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Lesson 5: Softwoods
 
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Softwoods

These are produced by the cone bearing trees (conifers). They are generally evergreen and have easily recognizable needle-like leaves. They grow in cold or cool temperate climates. These are countries such as Canada, Scandinavia and Northern Russia.
They grow much quicker than hardwoods and are cheaper, softer and easier to work. Their seeds are held in cones. common examples are:-
Pine, Fir, Spruce, Larch, Cedar and the Giant Redwood.

 





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