Leaf Identification

The leaves of the American Holly are 1″ to 2″ clustered needles. They are a bluish-greento silvery and stay attached all year long.

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Twig and Bud Identification

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Bark Identification

The Deodar Cedar has smooth and grayish-brown bark when young that develops short furrows with scaly ridge-tops with age.

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Fruit Identification

The Deodar Cedar has upright cones that are 3″ to 4″long and 3″ wide. The fruit has deciduous scales that are initially green and purplish They later turn a reddish-brown when mature. They are usually resinous.

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Flower Identification

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