lodgepole pine


lodge·pole pine

noun \ˈläj-ˌpōl-\

Definition of LODGEPOLE PINE

:  any of several pines of western North America with needles in pairs and short ovoid usually asymmetric cones: as
a :  a small chiefly coastal pine (Pinus contorta var. contorta) with thick deeply furrowed bark and hard strong coarse-grained medium-light wood
b :  a tall straight pine (P. contorta var. latifolia) with thin and little furrowed bark and soft weak fine-grained lightweight wood

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