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Environment  >  Growing Trees  >  PM 1429G

Conifer Species for Iowa -- Community Trees

Jeff Iles

With their ever-present foliage, conifers make excellent screens, windbreaks, and hedges and provide year-round visual interest. The included list of recommended conifers is a guide for homeowners and landscape professionals.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 03/2008
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