Published by Daniel Mosquin on August 1, 2005
Family / Families: Pinaceae Scientific Name(s): Pinus strobus L.
Location(s): near Sioux Narrows, Ontario, Canada Entry Author(s): Daniel Mosquin
Copyright Holder(s): Daniel Mosquin
Image License: Creative Commons License Tags: Canada, named by Linnaeus, Ontario, Photo by Daniel, Pinaceae
Pinus strobus in Ontario, Canada
This photo of an eastern white pine near Sioux Narrows, Ontario, was inspired in part by Arthur Lismer’s A September Gale.
Pinus strobus has a long history of human use.
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Thank you for your wonderful presentations. It provides great relaxing pleasure EACH day in the course of hectic activities. It is a retreat to tune in each day to a new creation in the outside world away from business activities. They also allow me to provide a flower each day to my wife….. Very sincerely appreciated. Keep up the superlative effort.
I find your photos very interesting. The botanical names. I have many photos of flowers that I have taken. Don’t know the names of most of them. Is there any way that I can post them on your site. So someone can give me some idea of what they are? Thanks
Hey Artifacts, we certainly do have a place for you to post pictures for plant ID. Take a look at our UBC Botanical Garden Forums and in particular the Plant Identification Forum. You can learn a lot of plants just by reading through the pages of that forum. It is also fun to go through the old posts that have been identified to see if you can ID the plant before you scroll down to the answer. You will not be able to post your own images unless you register for the Forums. It only takes a moment and you will get more out of the experience if registered.
We look forward to having you join us,
Eric La Fountaine (Forums Moderator)
Pinus strobus – Z3 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
Pinus strobus – Z4-9 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk
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