white spruce trees grow at the base of these hills as far as lat.
As a pulpwood, white spruce is in demand wherever it is available.
Spruce gum is obtained from this tree, which has a more pleasant odour than white spruce.
He said that the white spruce was subekoondark, black, skusk.
It is often difficult to distinguish between black and white spruce trees.
At the far north it is characterized by the white spruce and aspen.
The leaves are borne on drooping branches; the cones are pendent; the white spruce grows higher than any other spruce.
Growing with the Douglas we find the white spruce, or "Sitka pine," as it is sometimes called.
A few clumps of white spruce trees occur in the vallies of the Copper Mountains, but the country is in general naked.
All the spruces yield gum, but the best quality is said to come from the white spruce.