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Where do conifers grow?


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Answered 2010-09-21 21:46:52

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 do grow in the Philippines. Conifers are trees that can grow in most areas such as mountain areas, tropical and in lower elevations.

conifers are made by seeds that are put in soil the they have sun and water and GROW!

the answer is false because conifers bear cones only

they can grow very tall

false they produce cones

Conifers are evergreens, pine trees. They are found wherever trees grow in general, but further north (or south) than deciduous trees can grow.

almost everywhere in the world

deciduous trees, and conifers

Conifers are acid loving plants. They tend to make the the soil around them very acidic and turf grasses do not grow very well (if at all) in acidic soil.

The trees they grow from grow in two completely different places .

q Conifers make the soil they grow in too acidic for other plants too grow because when they let their needles die and fall to the soil, those needles have acidic substances so it goes into the soil making other plants not grow

Conifers are plants like pine trees etc.These trees grow to quite a large height so it depends on how close to your house it is. I would advise not to plant it within 5meters of your house

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.

conifers are well suited to drought-prone, cold, or unpredictable environments;)

Conifers can grow in almost any habitat. Most of the time when people think of conifers they think of evergreen, needle-leaf, coniferous trees like pines, spruces, and hemlocks. These are very common at high latitudes in boreal forests, but some species do equally well and are not at all uncommon in southern ranges. Some grow well on the coasts like the Pinelands of coastal New Jersey. Some grow best in swamps like Atlantic white cedars. Two places you would not expect to see an abundance of conifers is in tropical regions or any place where woody plants are not common such as grasslands or deserts.

are most conifers dioecious

Most conifers have needles instead of leaves. Some conifers have leaves.

Yes is the simple answer. Have a look at Yew in wikipedia and there is a nice picture. In New Zealand the Miro has a berry about the size of a large acorn, and several of the other southern conifers have quite edible fruit.

Hardy species of ferns and conifers grow in the 'taiga', which is part of the Subarctic region

The conifer is a vascular plant and a fern is not. Also conifers grow cones not flowes or other seeding elements Next person who desides to right the DUMBEST anwser on earth will have the end of there internet time.

They grow in mostly cold areas. They are conifers which that means they grow cones. They always stay green because they are able to not loose all of their water.

Seed for conifers can be found in the cones.

Conifers are trees. They derive nourishment from the soil .

No. Conifers produce cones which contain the seeds

Conifers hide their seeds in cones

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