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Pinus palustris

Longleaf Pine is an evergreen tree with feathery needles which tend to be tufted at the branch tips. It does not develop a trunk for the first 5 years.
 
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Pinus parviflora

A small to medium sized tree, conical when young, becoming flat topped when mature. The curved 5cm long leaves are blue-green with blue-white inner surfaces.
 
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Pinus peuce

A particularly ornamental pine with horizontal branches at ground level which become vertical in the crown. It has a narrow pyramidical growth habit which suits it to confined spaces.
 
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Pinus pinaster (maritima)

This is a medium sized sparsely branched tree with an orange-brown bark. It is excellent on sandy soils and in seaside districts. Turpentine is produced from the resin.
 
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Pinus pinea

This tree is exploited for its edible pine nut, it has a short trunk and umbrella liike growth habit giving mature trees a flat crown. It has attractive glaucous blue-green leaves in younger...
 
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Pinus ponderosa

A large striking tree with a scaly cinnamon bark and drooping branches. Planted as an ornamental tree in large gardens as well as for timber production in its native western North America.
 
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Pinus pumila

A beautiful low growing hardy shrub like tree native to north-east Asia including Japan. The female cones are purplish when young turning to a reddy brown at maturity.
 
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Pinus radiata

Monterey Pine is the most widely planted pine in the world. It is extremely important for timber production.
 
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Pinus strobus

Strobus is planted in gardens and parks as a specimen tree. It has very short dark green needles bearing slender brown cones up to 15cm long.
 
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Pinus sylvestris

Scots Pine is the only pine native to Britain and is easily recognised by its attractive reddish bark. It has a conical growth habit when young and is popular for Bonsai production.
 
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