The sitka spruce is the largest spruce in the world. This tree can live for 700-800 years and it can reach 200 feet or more. The summer fogs and moist air of this biome also help maintain humid conditions for the growth of this tree.
The western hemlock is a large evergreen tree growing from 90-200 feet high. It's well adapted to grow on humus and decaying wood. It also grows great in moist, acidic soil.
The larch tree is a conifer that grows 80-140 feet tall. Its leaves have the shape of soft, flat needles. Along this tree are pinkish, red flowers that will eventually turn into cones. This tree grows best in cold weather and moist soil.