Do White Spruce Trees Grow Naturally in New Mexico?
No, white spruce do not grow naturally in New Mexico. White spruce (Picea glauca) are common in the forests of Canada, Alaska and the northeastern and north central U.S. These majestic trees, sometimes exceeding 80 feet in height, are an important commercial lumber source. They also shelter and feed wildlife.
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