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Are the leaves 1/16" long, scale-like; clusters of small, showy, pink-petalled flowers; fruit a small CAPSULE containing many tiny, fluffy seeds? This tree is not green year-round.

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Does the tree bear cones that are sometimes berry-like, and have leaves that hug the twig and are scale-like or awl-shaped? 

CLUE: these trees are CONIFERS (cone-bearing) and most are EVERGREEN.

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