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The Pine Family of Trees in the Sierra Nevada
... Pine Family of Trees in the Sierra Nevada The Pine Family of Trees in the Sierra Nevada The Pine Family of Trees in the Sierra Nevada by Joan Zimmerman, Ph.D. Books read. Current hot books on trees and forests. Ecology. What native pine ...
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Pine Family
... Pine Family Pinaceae - The Pine Family Pinaceae is commercially the most important timber-producing family of gymnosperms, including 10 genera and about 200 species mostly distributed in the ... Cedrus - Cedar Keteleeria - (This group has no common name) Larix - Larch Picea - Spruce Pinus - Pine Pseudolarix - Golden larch Pseudotsuga - Douglas-fir Tsuga - Hemlock Glossary Back to Pinatae - The ...
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Pine Family
... Pine Family Pinus - The Pines Pinus is comprised of trees, occasionally shrubs, which are evergreen, highly resinous, ... , pulp, paper, turpentine, rosin (formerly from naval stores), pine "nuts", Christmas trees, and pine straw and bark mulch are all obtained from pine trees. Pine trees share many characteristics. For a more descriptive comparison ...
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Trees of Reed: Family Tour, Intro.
... . Araucariaceae - Araucaria Family Cupressaceae - Cypress Family Ginkgoaceae - Maidenhair Tree Family Pinaceae - Pine Family Taxodiaceae - Bald Cypress Family Page 2: Flowering ... Laurel Family Magnoliaceae - Magnolia Family Salicaceae - Willow Family Styracaceae - Storax Family Theaceae - Tea Family Tiliaceae - Basswood Family Oleaceae - Olive Family Scrophulariaceae - Figwort Family home | history ...
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Trees of Reed: Family Tour, Page 1
... Family Araucaria araucana Araucaria araucana Cupressaceae - Cypress Family Calocedrus decurrens Calocedrus decurrens Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Thuja plicata Thuja plicata Thujopsis dolobrata Thujopsis dolobrata Pinaceae - Pine Family ...
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Pinus ponderosa- Ponderosa Pine
... Pinus ponderosa- Ponderosa Pine Pinus ponderosa Ponderosa Pine Family: Pinaceae (Pine family) Photo taken at Swauk Pass, elev. 4500 ft., open pinegrass forest 2002 Thayne Tuason 2002 ...
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The Pine Families of Trees in Southern California
... Pine Families of Trees in Southern California The Pine Families of Trees in Southern California The Pine Family of Trees in Southern California by Joan Zimmerman, Ph.D. What native pine trees can you ... W, X, Y, Z. The Pine Family of Southern California as in Peterson's Native Trees of Southern California. Peterson reports that you can see the Pine Family (Pinaceae) in Southern California in these ...
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Mugo Pine
... if looking for a more dwarf type Mugo Pine choose among the many compact selections. Family: Pinaceae Lighting: Full sun. Turn the tree ... roots. Pests and diseases: Pests: Mugo Pine is a favored host for Pine sawfly and Pine needle scale. Some adelgids will appear as ... Diplodia tip blight is a common problem and Mugo Pine is very sensitive. This pine is susceptible to rusts. Canker diseases may rarely ...
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Japanese White Pine
... Often seen as a dense, conical form when young, Japanese White Pine develops into a 25 to 50-foot-tall, graceful, irregularly-shaped ... so this tree is also known as "five-needle pine", especially the cultivar P. pentaphylla. Family: Pinaceae Lighting: Full sun. Temperature: Zone 4B to ... pines. Because of the rugged quality of the five-needle pine, a strong rectangular pot should be used. Pines need a ...
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Canary Islands Pine Forests
... leaves. The pine forests are characterised by the presence of two shrubby legumes: Adenocarpus viscosus, Chamaecytisus proliferus and Lotus hildebrandtii, a small herbaceous plant, still belonging to the family of legumes, ... and Micromeria varia are more bound to the degraded areas of the pine forests, where there are fewer pine-trees. The largest extensions of this kind of vegetation can be ...
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