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PINE FAMILY PINACEAE
Rocky Mountain Juniper
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1/3 inch long ameter areas aspen average BARK Smooth BARK Thin berry-like branches brown in color brownish BUDS Small canyon bottoms chokecherry CLIFFROSE clusters coarse COMMERCIAL IMPORTANCE cone scales cottonwood crown dense DESCRIPTION Douglas-fir Engelmann spruce evergreen tree feet high feet in height female ﬂowers ﬂat ﬂexible ﬂow FLOWERS fuel furrows gray green grow HABITAT AND DISTRIBUTION inches DBH inches in diameter inches in length leaf blade leaf margin leaf stalk leaﬂets LEAVES Needle-like limber pine lobes lumber Male cones maple mature mesquite moist petiole pinnate pinyon pine plant ponderosa pine reddish ridges Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir Rocky Mountain juniper rounded Salix samaras scaly seed cones seldom exceeds shrub shrubby singleleaf pinyon small tree species spines stream banks stream courses subalpine fir terminal wing timber tree in Utah trunks U.S. Forest Service usually Utah juniper Utah’s water birch white fir wildlife willows WOOD Light yellow young stems