British Columbia has about 40 different species of native trees, but you won't find all of them everywhere you go. Some trees, like lodgepole pine, grow throughout the province, but others only grow in places where they are adapted to the particular climate. For example, western redcedar grows mostly on the coast and in the wetter parts of the Interior, where there is abundant rainfall and temperatures are mild. Englemann spruce grows at higher elevations, where winters are very cold and snowfall can be heavy.

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