X'mas tree

The trees used for Christmas trees have a conical shape and are mainly from the fir family of the Pinus family, but also from the spruce family and the cypress family. The fir family includes the fir tree (Abies firma) from Japan, the fir tree (Abies homolepis), the ash tree (Abies sachalinensis), and the silver fir (Abies sachalinensis) from Europe. Silver fir (Abies alba) is native to Europe, and balsam fir (Abies balsamea) is native to North America. The spruce genus includes the German spruce (Picea abies), native to Europe, the Ezo spruce (Picea jezoensis), native to Hokkaido and Siberia in Japan, and the balsam fir (Abies balsamea), native to North America. The genus includes the German spruce (Picea abies), native to Europe, the Ezo spruce (Picea jezoensis), native to Hokkaido and Siberia in Japan, the Caucasian spruce (Picea orientalis), native to the Caucasus and Turkey, and the Colorado spruce (Picea pungens), native to the Rocky Mountains. In the cypress family, there is a horticultural variety of the large Monterey cypress, Cupressus macrocarpa 'Gold Crest', which has golden leaves.

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