Evergreen Trees

Evergreen Trees are plants with leaves that always remain green throughout the duration of a year. Unlike deciduous trees that adapt for seasonal shifts by losing their foliage in the winter or dry seasons, evergreen trees never lose all of their leaves at a single regular moment—though they do shed their leaves gradually throughout the year to replace old leaves. Commonly found in tropical areas and warm arid environments, evergreen trees evolved to survive in regions with low nutrient levels. A large variety of evergreen trees exist and include most types and species of conifers, rainforest trees, eucalypts, oaks, hollies, cycads, and palms.

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Cypress Trees
Silhouette illustration of various Cypress Trees in elevation

The Cypress Tree, Cupressus, is an evergreen tree that is tall with a pyramidal shape specifically seen when the tree is young. The Cypress Tree has bark that is either or smooth or in some species is separates into thin strips and is aromatic as it has glandular pits on its outer surface.

The leaves of the Cypress Trees are small, scalelike, and awl-shaped. The Cypress Tree is native to the warm and subtropical regions of Asia, Europe, and North America. The lifespan of the Cypress Tree is long with some reporting to over 1,000 years old.

The Cypress Tree, Cupressus, is an evergreen tree that is tall with a pyramidal shape specifically seen when the tree is young. The Cypress Tree has bark that is either or smooth or in some species is separates into thin strips and is aromatic as it has glandular pits on its outer surface.

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Coconut Palms
Elevation drawings of a pair of Coconut Palms with measured heights

The Coconut Palm, Cocos nucifera, is an evergreen tree easily recognizable by its large, compound leaves that give it its recognizable silhouette. The leaves, known as fronds are arranged at the top of an unbranched stem. The Coconut Palm is native to tropical and subtropical climates as it thrives in moist and hot climates and is typically found along tropical seashores.

The Coconut Palm often represents warm weather and beach vacations. The average lifespan of the Coconut Palm consists of 60 to 80 years. Coconut Palms can produce up to 75 fruits per year that do not attract wildlife, but is suitable for human consumption.

The Coconut Palm, Cocos nucifera, is an evergreen tree easily recognizable by its large, compound leaves that give it its recognizable silhouette. The leaves, known as fronds are arranged at the top of an unbranched stem. The Coconut Palm is native to tropical and subtropical climates.

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Pine Trees
Illustration of a standard Pine Tree

The Pine Tree, Pinus, is an evergreen tree that tall grows tall with branches that have 4 types of leaves. The 4 types of leaves are Seed leaves, Juvenile leaves, Scale leaves, and Needles. The bark of the Pine Tree is thick and scaly, but some species of Pine Trees may have thin or flaky bark.

The Pine Tree is native to the temperate and subtropical regions of the world and thus is mostly found in the Northern Hemisphere regions of the world. The average lifespan of the Pine Tree is between 100 to 1,00 years or even more. The Pine Tree also produces pine cones that serve as food for many animals.

The Pine Tree, Pinus, is an evergreen tree that tall grows tall with branches that have 4 types of leaves. The 4 types of leaves are Seed leaves, Juvenile leaves, Scale leaves, and Needles. The bark of the Pine Tree is thick and scaly, but some species of Pine Trees may have thin or flaky bark.

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Eucalyptus Tree
Silhouette illustration of a Eucalyptus Tree

The Eucalyptus Tree, Eucalyptus, is an evergreen tree that is multi-stemmed with leather-like leaves that grow obliquely or vertically. The Eucalyptus Tree grows a smooth layer of blue-gray bark every year and sheds the dead layer of bark. There are over 700 species of Eucalyptus Tree native to Australia preferring forest habitats. Most species of Eucalyptus Trees have a lifespan consisting of more than 250 years as it can survive forest fires. The Eucalyptus Tree attracts pollinating bees and insects and marsupial herbivores can ingest its leaves that produce essential oil.

The Eucalyptus Tree, Eucalyptus, is an evergreen tree that is multi-stemmed with leather-like leaves that grow obliquely or vertically. The Eucalyptus Tree grows a smooth layer of blue-gray bark every year and sheds the dead layer of bark. There are over 700 species of Eucalyptus Trees.

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