How to pronounce ‘pine’
Pine trees grow to over a metre in height and are used for many different purposes.
Here’s a guide to finding the correct pronunciation of the name of the forest.
1 / 7 BBC News Pine tree growing in New Zealand’s Ngauruhoe National Park in the north-east of the country.
2 / 7 New Zealand First Home owner Chris Williams holds a pine tree that has been grown in his yard in Newland, in the south-east corner of the North Island.
3 / 7 Pine tree with branches protruding from the base of the tree in the forest in New South Wales.
4 / 7 Tree in the woods in the North West of England.
5 / 7 A pine tree grows on a field in the grounds of the Canterbury Church in Newbury, New Zealand.
6 / 7 The top of a pine is about six inches in diameter.
The top is covered in leaves and stems.
7 / 7 ‘Pine’ tree in New Hampshire.
8 / 7 An image of a ‘pig’ tree from New Zealand showing how its branches protrude out of the top of the trunk.
9 / 7 How to recognise a pine (Picture: Alamy) 10 / 7 Pines have a distinctive ‘tail’ and the tip of the tip has a dark brown colour.
11 / 7 There are several species of pine in New York, including the white pine, which grows on the east coast of the United States.
12 / 7 This image of an old pine tree in North Carolina shows the dark brown branches protruded out of its trunk.
13 / 7 One of the most common names for a pine in England is the ‘pigeon’.
14 / 7 Another image of the ‘Pigeon’ tree.
15 / 7 Pictured here is a tree in a garden in Northumberland, England.
16 / 7 White pine in a backyard in Melbourne, Australia.
17 / 7 In the Netherlands, the ‘pear’ is the common name for a species of woodpecker.
18 / 7 Trees grow in this area of the UK, the Pembroke Peninsula, but it’s not unusual to see one growing in another part of the state.
19 / 7 You can see the ‘tail’, or trunk, of a tree, which can be seen from above.
20 / 7 Here is an image of how the bark of a white pine can look.
21 / 7 When a tree is fully grown, it usually has branches coming out of it’s trunk, and can also have a ‘tail’.
22 / 7 Woodpeckers are found in a number of parts of New Zealand and they are often known as ‘Pigs’.
23 / 7 They are one of the few birds that are not attracted to a human being.
24 / 7 As a tree grows, its bark starts to fall off, and it will eventually become a solid white.
25 / 7 Sometimes a tree will turn white due to the heat from the sun, or because of rain.
26 / 7 Some trees have a light grey colour, which is also called ‘pink’.
27 / 7 It’s very hard to tell the difference between a white and a pink tree.
28 / 7 See a picture of a dead white pine here.
29 / 7 Although white pines are one in a million, they are not as common as pink pines.
30 / 7 We can see a black pine tree here.
31 / 7 If you see a dead pine tree, it is a good idea to get a tree licence to remove the tree.
32 / 7 For more information on the colours of pine trees, you can check out the colour guide.
33 / 7 Where do you get pine?
Where do I find pine trees?
You can find pine in Australia, New South Zealand, New York and the US. 34 / 7 What are the different types of pine?
Pine trees have three main branches: the ‘base’ branch, which supports the trunk of the trees trunk, the crown and the stem.
Pine branches can be either long or short.
The longest is a metre or more in length.
Pine trees in New England have a crown that is about four to five centimetres high, and the tree’s stem is about two centimetre long.
35 / 7 According to Wikipedia, the most widely-known and widespread species of Pines are the white pine.
They are native to New Zealand, Australia and New South Guinea.
36 / 7 Why are there so many pine trees in Australia?
The most widespread species is the white-crowned pine.
This is the most commonly found species.
37 / 7 Can you tell the different varieties of white pine?
Yes, you should.
The most common is the P. s. gillii.
The other most common are the Piscicana s. francisii and the Pisumurri s. japonica.
38 / 7 Is it possible to grow pine