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Trees are a valuable part of the landscape. They provide food and shelter for birds and pollinators, and are a great source of shade. They can be used as focal points, privacy hedges, wind breaks or to naturalize an area.
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Ancient tree that knew the dinosaurs but is well-suited to modern landscape plantings. Thought to be extinct until the 1940’s. Dawn Redwood is a deciduous conifer producing small, round cones. It has a neat pyramidal shape in youth, maturing into a more rounded crown. The bright green, feathery leaves turn orange-brown or reddish-brown in the fall before falling off for the winter.
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