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Tsuga heterophylla

 



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The Place for Plants Wide range of specialist & popular plants. Nat. Collection of Deciduous Euonymus. 20 acre mature garden with free access to RHS members during season.

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Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)
A large evergreen conifer that reaches 200 feet tall and 4 feet in diameter, mature trees have a pyramidal crown and lacy foliage that droops at the terminal ends. Bark is gray-brown, scaly and moderately fissured. The state tree of Washington.




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