Following is a list of the species we saw, grown and purchased in the Idaho panhandle.

Ponderosa Pine

Ponderosa Pine (pinus ponderosa) also goes by the names Bull Pine, Blackjack Pine, and when grown in the right conditions, Western Yellow Pine. Western Yellow Pine has fewer growth rings per inch, thinner, yellowish bark, a

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Blued Pine

Blued Pine is any one of several species of pine, which have been affected with a fungus Grosmannia clavigera which turns part or all of the surrounding wood fiber blue. Blued pine is not a specie in itself. It is also mark

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Lodgepole Pine

Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta) is a somewhat shorter lived pine tree native to Idaho. One interesting fact about this species is that its cones will stay on the tree and tightly closed until the heat of fire causes them to

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Black cottonwood

Black cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa), is one of the three cottonwood species of North America. The largest of the three, it also holds the distinction of being the largest hardwood tree in western North America. It grows

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Aspen

The Quaking Aspen (Populus tremeloides) is one of the most plentiful species found in North America. It can be found from Northern Canada and Alaska all the way to Mexico. Its name is derived from its leaves, which tremble

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Western Larch

Western larch (Larix occidentalis) is a species of larch native to the Pacific Northwest. The largest of the larches, it is the most important species of its genus. Larches are a deciduous conifer, meaning that while they

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Western white pine

Western White Pine/Idaho White Pine (Pinus monticola) We prefer to call this species Idaho White Pine, for obvious reasons. :) This is a beautiful tree with an interesting history. Prior to European settlement of this ar

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Western Paper Birch

Paper Birch Betula papyrifera is a species of birch native to northern North America. It is the provincial tree of Saskatchewan and the state tree of New Hampshire.

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Engelmann Spruce

Engelman Spruce (Picea engelmannii)

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Douglas-Fir

Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) also known as Oregon pine or Douglas spruce, is an evergreen conifer species native to western North America. Not actually a true fir, it is closely related to the hemlock tree, which is

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Western Red-Cedar

Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata), we offer the inland variety of this species, which is prized for its light, dry fiber and small tight knots. An aromatic, shade-tolerant specimen, it grows throughout the Idaho panhandle,

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