Seasonal Foliage Loss in Pacific Northwest Conifer Trees

The interior foliage of northwest conifer trees, especially pines and western redcedar, will die and turn noticeably red or brown in autumn. This fact sheet explains this normal, seasonal phenomenon ...
Author: Zobrist, Kevin
SKU: FS056E
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