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Korean Fir

A small, very neat tree with leaves that are 1 to 2 cm long. It produces prominent violet or purple cones about 5 to 8 cm long.
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Lodgepole / Beach Pine

Lodgepole Pine is a medium sized tree with short branches and paired yellowish green leaves. The cones appear in clusters and the tree is often grown in coastal areas.
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Noble Fir

A beautiful tree noted for its blue-green leaves that is often used in floristry as well as for Christmas trees.
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Nordmann/Caucasian Fir

A species of fir of great ornamental value and much valued in Christmas tree production for its dense foliage.

Norway Spruce

Norway Spruce is the traditional and most widely grown Christmas tree.
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Pacific Silver Fir

This is a native of north-west America but in Europe it is grown as an ornamental tree. Amabalis means beautiful and it can resemble Abies nordmanniana.

Scots Pine

Scots Pine is the only pine native to Britain and is easily recognised by its attractive reddish bark. It has a conical growth habit when young and is popular for Bonsai production.
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Serbian Spruce

Serbian Spruce is a very adaptable spruce which quickly forms a tall slender tree with short drooping branches and dark green leaves.
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A Californian giant, not as tall, but with a wider girth than the Californian Redwood. Young specimens are conical and densely branched producing a large elegant tree.
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Western Yellow Pine

A large striking tree with a scaly cinnamon bark and drooping branches. Planted as an ornamental tree in large gardens as well as for timber production in its native western North America.
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