Conifers are cone baring, cone shaped trees and shrubs. The fruits they bear take between 2-3 years to ripen. A well-known conifer to be found here is a white pine tree. Other confers to be found might include cedar, fir, juniper and spruce trees. There will be a thick layer of needles under the canopy which causes the soil under such trees to become acidic. Acidic soil is not conducive to most plants. Therefore, you won’t see much of anything growing below these trees. The snow accumulations are usually lower in these areas too because of the thick canopy of trees. Deer will bed down in this area in the winter.
Maystar also grows in the Conifer Grove.