Pine Tree

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What is the best way to kill an old pine tree without cutting it 17?

There is a pin that can not cut me dead. What is the best how to speed up their disappearance?

Just ignore. PIN itself.

The best Christmas trees

Christmas is in the corner and those who like a quick start on your Christmas decorations are interested in looking at what tree. According to a survey, the Christmas tree up longer available for purchase the following species:

1. Fraser fir - fir Fraser, a native of southern pine is very similar to balsam fir. This tree grows naturally at altitudes above 5,000 meters and has dark green needles, 1 / 2 to 1 inch long. The tree has excellent needle retention with a pleasing aroma. Fraser fir is a uniformly pyramid-shaped with a maximum height 80 meters and a diameter of 1-1.5 meters. Its branches are strong up slightly giving the tree a compact appearance. The leaves (needles) Balsam pine are flattened, dark green with a median groove on the top and two wide strips of silvery white on the underside. Leaves 1 / 2 inch long, have a broad circular base, and usually dark green on top and lighter on the underside. In industries low, the leaves are in two rows (produced in two opposite rows). On the upper branches, the leaves tend to curl up forming a more "U-shaped" appearance.

Fraser was named for Scottish botanist John Fraser who explored the southern Appalachian Mountains the late 1700s. Interestingly, this tree is often planted at low altitude with ornamentals and Christmas trees. In many respects, Fraser fir and balsam fir are quite similar, although the geographical distribution of two species overlap. Some scientists even suggest that, because of the many similarities, the two species were once a single species that has evolved in the current forms.

The combination of shape, retention Needle, dark blue, green, pleasant aroma and excellent characteristics has led to Fraser fir is a popular species of trees Christmas. North Carolina produces the majority of Fraser fir Christmas trees. Requires 7 to 10 years in the field to produce a 6-7 foot tree.

2. Douglas - The Douglas fir is not a real tree, but in fact has a single classification. Unlike pine cone Douglas fir hang below. Douglas develops in a cone course and a 1 to 1-1/2 inch needles have a sweet smell when crushed. Doug Fir is sent and is found in almost all the many trees in the United States. Douglas grows 40 to 60 feet and extends from 15 to 25 feet to build a pyramid in the landscape. It grows to over 200 feet high in its natural habitat in the West. The numbers vary with seed source. The Douglas fir has been the main species used for Christmas trees in the Pacific Northwest since the 1920s. Since the 1950s, the transformation of trees that grow in nature to culture in plantations has been spectacular. Today, few trees come from forest lands.

Douglas fir was named after David Douglas who studied the tree in the decade 1800.

3. Balsam Fir - Balsam fir is a magnificent tree pyramid with needles short, flat, long-term aromatic. balsam fir and Fraser have many similar characteristics and some botanists consider them as extensions of the same species. Balsam fir has a beautiful dark green and very fragrant. The tree was named for the balsam or resin blisters on the surface that is used to treat wounds civil war.

The balsam fir is the hardest cold and aromatic of all firs. The fir tree typically grows to 40-60 feet high and 1-1 1 / 2 feet in diameter. Exhibitions color relatively dense, dark green, pyramidal crown with a fine needle point. In the lower branches of needles usually occur in two rows (two rows along the sides of the branch), 3 / 4 - 1 1 / 2 inches long, elongated and not crowded. In older branches, needles tend to be shorter and curved upward so as to cover the upper edges of the branches. Individual needles are somewhat flat and can be closed or slotted at the end. The needles have a large circular base and are usually dark green on the surface, the more light on the underside. Two silvery bands of stomata (pores) are located on the lower surface.

Balsam fir bark is thin, gray ash, and well, except for blisters on many young trees. These bulbs contain a sticky, fragrant resin liquid. Therefore, the species has sometimes called "pine" blister. At maturity, the bark can be up to 1 / 2 inch thick, reddish brown and broken into thin flakes.

4. Colorado Blue Spruce - Colorado blue spruce is most familiar to people as an ornamental landscape. Tree a dark green powder blue needles, 1 to 3 cm long, pyramidal shape when young. Colorado spruce is often sold "live" and a whole mound - To be planted after the holidays. The tree was planted in 1978 and elected as the official White House lawn living Christmas tree. The young tree is well balanced, is the best among species for needle retention and tree both the Utah and Colorado.

Spruce Colorado has a horizontal branching habit and grows 75 feet tall in its natural habitat, but it is usually observed in 30 to 50 feet in landscapes. Needles emerge as a group of gentle, more rigid, needle nose pliers to the touch. The cylindrical shape of the pyramid of glass that varies from 10 to 20 feet diameter.

