of trees on our property.. Deciduous Forest Deciduous trees have leaves and they lose their leaves in the winter.
Conifers By: Wyatt Olivarez. Japanese Black Pine / Pines thunbergii.
A Chief threw his tomahawk into a sugar maple tree trunk The sap started to run down the bark from the cut Thinking the clear sap was water, the Chief’s.
A Guide to Conifer Identification Picking out your favorite tree.
Horticulture Plant ID. Abies grandis Grand Fir Family –Pinaceae –Evergreen Tree Water –Moderate to regular Sun –Full sun or light shade Notes –Cones grow.
Necessary materials: PowerPoint Guide Teacher Information!
Specimen 1. Specimen 2 Vine form shown above Minty taste from twig Specimen 3 ‘Not seen in 2015 class’
The Taiga biome stretches across a large portion of Canada, Europe and Asia. It is the largest biome in the world. Winters are cold and summers are warm.
TAIGA By Keenan Parker. Taiga Geography & Climate Location- from Eurasia to North America Description- Taiga is the Russia word for forest and is the.
Dendrology ‘Dendro-’ from the Greek word meaning tree
Christmas Trivia Quiz. 1. According to the song, what does Frosty have for a nose? A. A corncob pipe B. A carrot C. A button D. An ice cream sandwich.
Taiga Biomes By: Tucker McGlaughn.
By: Timmy w.. Intro The trees in the Taiga are mainly spruce, pine, and fir. The plants adapt to harsh weather in this environment, like icy and snowy.
The Taiga Biome By: Brandon Bell.
Coniferous Trees Also known as “Evergreens” (Because they stay green all year!) By Me Too.
Tree Project Melissa Goggins Pictures from
Leaf & Tree Identification. Deciduous Leaf Identification SimpleCompound.
Sara Jones, Mariam Soliman and Emily Kocsis
Forestry 280: Hand lens cross- sections,Woods 1-27 Images are courtesy of the USDA Forest Service, Center for Wood Anatomy Research.
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