A variety of conifers.

Pine trees are light-requiring and do not tolerate shading. In dry pine forests (pine forests) it is always light. The pine is unpretentious. It has a strong root system with strong lateral roots and is able to root and grow on sand dunes and slopes, in swamps and even on bare rocks.

In common spruce, the crown in the form of a cone is formed by outstretched or drooping branches. The bark of the spruce is reddish brown or gray.

Common juniper, or heather, is a shrub, less often a small tree. The seeds are found in cones, which turn black after ripening. Needles and seeds contain a lot of essential oils and phytoncides.

Berry yew is a rare, protected plant. The seeds are found in red cones. All parts of the yew tree are poisonous.

Larch has European needles only in summer; in autumn, it sheds it.

Thuja, or life tree – used in ornamental gardening. Its needles are scaly. Small bumps develop on the branches.

Ginkgo is the oldest plant in the gymnosperms department. In the fall, it sheds fan leaves. In medicine, it is used for the preparation of medicines.

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