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  •     Most gymnosperms are arbors and only a few of them are shrubs and vines, and most of them are evergreen and just a few of them are deciduous. Worldwide there are merely five classes, nine orders, 12 families, 71 genera, and nearly 700 species of gymnosperms. In China, there five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 41 genera, and 236 species of gymnosperms, many of which are “living fossil” plants. So far, five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 27 genera, and 100-plus species (including variants) of gymnosperms have been introduced to China, and the most commonly cultivated ones are Araucariaceae and Cycadaceae. Gymnosperms produce large quantifies of timbers, and many of them are high-quality gardening and landscaping plants.
  •     Most gymnosperms are arbors and only a few of them are shrubs and vines, and most of them are evergreen and just a few of them are deciduous. Worldwide there are merely five classes, nine orders, 12 families, 71 genera, and nearly 700 species of gymnosperms. In China, there five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 41 genera, and 236 species of gymnosperms, many of which are “living fossil” plants. So far, five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 27 genera, and 100-plus species (including variants) of gymnosperms have been introduced to China, and the most commonly cultivated ones are Araucariaceae and Cycadaceae. Gymnosperms produce large quantifies of timbers, and many of them are high-quality gardening and landscaping plants.
  •     Most gymnosperms are arbors and only a few of them are shrubs and vines, and most of them are evergreen and just a few of them are deciduous. Worldwide there are merely five classes, nine orders, 12 families, 71 genera, and nearly 700 species of gymnosperms. In China, there five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 41 genera, and 236 species of gymnosperms, many of which are “living fossil” plants. So far, five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 27 genera, and 100-plus species (including variants) of gymnosperms have been introduced to China, and the most commonly cultivated ones are Araucariaceae and Cycadaceae. Gymnosperms produce large quantifies of timbers, and many of them are high-quality gardening and landscaping plants.
  •     Most gymnosperms are arbors and only a few of them are shrubs and vines, and most of them are evergreen and just a few of them are deciduous. Worldwide there are merely five classes, nine orders, 12 families, 71 genera, and nearly 700 species of gymnosperms. In China, there five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 41 genera, and 236 species of gymnosperms, many of which are “living fossil” plants. So far, five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 27 genera, and 100-plus species (including variants) of gymnosperms have been introduced to China, and the most commonly cultivated ones are Araucariaceae and Cycadaceae. Gymnosperms produce large quantifies of timbers, and many of them are high-quality gardening and landscaping plants.
  •     Most gymnosperms are arbors and only a few of them are shrubs and vines, and most of them are evergreen and just a few of them are deciduous. Worldwide there are merely five classes, nine orders, 12 families, 71 genera, and nearly 700 species of gymnosperms. In China, there five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 41 genera, and 236 species of gymnosperms, many of which are “living fossil” plants. So far, five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 27 genera, and 100-plus species (including variants) of gymnosperms have been introduced to China, and the most commonly cultivated ones are Araucariaceae and Cycadaceae. Gymnosperms produce large quantifies of timbers, and many of them are high-quality gardening and landscaping plants.
  •     Most gymnosperms are arbors and only a few of them are shrubs and vines, and most of them are evergreen and just a few of them are deciduous. Worldwide there are merely five classes, nine orders, 12 families, 71 genera, and nearly 700 species of gymnosperms. In China, there five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 41 genera, and 236 species of gymnosperms, many of which are “living fossil” plants. So far, five classes, eight orders, 11 families, 27 genera, and 100-plus species (including variants) of gymnosperms have been introduced to China, and the most commonly cultivated ones are Araucariaceae and Cycadaceae. Gymnosperms produce large quantifies of timbers, and many of them are high-quality gardening and landscaping plants.
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