Scots Pine

Scientific name : Pinus sylvestris
Other names: Български: Бял бор , Català: Pi roig , Česky: Borovice lesní , Dansk: Skov-Fyr , Deutsch: Wald-Kiefer , Esperanto: Arbara pino , Español: Pino silvestre , Eesti: Harilik mänd , Suomi: Metsämänty , Français: Pin sylvestre , Hrvatski: Obični bor , Magyar: Erdeifenyő , Íslenska: Skógarfura , Italiano: Pino silvestre , 日本語: ヨーロッパアカマツ , Lietuviškai: Paprastoji pušis , Latviešu: Parastā priede , Nederlands: Grove den , Norsk (nynorsk): Furu , Norsk: Furu , Polski: Sosna zwyczajna , Português: Pinheiro-da-Escócia, Pinho-de-Riga , Română: Pin de pădure , Русский: Обыкновенная cосна , Slovenský: Borovica lesná (Sosna) , Slovenščina: Rdeči bor , Svenska: Tall , Türkçe: Sarıçam

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Wintergreen, up to 30 m (seldom 40 m) high conifer, initially with cone-shaped crown, later irregularly flattened and umbrella-like widened. The shaft-like stem is straight up to the crown and bent in the upper part; Bark is often red to ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

Pinus sylvestris
Photo: USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database / Herman / License: PD

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Scots Pine
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Scots Pine
Scots Pine
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Scots Pine


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