Picea rubens

Spruces

About 35 species make up the genus Picea – the spruces. Like other members of the family Pinaceae, they are evergreen conifers, related to the hemlocks (Tsuga spp.), firs (Abies spp.) and Douglas firs (Pseudotsuga spp.); however, their closest relatives are the pines (Pinus spp.).

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Pinus longaeva

Pines

Clad in evergreen needles and decorated with handsome woody cones, pine trees (Pinus spp.) are among the most recognizable trees in the world. In addition to their aesthetic charm, pine trees provide a variety of resources to the ecosystems in which they grow.

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Sequoiadendrons

Sequoiadendrons

Giant sequoias (Sequoiadendron giganteum) are famous for being some of the largest organisms on the planet. Known colloquially as big trees, Sierra redwoods, Sequoiadendrons, or simply sequoias, these trees have been one of the most important species in Northern California for millions of years.

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Taiwania cryptomerioides

Taiwania Trees

Taiwania trees (Taiwania cryptomerioides) are large evergreens, native to East Asia. Relatively poorly known among North American tree enthusiasts, these immense trees can make interesting specimen trees in yards and commercial areas, provided that you can find specimens for sale.

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