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19th century Abies Aleppo pine arborvitae Austrian pine Bark Barron's Coniferous Trees bluish bottom branches extend horizontally branchlets brought to Europe Cedrus color cone scales cone-shaped conical conifers cultivars Cupressus sempervirens curved dense dles Douglas fir European larch Family fissured flat forest tree furrowed gray gray-brown gray-green greenish ground growth form habitat hairy hemlock Himalayan Italian cypress later brown leaf sheath light brown light green Macedonian pine Maritime pine mountains native habitat needles grow North America Norway spruce older trees parks and gardens peeling Picea orientalis Pine Form pine Pinus planted in parks red-brown reddish resin sap spots scale leaves Scientific Name Sequoiadendron giganteum Serbian spruce shape short stem silver fir Similar Species smooth spread spruce Picea stiff and sharp stone pine subspecies tall thick thin Thuja Tsuga twig umbo Umbrella pine underside upper side upward white lines whitish whorls wood young trees