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Hemlocks reflected on the outside of the window of the summer cottage.
The pleated blind was down inside, creating a rippled effect.
Slow-growing and long-lived, Canadian hemlock trees in the wild may reach 80 feet tall or higher, with a spread of 25' to 30' .These fragrant trees are pyramidal or conical in shape, and their small needles give them a fine texture. The needles are dark green on top and light green underneath. The bark of Canadian hemlock trees at maturity may be cinnamon-red or reddish brown.
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