Tsuga canadensis

Tsuga canadensis `Jeddeloh`. Pronunciation: tsoo-GA ka-na-DEN-sis. Pinaceae ( Pine Family). USDA Native Status: L(N), . Eastern hemlock, pruche du Canada.

Pinus canadensis Linnaeus, Sp. Abies americana Mill. Autonyms (not in current use), synonyms and invalid designations: (≡ homotypic synonym, = heterotypic synonym, – autonym, I invalid designation). BOTANICAL AND ECOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS. Soft and gracefully pyramidal in youth with tapering trunk becoming pendulously pyramidal with age.

Probably (best) in zones. Pruche du Canada (FR).

Canadian hemlock may be one of the . Virginia Tech Dendrology. Taxonomic Rank: Species. Division ‎: ‎Tracheophyta – vascular plants, trach. It is hardy to zone (UK) 4. Acute toxicity: Non-toxic. Fruit, See Seedling.

Harvest the fruit in. The leaves are flat with single needles that have two lines of white stomata on the . As a dominant and widespread tree, it provides nesting habitat for many species of birds. The sheltering, evergreen boughs are favored by deer for bedding . March is respiratory support month at ABT . The leafy lateral branches have a tendency to arrange . H 5-m, depands as well on staking, . Find tsuga canadensis stock images in HD and millions of other royalty-free stock photos, illustrations and vectors in the Shutterstock collection.

The needles of hemlock are minutely toothed toward the rounded apex and are on distinct, raised pegs ca. Previous or Next Tree Page Alphabetically. North America Location: CSW . Like the other hemlocks, it is a so-called forest climax species, growing quite happily when .