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Black Pine
... Black Pine Black Pine - Pinus thunbergii General Information: An excellent, small, irregularly-shaped Pine, the size and shape of Japanese Black Pine is variable reaching a height of 25 feet and a spread of 20 to ... -Size Black Pine Bonsai" by David DeGroot, Florida Bonsai, XI, 4:9 16. "The Training of Japanese Black Pine" by David DeGroot, Florida Bonsai, X, 3:30-47. "Why Did My Black Pine Die?" ...
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Training Black Pines for Bonsai
... Black Pines for Bonsai Articles Home Page Images Email Order Form Plant Catalog Tool Catalog Training Black Pine for Bonsai by Brent Walston Introduction I discourage beginners from working with Black Pine, Pinus ... finally For more on how to prune and grow Japanese Black Pine see the companion article to this piece: Growing Black Pine for Bonsai copyright 1996, all rights reserved Articles Home Page ...
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Growing Black Pines for Bonsai
... Catalog Tool Catalog Growing Black Pine for Bonsai by Brent Walston Introduction I am always giving this subject a lot of thought. I consider the training of black pines, Pinus thunbergii, ... issues for training black pine and design considerations that must be tailored to these pruning techniques. These are addressed in the companion article to this piece: Training Black Pine for Bonsai copyright ...
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Pine tree
... its habitat is the seaside. Its English name is "Japanese black pine" AKA MATSU (Pinus densiflora): Evergreen tree with needle-like leaves ... has the English name of "Japanese white pine" or "Japanese five needle pine" MATSU (Japanese pine tree) is a symbolic tree of long ... New Year decorations called KADO MATSU (KADO = gate, MATSU = pine) using pine tree branches and bamboo trunks. This decoration is a ...
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Virginia (Scrub) Pine
... the open branching habit. The Virginia pine is in some ways esthetically similar to the Japanese Black Pine, but has smaller needles and ... : Zones 5 through 8. Watering: As with any pine, good drainage is essential. This pine, in its natural habitat, grows on poor dry ... two periods of strongest root growth for pines. The Virginia pine is fast-growing, so repotting should be relatively frequent, at ...
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ODIN006 - Pine Wood Nematode
... pine Pinus banksiana Resistant Longleaf pine Pinus palustris Resistant Japanese black pine Pinus thunbergii High Larch Larix spp. ? Japanese red pine Pinus densiflora High Loblolly pine Pinus taeda High Mugo pine Pinus mugo Susceptible Pitch pine ...
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Pine Diseases
... individual trees vary in susceptibility. Ozone damage on white pine (Photograph courtesy of A. Heagle) Scots, Japanese black, Austrian Pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilis) General wilting of needles, followed ... the trunk in the laboratory. Most common in eastern North Carolina on Japanese black pine Usually fatal. Quickly remove and destroy diseased trees. Native pines are more resistant. ...
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Austrian Pine
... scales with spines egg-shaped cones flat at base Austrian Pine (European Black Pine) Pinus nigra Young trees have yellowish-brown bark, but ... Originally introduced from Europe in the mid-1700s, this fast growing pine is widely planted as an ornamental. It is easily ... and tolerates city conditions better than most other kinds of pine trees. In Ohio, landscape workers commonly plant this tree in ...
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Pitch Pine
... Pine Pinus rigida Mill. pitch pine *Nomenclature: Pinus rigida Mill., Gard. Dict. ed. 8, Pinus No. 10. 1768. DERIVATION: Rigid, or stiff, referring to the cone scales. OTHER COMMON NAMES: southern pine, black pine, torch pine ... High resin content in this species produced the name "pitch pine". Early American settlers would often ignite pine knots for torches. Before the widespread use of the ...
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Jack Pine
... was obliged for first knowledge of it. OTHER COMMON NAMES: scrub pine, gray pine, black pine, princess pine, Banksian pine, Hudson Bay pine. *(From Little, 1979. ) Tree Characteristics: Height at maturity: Typical: ... habit: thin, horizontally spreading; dead branches persistent Jack pine is the most widely distributed pine in Canada and most northerly pine of the United States. These tree usually ...
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