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Is This a Pine Tree?

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Hidden : 7/28/2009
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Size: Size: small (small)

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It's a Tamarack Tree

Tamaracks are one of only three native North American larch species and is the most common. This larch sheds its needles in the fall. The Tamarack is the most cold-hardy of any native tree and has the strongest wood of all the conifers. Tamaracks also have the widest range of all the North American conifers. If a Tamarack is a conifer and a Pine Tree is a conifer does that make a Tamarack a Pine Tree? The cache is located just off a paved trail.

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