Scots pine

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Scots pine

n.
A pine tree (Pinus sylvestris) having twisted needles arranged in fascicles of two and valued for timber and as an ornamental. It is native to Eurasia and is widely planted in North America. Also called Scotch pine.

Scots pine

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Scotch pine

n
1. (Plants) a coniferous tree, Pinus sylvestris, of Europe and W and N Asia, having blue-green needle-like leaves and brown cones with a small prickle on each scale: a valuable timber tree
2. (Forestry) the wood of this tree
Official name: Scots fir or Scotch fir
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Noun1.Scots pine - medium large two-needled pine of northern Europe and Asia having flaking red-brown barkScots pine - medium large two-needled pine of northern Europe and Asia having flaking red-brown bark
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
Translations

Scots pine

npino silvestre
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Dr Browning said:"Near the memorial at Yad Vashem are rosemary bushes, for remembrance, and Scots Pines.
Although local Scots pines have access to abundant nutrients because their canopies are limited from heavy browsing, these trees presumably invest in regrowth of a few large shoots.
Since being planted in the 1870s, our Scots pines have thankfully been left alone and are now part of the landscape.
The purpose of an earlier visit that Ann and I had made to this area was to say hello to one of the oldest Scots pines (Pinus sylvestris) in Scotland.
Scots pines grow into an infinite variety of shapes.
In September 2005 three Scots pines with a similar habitus of the crown were selected in each sample plot for analysis so that they would represent average trees within each sample plot.
Beyond the fencing behind you Scots pines grow closely together, providing shelter.
Middlesbrough Council and Acklam 2020 are working together to improve the appearance of the avenue and protect the existing beech trees and Scots pines, many of which date back to the early 19th century.
Five Star Junior has proved a bargain buy for the 12-strong Linda Stubbs yard and the 5-4 favourite rattled off a four-timer for his new connections in the Scots Pines Handicap.
FIVE Star Junior is proving a real money spinner for his new connections and completed a dazzling fourtimer in the Scots Pines Handicap at Lingfield.