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Evergreen trees such as pine, fir and spruce retain their foliage throughout all seasons, while deciduous trees such as oak and maple lose their foliage completely during the winter. The live oak and rhododendron are eve... More »

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There are several different tree species used as Christmas trees, such as the fir, pine, spruce, cypress and cedar. For each of the main category of Christmas trees, there are also different types among those. Plus, ther... More »

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Bitternut hickory, black willow, white oak and American beech trees all grow in Virginia. A comprehensive guide to tree species in Virginia is available on the Virginia Department of Forestry website. More »

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Types of Georgia pine trees include the slash pine, the spruce pine, the loblolly pine and the Table Mountain pine. Some other types of Georgia pines are the pond pine, the longleaf pine and the shortleaf pine. The loblo... More »

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Trees used for lumber include oak, maple, birch, cherry, walnut, pine, redwood, hemlock, fir and spruce. These trees are classified as hardwood or softwood; hardwood typically consists of deciduous trees. More »

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There are several different tree species used as Christmas trees, such as the fir, pine, spruce, cypress and cedar. For each of the main category of Christmas trees, there are also different types among those. Plus, ther... More »

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Some types of fir trees include the balsam fir, Himalayan fir and the noble fir. All real fir trees are part of the Abies genus. More »

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