The leaves (needles) are 1-1 1 / 2 inches long on lower branches but somewhat shorter on upper branches. They 4-sided and have a very strong at the end.

5. Scotch Pine - Scotch or Scottish "Pine is the most planted commercial Christmas tree North America according to the NCTA. However, this study suggests that it is the most popular. A real pine pine was imported from Europe and is not native to America. It was first used in reforestation efforts in the New World. pine branches stiff, two packets of needles dark green 1 to 3 inches long that are retained for four weeks. The perfume is long lasting and stops throughout the season. Scots pine does not fall Needle dry - excellent retention.

Scots pine needles are produced in batches of two. They vary in length ranging from just over 1-inch some varieties to nearly 3-inches for the others. The color is also variable, with bright green characteristic of some dark green variety with bluish tones more important in others. The underside of the needles of Scots pine are characterized by several rows of leading white space appearing stomata.

6. Eastern Red Cedar - Eastern Red Cedar (CIS) is primarily a regional favorite and has been a traditional Christmas tree in the South. The eastern branches of cedar are red light, but compact and form a pyramidal crown as a young tree. In fact ERC is not a true cedar, but actually a juniper. This tree is very aromatic needles are a dark, glossy, green and bright, piercing to the touch. Although slow growing, the heights over 40 feet have been recorded. The Red cedar is adapted to shade conditions by remaining dormant until the dominant trees lose their leaves. Then carry out photosynthesis, while higher than their neighbors are asleep.

7. White spruce - white spruce is a tree of northeastern United States and Canada. It is a regional dish, it becomes the best in nature. White spruce has blue green needles crushed green needles have a disagreeable odor. Another problem is that the conservation of fir needle poor. The tree is excellent for heavy ornaments. Spruce is the state tree of South Dakota. Trees often reach 80-140 feet high and 1.5 to 3 meters in diameter. The oldest white spruce may reach 300 years.

8. Pine white - white pine has been evaluated as a timber tree for centuries, but can be planted Christmas trees, a lot if sheared. pine White is grown mainly in the mid-Atlantic states for Christmas tree sales. The tree retains needles throughout the holiday season, but has little or no odor and no good tree for heavy ornaments. The tree is searched by people suffering from allergic reactions to other fragrant trees. White pine is the largest pine forest in the United States and the tree of Michigan and Maine.

The leaves (needles) are soft, flexible and bluish-green to silver and are regularly arranged in bundles of five. Needles are 2 1/2-5 inches long and would generally end of the second growing season. The male and female flowers (strobili) occur on the same tree, with pollination occurring in spring. Cones are 4-8 cm long, usually slightly curved and adults at the end of the second season. cone scales are rare and have never thorns. Cones also have a sticky resin exudates fragrant.

For Christmas trees, felled trees are preferred, although some people felt shear results in trees too dense for larger ornaments. needle retention is good to excellent. White pine has very little aroma, but On the contrary, is reported to cause fewer allergic reactions than do some of the most aromatic. To produce a 6-foot tree requires 6-8 years on good sites.

9. Concolor fir or pine - white spruce fir is one of the longest and sometimes mistakened bite of a pine. A significant proportion of These Christmas trees are used in California. Concolor fir has blue-green needles are 1 / 2 to 1-1/2 inches long. The tree has a nice way with a pleasant aroma and good needle retention. white fir, concolor fir also called, is a native of the western United States and can reach sizes of 130-150 meters high and 3 to 4 feet in diameter. The oldest White Pine can sometimes reach 350 years. There is a needle-shaped crown with a straight trunk. Like Christmas tree, white fir foliage color quality, natural and pleasant aroma and good needle retention.

10. Virginia pine - Virginia pine has recently been used as a Christmas tree. Tolerate warmer temperatures and has been developed as an alternative southern pine. The tree is formed mechanically, dark green foliage is gray, legs are strong with woody branches, Virginia pine is one of the Christmas trees purchased most often in the southeastern United States. Virginia pine needles are in pairs. They are twisted and 1.5 to 3 inches long. They are relatively short compared to other pines. needle tea, in comparison, 4 to 9 "long. needle individual clusters may persist for 3 or 4 years. then shed and replaced by new needles and branches grow in length.

Virginia pine responds well to court. And in Christmas tree plantations can become a very dense foliage. As with other pines, they show a tendency to auto size when grown with competition from other trees. This feature is evident after about the sixth year in the lower limbs begin to wilt.

About the Author

Andrew Johnson is the owner of Central Texas Tree Care, a leading tree service provider in Central Texas (Travis County and surrounding areas) offering services such as pruning and removals, cabling and bracing as well as arborist reports, diagnostics, pest management, fertilization and Austin tree service trusts. For more information please visit http://www.centraltexastreecare.com.

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