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jjjenkin Columbia, MD (Zone 6a) I have very limited knowledge of pine tree types. I took pics of several aspects in hopes someone can identify it. Thanks so much,
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growin Vancouver, BC (Zone 8b) Maybe an Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus)
ViburnumValley Scott County, KY (Zone 5b) Agree with
growin - Pinus strobus. This is a very commonly planted native conifer, and a relatively quick grower.
You can also take a look at the needles to add an ID feature. Pine needles are arranged in "bundles" where they are attached to the branches. Eastern White Pine has bundles of 5 needles. Other pines can commonly have bundles of 2 or 3, and more rarely 1 or 4 (at least in eastern North America).
jjjenkin Columbia, MD (Zone 6a) Great, looks like the one after checking the needle count. Good intel to have, thanks to you both.
ViburnumValley Scott County, KY (Zone 5b) You are welcome - and welcome aboard. You live in an area rich with many wonderful trees.
Resin Northumberland United Kingdom (Zone 9a) Ditto to
jjjenkin Columbia, MD (Zone 6a) Took a picture of the needle stack - 5! Thanks again.
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