Conifers are cone-bearing seed plants. All living conifers are perennial woody plants. The great majority are trees, though a few are shrubs. Example includes cedars, cypresses, firs, junipers, kauris, larches, pines, redwoods, spruces and yews.
Conifers are different by their needles and can deal with the cold and dry conditions of the Northern forests. The needles have a thick waxy coat and saves energy by not replacing their needles every year. They also don’t have any flowers or fruit.
Conifers need lots of sunlight, water and carbon dioxide like many plants. It also needs well-drained and sandy soil. They need the wind in order distribute spring pollen, depends on forest fires and also depends on the birds to disperse the seeds.
Without the conifer trees, there’s nowhere for the wildlife and insects to live in especially during the winter seasons where all the other trees loses their leaves. Also, no one would provide wood in making furnitures, buildings and papers. They also remove carbon from the atmosphere, so without them the air that we breath in wouldn’t be so clean.