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Where do conifers grow?

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Greece, Germany, China, India, Russia, Japan, Scandinavia, the British Isles, the Middle East, North America, Central America, South America, etc.
In other words, just about everywhere.
Conifers are simply cone-bearing trees. They include pines, cedars, junipers (which are excellent for Bonsai), cypress and yews.
You will need to be a lot more specific if you need a more precise answer. Sorry.
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Conifers are plants that grow flowers true or false?

the answer is false because conifers bear cones only

Why can't a conifer tree grow in grassland?

Because often there is too little moisture, it's generally too windy, and the climate is too warm (shorter winters and longer summers) than what a conifer is generally used to

What is the largest conifer?

  Answer   The worlds larges conifer would be the giant redwood (Sequoia sempervirens).

What are the characteristics of conifers?

Conifers are any type of plant that bears cones such as the pine. and tend to grow in cold places They are cone-bearing seed plants with vascular tissue.
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What are the parts of a conifer?

well some parts of a conifer is a cone. a cone grows on a conifer there for it is a part of a conifer. answerd by brianna Quinn