An important timber tree in Canada. The wood is used extensively by the pulp and paper industry. (Kershaw)
The roots of this tree are so pliable that the Aboriginal people often used them for lacing the birch bark of canoes.
White spruce is too aromatic for use in making spruce tea, but most of the other spruces make a palatable brew. (Hosie, R.C. - Nat. Trees of CA)
Sensory Aspect: Aromatic
This species is deer resistant. (Evergreen)
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