A note for those who go in search of the plants identified in this video: If you choose to smell the leaves of these plants or others in wild spaces, please only pluck sparingly, taking only one or two needles/leaves for smelling. It doesn't take much. If in a group its better to pass those one or two leaves around to all in the group since the plants need their leaves/needles for energy production. Also, a leaf/needle that has turned brownish and may be close to falling off on its own can sometimes offer just as good of a whiff of the plant as a fresh green leaf/needle.
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