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Unformatted text preview: Red peely bark Pits on branch origin on trunk Grow very fast Picea Omorika- Serbia Spruce Needles grow individually from stem Light color under branch. Top is green, but on bottom it’s like a light blue Picea Orientalis- Oriental Spruce Tight growth Not Native Weeping branches Shorter needles Picea Pungens Glauca- Colorodo Blue Spruce Blue Leaves all around stem Smells ( pungens) Flakey Bark Orange red underneath Taxodium Distichium- Bald cypress Found around wetlands Bark is gray-brown to red-brown Taxus Baccata- English yew Lose arrow like cones in winter Leaves are wing-like Won’t do well in hot conditions Deer Love them Taxus Baccata ‘Repandans’- Spreading English Yew Lower spreading stance (one we saw was lower than my hip) Thuja Oriental-Oriental Arborvitae Needles/leaves are scaly Branches are arrance vertical on the inside Denser growth Yucca Fiementosa-Adam’s Needle Yucca Pointy Plant Ground Cover...
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- Spring '08
- Cupressaceae, Juniper, Least concern plants, Picea Omorika- Serbia Spruce Needles, Picea Pungens Glauca- Colorodo Blue, Picea Orientalis- Oriental Spruce