Fun facts about evergreen trees
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Evergreen Tree Facts. Posted by Lauren M. / in Science Facts. Evergreen Tree Facts. Pine trees are evergreen trees, but you may be surprised other types of.
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Cedar, pine, spruce, fir, cypress and hemlock are all evergreen trees. The trees have a nice smell and short, prickly needles or clumps of long, thin needles.
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When scientists classify plants as members of different families, they list the plants that keep their leaves in all seasons in the "evergreen" family.
Description:George Adams, a state representative from Mason County made a case to the legislature in favor of the western hemlock, saying it would become "the backbone of this state's forest industry. Since Christmas trees first became popular in 16th century Germany and internationally in the 19th century, pines and other evergreens have been the top choice. East of the Cascades is a drier desert and farmland region with hotter summer temperatures. Small ground creatures such as squirrels and chipmunks can also find shelter and food among the evergreens.