shore pine

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Noun1.shore pine - shrubby two-needled pine of coastal northwestern United Statesshore pine - shrubby two-needled pine of coastal northwestern United States; red to yellow-brown bark fissured into small squares
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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The deforestation project came to the public agenda when the ministry surprisingly approved Bay-atar's request last week despite the fact that the land on which the stone quarry is going to be expanded is heavily forested, featuring beech, cedar, chestnut, larch, linden, oak, pine, shore pine and willow trees.
Eastern white pine does not perform as well as Scots pine, Japanese black pine, or shore pine. If the property gets any type of salt spray from high winds, Eastern while pine will burn due to its low salt tolerance.
Large-scale experiments were accomplished with shore pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.
It supports scattered stands of Pinus contorta subspecies contorta (shore pine) and Pinus muricata (bishop pine).
Low variability was also found in the leaf oil of the coastal variety of lodgepole pine, the socalled shore pine (P.
They played baseball on the beach, played music at "Cap's Beach Resort" just down Highway 101 and, when wives and friends visited, hung out at the nearby Shore Pine Cottages, which featured a cleaned and cured skeleton, "Tillie the Whale."
State 103 ends at Leadbetter Point State Park, with its hiking trails and bird-watching platform, but we stopped in little Oysterville, a place out of time, its well-preserved 19th-century houses and picket fences wresting order from the seaside tangle of cypress and salal, shore pine and alder.
One cut some shore pine and piled it to block people from using the old trail.
The momentary discord vanished faster than a whiffle ball fouled into a cluster of shore pine.
The tall golden Hinoki false cypress echoes the yellow of the yarrow, while the bronze-red flowers of coreopsis and gaillardia add punch and contrast handsomely with the shore pine's cool blue needles.

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