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by R. Hosie

Download Native Trees of Canada ePub
  • ISBN 088902572X
  • ISBN13 978-0889025721
  • Language English
  • Author R. Hosie
  • Publisher Fitzhenry & Whiteside Ltd; 8th edition (June 1, 1979)
  • Pages 380
  • Formats rtf lit lrf docx
  • Category Math
  • Size ePub 1690 kb
  • Size Fb2 1978 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
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Native trees of Canada. Native trees of Canada. by. Hosie, R. C. (Robert Christie); Canada. of Forestry and Rural Development.

Native trees of Canada.

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Canada's tallest reported tree (95 m) is a Stika spruce, the "Carmanah Giant" in the Carmanah Valley on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Hosie, Native Trees of Canada (1979). Canada's tallest Douglas fir, 9. m in height and . 7 m in circumference, stands near Coquitlam, BC. Values. People have always been impressed by trees, by their massiveness and majesty, by the sound of wind in their branches, and by their visual beauty.

All trees in Canada can be distinguished as being a conifer or deciduous tree. The English name for a tree can vary from region to region in Canada (for example, green ash is also commonly called red ash )

All trees in Canada can be distinguished as being a conifer or deciduous tree. Conifers are often called evergreens or needle-leaved trees (although there always exceptions). Conifers are also known as softwoods. The English name for a tree can vary from region to region in Canada (for example, green ash is also commonly called red ash ). For this reason, the Latin name is commonly used to designate trees. English name (scientific name). native? Edible fruit or nut tree?

The Native Trees of Canad. has been added to your Cart. I recommend it to anyone with a keen interest in trees and nature, or art and design. It is very refreshing to see these types of books.

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This list compiles many of the common large shrubs and trees found in Canada. The Canadian flora is depauperate because of the near total glaciation event in the Pleistocene. Due to the vast area of Canada, a tree that is common in one area may be completely absent in another. In particular, many warm-temperate trees can only be grown on the mild Pacific coast (where gardens may contain additional species not listed here).

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Mpapa
I've always had a copy of this book as a companion while exploring the family woodlot. It's well-organized and laid out, giving latin and common names (english and french) for Canadian trees, as well as growth habits, detailed descriptions, use characteristics, and common communities. Note that the book's coverage includes New England, much of the midwest, and the pacific northwest species.

A great book originally commissioned by the Dominion Forestry Service in the 1940's and updated several times since. Any edition will serve you well - later editions have french names which are omitted from the earlier editions.
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