Pinus rigida seeds. Hard pine. SEEDS 20 PCS.
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Pinus rigida (Latin: Pinus rigida) is a North American plant species of the genus Pinus in the Pinaceae family.

A tree up to 31 m in height, the trunk of which reaches 0.9 m in diameter, with a rounded or irregular crown. The bark is red-brown, deeply furrowed, cracking into thick irregular scaly pieces. Needles persist for 2-3 years. Needles collected in bundles usually 3, less often 5, up to 15 cm long, straight, various shades of yellow-green; the edges of the needles are notched. Male strobils are cylindrical in shape, about 2 cm long, yellow in color. Female strobils are biennial, immature-conical or ovate, then opening and becoming broadly ovate, red-brown or pale brown, 3-9 cm long. Scales are hard, with a pointed tip.

Hard pine is common in Eastern North America. The Northern border of the natural range is southwestern Ontario and southern Quebec. To the West, the range of Pinus rigida reaches Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. The southern border is South Carolina and Georgia.

On the territory of the former USSR, it is common in culture in the Baltic States, Belarus, and Ukraine. In the plantings of the Bryansk forestry Institute at the age of 23, it reached a height of 5.4 m, with a trunk diameter of 10.2 cm. On the southern coast of the Crimea, due to the dry climate, it did not take root. It grows well on the black sea coast of the Caucasus. It is recommended to plant in small groups or tapeworms.
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