The tannenbaum carnofern split from its ancestor, the piling carnofern. It inhabits the lower altitudes of the alpines. Once there the fruit phlyers spread them to the rocky, temperate forest and taiga in the Krakow and Huggs regions. There it is visited by more species who might want to eat its bright red fruit which now grows from its branches rather than the flower. It will stay active and bear fruit all year round. This really has helped the local wildlife which before had very harsh winters.
Since it no longer hibernates it will only grow three stacks in its life time. Once when it first is growing and has no flower or fruit. Then it will grow then second when it develops the flower and spreads its pollen in the air. Lastly the third stack grows and it will bear fruit. This ensures that only the heartiest flora survives and bears healthy fruit. Not all make it to sexual maturity because the cracking pipent and snowbelly like to break open immature saplings. Luckily the mature ones fruit can keep them full enough saplings can survive.