Originally Posted by WILLYBACOBOY
Yes,i did read that piece on this tread.
Normally the tree we use had the needles at both sides of the branches,and then i several species.
Isn't the fir the tree that looses its needles in the winter?
Huh... no, it's the larch. Larches are recognizable to their soft needles and light shade of green color. Seen up close, their needles grow by bunches on the branches, a little tiny bit like the leaves of a prail.