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longleaf pine Pinaceae Pinus palustris Mill. symbol: PIPA2 Leaf: Evergreen needles, very long and feathery (8 to 18 inches long), with three dark green needles per fascicle; tend to be tufted at branch tips. Flower: Species is monoecious; males yellow-red, long, in clusters; females oval, purple. Fruit: Very large (la
Pinus palustris Mill Pinus palustris Mill. Longleaf Pine Pinaceae -- Pine family W. D. Boyer Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris), whose species name means "of the marsh," has been locally referred to as longstraw, yellow, southern yellow, swamp, hard or heart, pitch, and Georgia pine. In presettlement times, thi
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Pinus palustris, commonly known as the longleaf pine, is a pine native to the southeastern United States , found along the coastal plain from eastern Texas to southeast Virginia , extending into northern and central Florida . It reaches a height of and a diameter of . In the past, they reportedly grew to with a diamete
Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus L.)   Common names: Northern white pine,   white pine, soft pine, northern pine...   Height: 75-100ft   Diameter: 2-4 ft   Showy flower: no   Fall colors: no-evergreen   Drought tolerant: no   Annual rainfall: 20-80   Soil Needs: moist, san
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