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Some common trees in Southern California include the white fir, Jeffrey pine, knobcone pine, lodgepole pine and the bristlecone pine. Broadleaf trees include the western sycamore, bigleaf maple, California black walnut, ... More »

Identify common trees in California by looking at tree identification guides available online at the Urban Tree Key, California Forest Foundation, Arbor Day and Tree Leaf Key on About.com websites. Either peruse the diff... More »

There are three living species of redwood trees: two in northern California and one in China. While once native to North America, dawn redwoods are limited to a small valley in China, and coastal and sierra redwoods are ... More »

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