How do I identify pines

Identify pines

Identify pines using the needles

Needle:

The needles are two-needle, up to 4 cm long, oblong, green to green-yellowish and the tip is slightly rounded. The needles are whisked on the branch.

Needle:

The needle has five needles on a base and is blue-green. The needles are slightly edged and therefore not completely round. The needles are up to 8 cm long.

Needle:

There are 2 to 5 needles about 20 cm long on a base. The needles are relatively soft.

Needle:

There are always five awning pine needles on a leaf base. The needles are dark green to blue-green and up to 4 cm long. There are often resin stains on the needles.

Needle:

The needles stand in threes on a needle base. The needles are approx. 20 cm long, blue-green, slightly twisted and triangular in cross-section.

Needle:

The needles stand in pairs on a needle base and grow up to 8 cm long. The needles are twisted and shiny green.

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