Lodge-pole pines (Pinus contorta Douglas ex Loudon): two trees in open landscape

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Lodge-pole pines (Pinus contorta Douglas ex Loudon): two trees in open landscape. Coloured lithograph, c1857. Pines are among the most used timber plants, and lodge-pole pines are often grown in plantations. Created 1857. Botany (- 19th century). Plants – California. Trees. Plants – Oregon. Pinaceae. Pine. Useful. Plants. Lodgepole pine. Cultivated. Plants. Work ID: en3fmy88.

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