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Cones from the spruce tree, Abies koreana. Great tree for zone 7B

Cones from the spruce tree, Abies koreana. Great tree for zone 7B

Noble Fir “Abies procera” Pine Family (Pinaceae).  Tree up to 5′ in diameter and 150′ tall.  This tree was a blow down next to the trail and that made for a much easier picture. Grows from 2,000 to 5,000′ in Or. & Wa. Cascade Mts. and Coast Range in N.W. Or.  True firs have cones that stick straight up like candles.  Cone Mt. Near Sweet Home Or.

Noble Fir “Abies procera” Pine Family (Pinaceae). Tree up to 5′ in diameter and 150′ tall. This tree was a blow down next to the trail and that made for a much easier picture. Grows from 2,000 to 5,000′ in Or. & Wa. Cascade Mts. and Coast Range in N.W. Or. True firs have cones that stick straight up like candles. Cone Mt. Near Sweet Home Or.

Abies koreana 'Green Carpet' is a great dwarf conifer with the addition of rich purple cones.

A rainbow of color

Abies koreana 'Green Carpet' is a great dwarf conifer with the addition of rich purple cones.

Yew tree & red berries (I've always loved these berries...so pretty!)

Yew tree & red berries (I've always loved these berries...so pretty!)

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Google Image Result for http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/22/Conifer_Cones_(Marion_County,_Oregon_scenic_images)_(marD0021).jpg

Abies squamata -spring cone- via gardenweb

Abies squamata -spring cone- via gardenweb

Abies magnifica var shastensis; Shasta red fir cone

Abies magnifica var shastensis; Shasta red fir cone

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