Pinus flexilis (Limber pine conifer)

Pinus flexilis - conifer - Pinus flexilis, commonly called limber pine typically grows 25-60’ tall with a pyramidal habit maturing over time to a more rounded form. Branches grow spreading to ascending, often persisting to the base of the trunk. It features dark green to bluish green needles in bundles of five and short-stalked, thick-scaled, brown cones to 8” long. Cones fall to the ground without disintegrating. It has a straight to contorted trunk 24 to 36 inches (60 – 90 cm) in diameter. Bark light grey in color, nearly smooth, becoming dark brown and cross-checked in age into scaly plates and ridges. Family : Pinaceae

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Pinus flexilis (Limber pine conifer)

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