Juniperus communis Miniature: More Durable, adaptable and dense this improved selection sports the same compact, bluish-green foliage and upright habit. It differs, though, in its broader pyramidal shape and its better tolerance to wind, cold and reflected sun.
Douglas Fir The Douglas Fir tree, Pseudotsuga menziessi glauca, is a splendid pyramidal evergreen. It has many common names such as, Interior fir, Rocky Mountain, Douglas fir, Douglas, Yellow or Red spruce, Oregon pine, and Douglas tree. A Douglas Fir tree has needles that are bluish green, occasionally yellowish green. It prefers sun or light shade, moist, well drained, acid or neutral soil. This fir is found in its native habit on rocky mountain slopes.
Watch colors appear on your goop concoction WITHOUT adding food colors or paint. It is pretty magical for younger kids and a great hands on science activity for older kids. #sensoryactivities #preschoolscience