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Pinus strobus



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Pinus strobus
White pine

This important U.S. timber species also makes an excellent addition to the landscape, softening hard edges and lending a more naturalistic atmosphere to designs.

Habit:Symmetrically pyramidal in youth, developing a broad, open, and picturesque or irregular crown with age; lateral branches are horizontal or ascending and the lower branches are lost with age
Size:50-100' high
Color:Light green to bright green, some trees turning yellowish green in winter
Texture:Medium-fine
Hardiness:Zone 3a USDA
Habitat:Newfoundland - Georgia - Iowa - Ontario
Family:Pinaceae

 
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