Tsuga canadensis

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Tsuga canadensis

[‚tsü·gə ‚kan·ə′den·səs]
(forestry)
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The industry-targeted policy also included the development of new products, marketing strategies, and an action plan to re-position Canadian hemlock as the favoured material for housing construction in Japan.
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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