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2012-06-17 10:26:17
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Pine trees are evergreen, coniferous softwoods.


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Pine trees grow in coniferous forests

Coniferous trees bear cones such as pine trees, fir trees, and spruce trees...Pine trees bear pine cones.Conifers; Coniferous plants

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Pine trees are trees that don't lose their needles in winter and maple trees do.Maple trees don't have needles.

Trees with needles, like pine and balsam.

Ever Green trees or pine trees

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why cant you smell pine from your pine trees?

No, Pine Trees have pine needles, not leaves

Fir, or Spruce trees. The type of tree they all (including Pine) are is "Evergreen".

No, pine trees are not sexual.

Pine trees are not seedless. The seeds are located in the pine cones.

Pine trees have quite a few things that fern and mosses do not. Pine trees have pine cones and a wooden trunk.

A plantation (area of trees) of pine trees

No, pine trees do not produce flowers.

Pine trees are sometimes also called conifer trees. This is because pine trees produce cones that are planted to grow more pine trees.

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No, there is only pine trees in pine forests. I think?

Pine trees grow in coniferous forest, usually in northern regions, where the climate is cold and the soil rich enough to sustain them.

Yes, of course pine trees are real. That's where pine needles and pine cones come from.

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