|Botanical Name||Pinus sylvestris|
|Common Name||Scots Pine|
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|Notes||We call them Scots Pine but these British natives can be found right across Northern Europe and Asia where they have many local names. Distinguished from the nearby Monterey Pines by the orange bark on the upper tree, the short, lighter green needles that grow in twos not threes, and the smaller seed cones that drop from the tree as soon as they are mature. |
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