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  • Tree project

    1. 1. Our Tree project BY: Hanna & Daniela A room 210 production
    2. 2. Cottonwood Lifespan: Variable, up to 100 years. 60 to 100 feet tall, 60-100 foot canopy spread, trunk diameter up to 5 or 6 feet. male cottonwood trees produces pollen Female cottonwood trees Produce the cottony covered seed Cottonwoods are typically found growing along streams irrigation ditches and around lakes
    3. 3. Red Pine there genes are the pinus Red Pine is an evergreen tree characterized by tall, straight growth in a variety of habitats older trees have longer lengths of branchless. The leaves are needle-like dark green, in fascicles of two, 12- cm long, and brittle. 18 Each year a pine tree produces a new whorl
    4. 4. Shagbark Hickory Genus Carya Shagbark Hickory tree have ashy gray bark similar to birch trees tall and straight and can grow to about 100 feet tall branches can spread to 25 feet
    5. 5. Yellow Birch The wood of yellow birch is heavy, strong, close-grained, even-textured, and shows a wide color variation, from reddish brown to creamy white. The sap of yellow birch can be tapped for use as edible syrup. It takes about 1-4 years for the yellow birch to grow This tree is about 20 m tall with a trunk up to 80 cm in diameter. The Yellow Birch grows to about 60-75 feet or 100 feet tall
    6. 6. White Spruce growing to 15–30 m tall, Known as Interior Spruce in the central Interior where it interbreeds with Engelmann Spruce The White Spruce grows from seal level to mid-elevations The White Spruce is found through the interior of British Columbia Only pure species grows north of Dawson Creek

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