Local Tree Guide
Trees in Grande Prairie
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
The Lodgepole pine gets its name from its typically straight trunk, which was used by Native Americans for tipi poles
Peeling orange bark is both an identifying and attractive characteristic of the Scot's pine
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
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