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Pinus bungeana
Lacebark Pine

The bark of Lacebark Pine is its prime ornamental feature, best cultivated in specimens that have the lower twigs and branchlets removed, to promote full sun exposure. This specimen has a high level of orange on a smooth surface, while most others have a predominance of white, green, and gray. Many have highly exfoliating (flaky) bark on the younger trunks and branches.


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