White Pine (Eastern)

Scientific name : Pinus strobus
Other names: Azərbaycan dili: Veymutov şamı , Česky: Borovice vejmutovka , Dansk: Weymouth-Fyr , Deutsch: Weymouth-Kiefer , Esperanto: Vejmuta pino , Español: Pino de Weymouth , Eesti: Valge mänd , Suomi: Strobusmänty , Français: Pin blanc d'Amérique , Italiano: Pino strobo, Pino bianco Americano, Pino di Weymouth , 日本語: ストローブマツ , 한국어: 스트로브잣나무 , Lietuviškai: Veimutinė pušis , Nederlands: Weymouthden , Norsk: Weymouthfuru , Polski: Sosna wejmutka , Русский: Сосна веймутова , Slovenský: Borovica hladká , Türkçe: Veymut çamı

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Wintergreen, very stately up to 50 m high conifer with initially slim, cone-shaped, later increasingly irregular and open crown; Branches often arching; Bark cinnamon-colored or grey-brown, with deep dark grey furrows roughly fielded; Needles 5-15 cm long, slim, thin, bluish-green, ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


White Pine (Eastern)
White Pine (Eastern)


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