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Princess pine (Lycopodium obscurum) is a North American species of clubmoss commonly found in Davis Farm’s forest understory. The low-growing plants, sometimes referred to as “ground pine”, look like baby pine trees. But, Princess Pine is more closely related to horsetails and ferns then moss or conifers. Historically, Princess pines were harvested to make Christmas wreaths and other decorations, due to the fact that they remain green all winter. Over harvesting, and their slow growth has caused the plant to be listed as threatened in some states.