Pinus inops Aiton

Photo credit: Original from Descr. Pinus courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library - (provided by Missouri Botanical Garden) modified to provide labels.


Family: Pinaceae

Genus: Pinus


...found principally in the interior parts of North America, upon mountains and hills, in a dry soil, composed of sand and pebbles. Its stem is seldom very straight; the length of it is usually from fifteen to twenty feet, and the circumference about one foot and a half. (Desc. Pinus)


Published in Hort. Kew. 3: 367 in 1789. Also published in Desc. Pinus 1: t.13 p.18 #9 in 1803 (and in ed.3 #11 in 1832)

Synonym of Pinus virginiana Mill.

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