Engelmann Spruce

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Engelmann spruce is a type of evergreen tree that is found in North America. It can reach up to 100 feet in height and has a conical shape.

Engelmann spruce needles are 2-3 inches long and are a light green colour. The bark is thin and scaly, and the cones are about 2-4 inches long.

Engelmann spruce grows in cool, moist climates at high elevations.

It is best to see Engelmann spruce in the wild from September to November when the needles are their brightest green colour.

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Geeky Facts about the Engelmann Spruce

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Picea engelmannii can reach 60 metres tall and 1 metre in diameter when mature.

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The trees grow rather slowly, reaching mature size in about 150 years, but may live 400 or more years.

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The bark is loose, scaly, and reddish-brown to grey.

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