Virginia pine

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Virginia pine

A pine tree (Pinus virginiana) of the eastern United States, having short needles in pairs, prickly cones, and drooping branches. Also called scrub pine.
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Virgin′ia pine′

a pine, Pinus virginiana, of the eastern U.S., that grows in poor soil and has needles in groups of two.
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Noun1.Virginia pine - common small shrubby pine of the eastern United States having straggling often twisted or branches and short needles in bunches of 2Virginia pine - common small shrubby pine of the eastern United States having straggling often twisted or branches and short needles in bunches of 2
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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Selected stands had been planted or naturally regenerated with loblolly pine (Pinus taeda), as determined by the VDOF forester responsible for the stand, and they usually contained a large number of loblolly pine "volunteers" or natural regeneration, with a few stands containing large numbers of Virginia pine (Pinus virginiana) volunteers.
My data from a 2011 Virginia pine Christmas tree show quite uniform growth, with a spacing of 15 to 16 cm per whorl on average.
Hawaii, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Wyoming, and Rhode Island are still bereft of royalty, but with the discovery of a 188-point Virginia Pine in Sussex County, Delaware is back in the Register.
For example, if you plant a Virginia pine at a low elevation, the tree will grow crooked.
The watersheds are dominated by old field sites that were abandoned after the civil war and reclaimed by native short-leaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) and Virginia pine (Pinus virginiana) as well as a mix of hardwood species such as white oak (Quercus alba), scarlet oak (Qnercus coccinea Muenchh.) hickory (Carya spp.), red maple (Acer rubrum), and black gum (Nyssa sylvatica Marsh.).
Families from all over the state--and some from as far away as Tennessee--come here to cut down their own fresh Leland cypress, Virginia pine, Eastern red cedar, or Carolina Sapphire trees during the holiday season, which officially kicks off Thanksgiving day.
softwood mills continue to use varying mixtures of loblolly, shortleaf, slash, longleaf, and sometimes Virginia pine with chips coming from both roundwood-a combination of juvenile and mature wood-and sawmill slabs that are 100% mature wood.
He sells condoms to Africa, Virginia pine heartwood which is 150 years old to panel a new Dept of State conference room etc.
A relatively open forest composed primarily of chestnut oak (Quercus prinus L.) and Virginia pine (Pinus virginiana Mill.) grows in this area.
Scotch Pine Canadian, Northeastern U.S., and Atlantic regions Virginia Pine Southeastern U.S.
He got out his order book and asked: "Name please?" The customer bent down, looked at the label on the tree and said: "Virginia Pine."
In Tok, George and Virginia Pine have operated Pine Sawmill for 25 years.

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