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Western United States. 2-3 inch needles are bluish-green and flat. The ends of the needles are pointed to rounded. Dark gray bark is heavily ridged. Grows to 150 feet with dome-shaped crown. Many are used as sources of paper pulp. Because of its growth habit and softer effect, it could well replace spruces in landscapes, especially those trees with bluish needles.
GIS coordinate: N40 21.012 W94 52.857
Trail Number: G27
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