Pine

Pine

A slender tree with a long, sometimes twisted trunk, that can reach a height forty metres. It is particularly recognised for the ochre-red colour of its bark, in the top and young part of the trunk of the adult tree - Relatively short to medium size needles, grouped into pairs attached by a shared sheath at the base, quite thick and bluish-green or greyish green in colour, typically twisted. A monoecious species, with distinct male and female cones on the same individual tree.

Latin name

Pinus sylvestris L.

Origin

Indigenous to Eurasia - Grown in the east of the United States, in Europe, Russia, Scandinavia, Finland and Canada.
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