How are pine and spruce similar?

The term coniferous tree, which describes most evergreen trees such as pine and spruce, can be distinguished by their variety of characteristics, including needles, cones and bark.
Needles. Like deciduous trees, conifers can be identified by their “leaves”. The “leaves” of conifers are, of course, their needles.
Cones. All conifers have cones, which are incorrectly called cedar, as not all conifers that produce cones are real pines. The cones are composed of scales attached to a central stem.
Bark. In general, the bark of pine trees on young trees is smooth, but acquires a flaky reddish brown color with age.

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