Trees in Grande Prairie

Zone: 2
You can identify this tree by looking at its cones. A Jack pine's cones point ahead towards the tip of the branch, while Lodgepole pine cones point back towards the trunk
Zone: 2
The Lodgepole pine gets its name from its typically straight trunk, which was used by Native Americans for tipi poles
Zone: 3
Peeling orange bark is both an identifying and attractive characteristic of the Scot's pine
Zone: 3
Mature Swiss Stone Pine
Zone: 3
Zone: 2
The Griffin poplar (above) exhibits several negative characteristics that make it a lesser planted variety than many other hybrid poplars, such as poor branch attachment, short life span, and susceptibility to windfall
Zone: 3

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