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  2. Pine Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

    pine. 2 of 2 noun. 1. : any of a genus of evergreen trees that have narrow needles for leaves, cones, and wood ranging from very soft to hard and that include valuable timber trees as well as many ornamentals. 2. : the white or yellow wood of a pine. piney adjective.

  3. pine, (genus Pinus ), genus of about 115 species of evergreen conifers of the pine family ( Pinaceae ), distributed throughout the world but native primarily to northern temperate regions. Pines and other conifers are key members of the taiga (boreal forests), coniferous forests, and mixed forests throughout the world, and many pine species are iconic or characteristic constituents of a number of specific ecosystems, such as the longleaf pine ( Pinus palustris) ecosystem of the southern ...

  4. Pine - Wikipedia

    Pine may also refer to the lumber derived from pine trees; it is one of the more extensively used types of lumber. The pine family is the largest conifer family and there are currently 818 named cultivars (or trinomials ) recognized by the ACS.

  5. Pine - North American pines | Britannica

    The sugar pine ( P. lambertiana) of California is the largest known pine, often 60 to 70 metres (197 to 230 feet) tall, with a trunk diameter of 2 or even 3.5 metres (6.5 to 11.5 feet). Its crown is pyramidal with horizontal or slightly drooping branches. Its cones are the longest of any pine species, reaching up to 61 cm (24 inches) in length.

  6. 10 Types of Pine Trees Everyone Should Know | American ...

    10 of the best pines for gardens and one to avoid 1. Pinus densiflora ‘Low Glow’ Close up showing branching and trunk Low Glow Japanese red pine (USDA zone 5) has a spreading habit, lush green needles and when mature, reddish textured bark. It is slow-growing and well-behaved, requiring little pruning or special care.

  7. noun a coniferous tree synonyms: pine tree, true pine see more noun straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus see more verb have a desire for something or someone who is not present synonyms: ache, languish, yearn, yen see more Think you’ve got a good vocabulary? Take our quiz.

  8. Pine trees are evergreen coniferous trees that are native to most countries in the Northern Hemisphere. Pine trees belong to the family Pinaceae and the genus Pinus. It is estimated that there are over 126 species of pine trees in the world. Pines are resinous trees that are related to other types of conifers such as fir trees, cedars, and spruces.