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On Feb 26, 2005, salvia_lover from Modi'in Israel wrote:
Joint Pine can grow as a stand alone bush/shrub to a height of 60-100 centimeters. However, it can also grow as a climber when given something to climb on. In this situation it can grow to the height of whichever tree it is using as a support.
Joint Pine is also void of leaves and the job of photosynthesis is taken over by the green stems.