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White Spruce

Picea glauca


A medium sized conifer with a distinct narrow crown; grows to be about 15-22 meters tall. White spruce is found in a wide range of habitats, but prefers rich, moist soil. White spruce is often shallow rooted and susceptible to being blown over, especially on thin or wet soils. The cones and shoots are popular food for wildlife. White spruce is the provincial tree of Manitoba. Important commercial tree in pulp and paper industry used to produce boxes, shipping crates and rough lumber.


4-sided needles. Green needles with white line on all sides. Nice smell. Curve upward, and spirally arranged on twig.


Male and female cones on same tree. Male cones yellow. Female cones brown when mature, 3-6 cm long. Cones stalkless.


Mature bark grey, with thin scaly plates. Newly exposed bark pinkish.

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