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Type
Flowering plants
Gymnosperms
Trees
Color
Blue
Brown
Gray
Green
Orange
Purple
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Kingdom
Plantae
Class
Pinopsida
Order
Araucariales
Celastrales
Ericales
Fagales
Malpighiales
Malvales
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Family
Araucariaceae
Betulaceae
Celastraceae
Cupressaceae
Ericaceae
Malvaceae
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Genus
Araucaria
Arbutus
Carpinus
Euonymus
Juniperus
Pinus
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Size
Around 15m
Around 1m
Around 25m
Around 30m
Around 40m
Around 5m
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Distribution
Central America
Central and Eastern Europe
East Asia
Eurasia
humid subtropical zones
North America
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Location
Brazil
Canada
Germany
Saxon Switzerland
Winnipeg
Winnipeg Zoo
Leaves
Acicular
alternate
blue-green
coarse
Cordate
deciduous
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Flowers
bell-shaped
Brown
Catkin
corymb
fascicles
fragrant
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Fruit
berry
brown
capsule
drupe
green
nut
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Trivia
Xylem
Seeds
black
Blue
brown
cone
samara
single seed
Life Cycle
Perennial

Type Trees

  • White gum
    Photo of a White gum
  • Pink ipe
    Photo of a Pink ipe
  • Siberian peashrub
    Photo of a Siberian peashrub
  • Quaking aspen
    Photo of a Quaking aspen
  • Juniper
    Photo of a Juniper
  • Maple Leaves and Seeds
    Photo of a Maple Leaves and Seeds
  • Blooming Crabapple Tree
    Photo of a Blooming Crabapple Tree
  • Maple tree
    Photo of a Maple tree
  • Mountain-ash
    Photo of a Mountain-ash
  • Eastern white cedar
    Photo of a Eastern white cedar
  • Yellow guava
    Photo of a Yellow guava
  • Siberian elm
    Photo of a Siberian elm
  • Pine
    Photo of a Pine
  • Blue spruce
    Photo of a Blue spruce
  • Spruce
    Photo of a Spruce
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