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What is a gymnosperm such as a pine tree called?

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What are the leaves of a pine tree called?

The leaves of pine trees are called "needles" because of their unique shape: they are very thin and sharp at the tip. The shortleaf pine species is easy to identify.

Why are pine trees called evergreen?

Because their needles (leaves) do not wither away, all at one time.

What are leafs on a pine tree called?

Pines have four types of leaves:   Seed leaves (cotyledons) on seedlings, borne in a whorl of 4-24.    Juvenile leaves, which follow immediately on seedlings and young