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What Environment Does the Douglas Fir Live In

Where Do Douglas Fir Trees Grow?

You may know them as your favorite type of Christmas tree; but have you ever wondered where Douglas fir trees come from? How old can they get, what types of habitat do they prefer, and where do Douglas fir trees grow, exactly? Keep reading! In this article, we’ll answer all of these questions. Where Do … Read more

How to Plant a Western Hemlock Sapling

How Does The Western Hemlock Reproduce?

Like all plants, western hemlock trees have to have a way of continuing their species. But, being an evergreen and a conifer, these magnificent trees have a slightly different method of doing so than many of the plants you’re more familiar with. So, how does the western hemlock reproduce? What is the growth rate of … Read more

What is a Sycamore Tree

How To Determine The Age Of A Sycamore Tree?

If you’ve ever seen a tall, majestic sycamore tree, you may have wondered just how long it had been standing there. Is there any way to know how old the tree is? In this article, we’ll talk about how to determine the age of a sycamore tree. What is a Sycamore Tree? Sycamore trees are … Read more

What is a Poplar Tree

Poplar Vs Pine Tree: Side By Side

There are many different kinds of trees in the world, and it can be challenging to keep them all straight. Some people may find it easy to confuse poplars and pines because of their similar-sounding names, but these two trees are actually quite different. Keep reading as we compare the poplar vs the pine, discussing … Read more

How Can You Tell If Your Oak Tree is Dying

How To Save A Dying Oak Tree?

Oak trees are some of the most common trees found growing in yards and parks, and for good reason. They are very strong, tolerant trees that can withstand a variety of conditions. But what if your oak tree begins to die? Is there anything you can do to revive it? Keep reading! In this article, … Read more

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