The white spruce contained pine cones growing at the top of the tree.The tree was approximately 13 ft tall. It showed no signs of being unhealthy. There was a strong aromatic door given off from the pine needles. The tree was not very common in the area observed.
Coniferous tree, 20-30ft tall, dark green needles, opposite branching, whorling needle patterns, smooth grey/brown bark with bubbles (containing tree sap) under the surface. Light brown cones, cones approximately 5 inches long 1-2 inches in diameter. Found on September 19th at approximately 4:30 pm in the green space between parking lot E and university drive on the University of Lethbridge campus.
A Spruce tree is found in northern temperatecsnd boreal regions. A spruce tree is a large tree, they can be up to 60 meters tall. They have "whorled" branches. The needles of the Spruce tree are spiny and green.
A columnar evergreen conifer that is about 10 feet tall. The branches extend out horizontally in a dense fashion. The bark of the true is scaly, light brown-grey color. The branches are a browny-yellow color.
40 feet tall. Spruce cones from previous seasons were on the ground. The short needles identify it as a spruce tree rather and pine. And the flaky cones resemble that of a blue spruce
Long narrow, light brown/gold colored pine cones with soft, papery sections. shorter dark green pine needles . Branches start close to the base of the tree. ~45 feet
The blue-green color and curving of the needles. Needles also four sided and have unpleasant scent when crushed.
about 5-10 meters tall.
About 2 meters wide.
has dark green/ light blue needle like leaves
20-30 m tall, around 35cm width trunk, single stem, pine-like leaves that are green-blue in color, the bark is brown and rough. The tree is in good health based on the fact that all of the branches look alive and well.
20-30 m tall, around 35cm width trunk, single stem, pine-like leaves that are green-blue in color, the bark is brown and rough.
A spruce is a tree of the genus Picea /paɪˈsiːə/, a genus of about 35 species of coniferous evergreen trees in the Family Pinaceae, found in the northern temperate and boreal (taiga) regions of the earth. Spruces are large trees, from 20–60 metres (66–200 ft) tall when mature, and can be distinguished by their whorled branches and conical form. The needles, or leaves, of spruce trees are attached singly to the branches in a spiral fashion, each...