Bearing cones, as the pine and cypress.
Pertaining to the order Coniferae, of which the pine tree is the type.
trees that reproduce from cones. Most coniferous trees retain their leaves throughout the year.
an evergreen tree that produces cones
A plant bearing cones.
Referring to trees that bear cones, for example, pines, spruces, and firs.
trees or shrubs with needle-shaped leaves and cones that are chiefly evergreen.
trees with cones, usually an evergreen tree, though, as an exception, the Tamarack looses all its leaves each year.
Trees which bear cones as their fruit, are usually evergreen and classified as softwoods, such as pines and firs. They are the source of fiber for sulphite and sulphate pulps.
Bearing cones; from the conifer family.
of or relating to or part of trees or shrubs bearing cones and evergreen leaves
those plants that reproduce through the production of cones, such as pines and spruce.
Habitat dominated by evergreen trees and/or shrubs; or type of tree or shrub that is evergreen (retains green leaves throughout each year as new leaves emerge)
plants that are mostly evergreen, with narrow needle-like leaves; produce cones for reproduction. Larch is the only conifer that sheds all of its needles annually.
Trees that bear their seeds in cones. Usually refers to trees with needles.
A tree that bears cones.
Woody plant that produces seeds in cones. Most coniferous trees are termed "evergreen" since they keep their needles for two or more years before they die and drop off the plant.
is the odor impression that is reminiscent of pine, spruce, juniper and others of this family. Conifer oils are mainly used in bath products and in masculine fragrances.
Refers to a forest stand or category of trees or bush that is popularly called 'evergreen.' The wood of conifers is commercially known as 'softwood.' Conifère
A plant producing naked seeds in cones like fir, pine, spruce, etc. Deciduous-a plant that sheds leaves every year
forests containing only evergreen trees
trees bearing cones, usually evergreens like pine and larch
Pertaining to Conifers, which bear woody cones containing naked seeds.