Canadian hemlock

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Synonyms for Canadian hemlock

common forest tree of the eastern United States and Canada

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Subsequently, a market differentiation strategy that clearly exploited this new knowledge was developed by establishing a generic name and brand for Canadian hemlock, one that could be readily identified in Japan by all end users as 'Canada Tsuga', along with a (Japanese calligraphy) 'stylized' house and maple leaf logo.
George Washington's Mount Vernon, Virginia, estate (Metro: Huntington on yellow line to Fairfax Connector bus) contains trees planted by the first president, including two tulip poplar, two white ash, seven American holly, a Canadian hemlock, and a white mulberry.
Has: highbush blueberries, Canadian hemlock trees, pink marshmallow, lilac bush
From where I sit, I can see at least 14 varieties of trees: along the river's edge there are willow oaks and ironwoods; then up the hill from the bank rise a number of large sycamores, oaks, beeches, and tulip trees; and under their canopies thrive a mix of redbuds, dogwoods, hollies, cedars, pines, and a single - probably endangered - Canadian hemlock.
Royal visits are usually marked by a tree planting ceremony and later the Duke and Duchess will set a young sapling - a Canadian hemlock - on its way in the grounds of Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor General.
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