Pinus Uncinata Half Standard




Mountain pine (Pinus uncinata) is a fairly small conifer closely related to, and sometimes treated as a subspecies of, the mugo pine (Pinus mugo).

The mountain pine’s wood is used for light constructions and firewood but, as a result of its limited yield, the wood is not of any particular value.

Grows on moist soils in attitudes from 200 – 2400m, it is tolerant of cold temperatures and is often found in frost hollows and peat bog habitats.

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