Canadian hemlock


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Canadian hemlock

n.
A hemlock tree (Tsuga canadensis) of eastern North America valuable for its timber, as pulpwood, for tanning, and as an ornamental.
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Noun1.Canadian hemlock - common forest tree of the eastern United States and CanadaCanadian hemlock - common forest tree of the eastern United States and Canada; used especially for pulpwood
hemlock tree, hemlock - an evergreen tree
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For a softer, airier evergreen backdrop, look into the shade-loving Canadian hemlock (Tsuga canadensis).
The natural style promotes healthier plants." Among the species here, not usually found in central Illinois gardens, are Canadian hemlock, Kentucky coffee bean trees, and leather leaf viburnums.
The public lobby at the 2-4 Cockspur entrance and the staff amenity spaces showcase Canadian hemlock and maple, while solid oak and walnut are used as flooring and door materials across both buildings.
As the work proceeds, contractors will bring in 39 live, mature Douglas fir, incense cedar, coast redwood, giant sequoia, western red cedar and Canadian hemlock trees, all 35 to 40 feet tall.
William and Kate planted a Canadian hemlock in the grounds of Rideau Hall in Ottawa on the third day of their overseas tour.

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