Its needles of the Tamarack grow in tufts of 10 to 20 (sometimes many more) and are 2 to 3 centimetres long. Most conifer trees keep their needles year round but tamaracks are deciduous conifers — their needles fall off in the autumn and new ones grow in the spring... The red buds are new cones... the tamarack's seeds will grow inside the cones in the next year after they turn to a light brown which are 1 to 2 centimetres long.
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