Swiss Pine

Scientific name : Pinus cembra
Other names: Dansk: Cembra-Fyr , Deutsch: Zirbel-Kiefer , Esperanto: Cembro , Español: Pino cembro , Eesti: Euroopa seedermänd , Suomi: Sembramänty , Français: Pin des Alpes , Magyar: Cirbolyafenyő , Italiano: Pino cembro , Nederlands: Alpenden , Polski: Sosna limba , Română: Zâmbru , Русский: Европейский кедр , Slovenský: Borovica limbová (Limba) , Slovenščina: Cemprin , Svenska: Cembratall , Türkçe: İsviçre fıstık çamı

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Short Description

Deciduous, up to 25 m (rarely 35 m) high conifer with wide columnar at a later age irregular crown; Branches short and stout, twigs turn at the end steeply upwards; Shoots are densely felted haired; Bark initially green-grey, later brownish, ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Swiss Pine


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