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Red Pine

Pinus resinosa


The red pine is a coniferous species native to North America. It is found across most of Ontario from Lake Nipigon across to Quebec, and south to the Great Lakes. It typically grows 20-30 meters tall; it needs sun and space to grow, it is intolerant of shade but does well in windy sites. It grows best in well-drained soil. It is a long-lived tree, reaching a maximum age of about 500 years. A common tree of forest plantations in eastern Canada; uniform in growth and form; little genetic variation.


Bundles in 2, straight, 12–18 cm long. The leaves snap cleanly when bent.


Slender and straight, thick and gray-brown at the base of the tree, but thin, flaky and bright orange-red in the upper crown.


Oval, 4–6 cm long,

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