Grey Pine

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About

Common Names
Grey Pine
Classification
Woody, Evergreen, Tree
Description
A moderately sized coniferous evergreen tree, which grows in northern latitudes and high elevations. These trees have a distinct grey coloured bark. They grow tall and straight trunks with branches forming a flat crown at the apex. Grey pine wood is used in timber construction, and is an excellent hot burning fuel source.

Ecology

Rarity
Common
Distribution
Temperate to arctic, forests, hills and mountains.
Life Cycle
Grey pines bear cones which release wind borne seeds in the heat of mid-summer. These seeds sprout and begin growing in the fall, before winter.

Uses

Cultivation
none
Culinary
none
Medicinal
none
Other
Fuel, Resin, Timber

Culture

Stories

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