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The Complete Forests, Trees and Forestry Home Page
... to plant as an ornamental in the northern U.S. states. Because of a uniform pyramidal shape when young, it is also a preferred Christmas tree. Douglas-fir is not a true ...
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Douglas fir - America's Favorite Christmas Tree
... to plant as an ornamental in the northern U.S. states. Because of a uniform pyramidal shape when young, it is also a preferred Christmas tree. Douglas-fir is not a true ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Self-guided conifer tour
... a grouping of Picea orientalis. Densely branched and pyramidal in shape, the oriental spruce can attain a height of over ... breast height. Nikko fir has dense branches and a pyramidal shape. This specimen has been pruned over time. Its needles ... Pseudolarix amabilis (synonym Pseudolarix kaempferi) This deciduous conifer is broadly pyramidal with wide spreading, horizontal branches that display whorls of ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Bonsai - Hinoki Cypress Puzzle
... the Larz Anderson collection normal hinokis that have developed their peculiar shape simply as a result of hundreds of years of pruning? ... typical behavior for unpruned Chabo-hiba. Pictured is a narrowly pyramidal evergreen, 5 to 6 meters tall (15 to 20 feet) ... , slow-growing cultivar with dark green foliage that develops a pyramidal shape over time. Often grown in containers and intensively pruned, it ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Custom-fitted Conifers—Trees for the Space-Conscious Gardener
... spruce) Picea orientalis 'Skylands' is a semidwarf selection of the Oriental spruce. Narrow and pyramidal in shape, it grows to about one-tenth the size of the true species, or somewhere ... University of Connecticut. The straight hybrid grows up to 80 feet tall in a roughly pyramidal shape. 'Varied Directions', as the name suggests, is a weeping, spreading selection, with main branches radiating ...
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Fir
... Fir Fir - Abies sp. General information: Firs have a pyramidal shape and horizontal branching with the lower branches drooping toward the ground. They may grow to ...
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Norfolk Island Pine
... single upright trunk, tiered branching habit, and a narrow pyramidal or columnar shape. Eventually reaching a height of about 80 feet, the ... 30 to 35 feet wide, which forms a loose, see-through, pyramidal shape with a straight trunk. The tree is so open in ... pine - a common houseplant, often sold decorated around Christmas! Has a pyramidal shape and short needles. It is grown outdoors in some areas ...
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Arbor Advisor - Summer 2005 - Collier Arbor Care
... scarlet is the distinguishing feature that most people remember. This graceful deciduous tree has a pyramidal shape, rounded crown and slightly drooping branches. It grows slowly to 15 to 30-feet tall ...
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... individual florets. Return to Contents List Return to Fascinating Delphiniums Menu SPIKE FORM The overall shape of a delphinium bloom varies considerably from one cultivar to another. This results from differences ... angle of about 45 degrees to the main stem have blooms with a conical or pyramidal shape, that taper gradually towards the tip from a broad base. The conical form is most ...
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Fruits and Nuts -- February Tips
... into attractive wreaths. Decorate them with cut-out hearts, dried flowers, or bird nests, or shape them into a heart over a wire frame for use as Valentine gifts. Blueberries are ... and pear trees are best trained with a modified central leader. Prune to maintain a pyramidal shape -- wide at the bottom and gradually tapering toward the top. Contact your Extension agent for ...
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