Monkey puzzle tree with Female cones at Sunset. (Araucaria araucana). Selective focus.

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Monkey puzzle tree with Female cones at Sunset. (Araucaria araucana). Selective focus.

By Liz Baessler Conifers are wonderful ornamental trees to plant in your landscape. They are often (though not always) evergreen, and they can have spectacular foliage and flowers. But when you’re choosing a new tree, the number of options can sometimes be overwhelming. One easy way to narrow things down is to determine your growing zone and stick only to trees that are hardy in your climate. Keep reading to learn more about choosing conifer trees for zone 9 and growing conifers in zone 9. What Conifers Grow in Zone 9? Here are some popular zone 9 conifers: White Pine – White pine trees tend to be hardy up to zone 9. Some good varieties include: Southwestern white pine Weeping white pine Contorted white pine Japanese white pine Juniper – Junipers come in a huge variety of shapes and sizes. They are often fragrant. Not all junipers can survive in

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