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  • Pinrar
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    Re: Cars land tree problem not realted to park but something else?

    I noticed some brown trees like that today and thought the exact same thing.

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  • penguinsoda
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    I think it depends on specifically what type of tree it is.

    Also called evergreens, conifers normally keep foliage or needles through the entire year. The notable exceptions are baldcypress and tamarack which shed needles annually.

    Baldcypress grows into a large tree and the bark is gray-brown to red-brown, shallowly vertically fissured, with a stringy texture. The needles are on deciduous branchlets that are spirally arranged on the stem. Unlike most other species in the family Cupressaceae, bald cypress is deciduous, losing the leaves in the winter months and thus the name 'bald'. The main trunk is surrounded by cypress "knees" that protrude from the ground.

    Source:
    http://forestry.about.com/od/conifers/tp/conifer_list.htm

    I think it depends on the specific type of conifer it is.

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  • brian11811
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    Re: Cars land tree problem not realted to park but something else?

    Originally posted by Mojave View Post
    It's fall.
    Yes, but these are evergreen trees. Are they deciduous?

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  • Mojave
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    It's fall.

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  • Cars land tree problem not realted to park but something else?

    I was at dinner the other night and noticed the same species of tree that seemed to have the same red leaf edges that Cars land is experiencing. Is this just a state wide thing, like some kind of tree virus or climate thing and not a Cars Land specific issue? This was taken in Agoura Hills California, about an hour from Disneyland.

    Here are two pics. I also saw another set of trees looking the same near an office building as well:




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