Are Black Spruce Trees Native to Alberta?

The black spruce is a common conifer in the boreal forests that covers the northern half of the Canadian province of Alberta. The Nearctica site notes that black spruce grows best in moist bogs and damp soils; the tree's range is from Labrador to Alaska.

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