Where does the Sitka spruce grow?
Spruce is a softwood and is recognized by it's excurrent form, (a single, tall, straight trunk with small lateral branches) Other names: Norway Spruce-(European whitewood, European spruce, and whitewood) Sitka spruce-(Silver spruce) Blue spruce. Heights can from 100 FT to 300 Ft depending on variety, it is straight-grained with even texture and is non-durable. Answer evergreen Answer conifer
R. G Mitchell has written: 'Damage by the Sitka spruce weevil (Pissodes strobi) and growth patterns for 10 spruce species and hybrids over 26 years in the Pacific Northwest' -- subject(s): Spruce, White pine weevil, Growth, Sitka spruce, Diseases and pests 'Field test of acephate against two Douglas-fir Chirstmas tree pests' -- subject(s): Christmas trees, Douglas fir, Diseases and pests
Joseph N Graham has written: 'Environment, vegetation, and regeneration after timber harvest in the Hungry-Pickett area of southwest Oregon' -- subject(s): Forest ecology, Forest regeneration, Revegetation 'Response of sitka spruce and western hemlock to commercial thinning' -- subject(s): Sitka spruce, Western hemlock