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Newfoundland and Manitoba, south to Pennsylvania's mountains, west to Michigan. Leaves: densely arranged on the branches, slender, 5 to 6" long, margins finely and regularly toothed, apex sharp-pointed. 50 to 80' in height with a variable spread; can grow to 125'. Grows best in colder climates. Flowers: Monoecious, clustered; staminate red, pistillate reddish. Fruits: Cones subterminal, sessile, ovoid-conical.
Trail Number: C21
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