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Paul and Neil continue their review of Botany in a Day by Thomas Elpel with the conifers.

They start out talking about all sorts of conifers including: Firs with their flat needles, the Pines, the edible nut pines, , spruces, cedars, the Douglas fir, yews, bald cypress, tamarack and larches.

They discuss the uses these conifers: building, medicinal, making musical instruments, and much more. Paul and Neil also discuss the difference between a forest and woodland

Relevant Threads

Botany in a Day by Thomas J. Elpel
Neil's Keyline Design and Holistic Management Course
Plants forum on Permies
Podcast 355 - Botany in a Day Review - Part 2
Podcast 364 - Botany in a Day Review - Part 4

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