Trees from a distance

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  1. JD3000

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    Doin the happy dance
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    Someone else is welcome to post one
     
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    A Festivus miracle! This thread is back baby!

    Fraser fir?
     
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    Shoot, too easy.
     
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    Here's another:

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    Incomplete coat rack?
     
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    Hint: it's an unadorned aluminum pole, which is praised for its high strength to weight ratio
     
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    Uhmmmm...homemade air spade?
     
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    Shoot...my next guess was a soon-to-be little league Louisville slugger.

    Foiled again by a Festivus Disaster...
     
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    Easy but cultivar is important
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    Pinus flexilis 'Glauca'?
     
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    Very close guess but this one is much slower.
     
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    P. flexilis 'Vanderwolfs Pyramid'?
     
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    Not flexilis
     
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    Pinus cembra 'Glauca'
     
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    Nyet.

    This cultivar has a tendency to really slow down lower limb growth in favor of those above.

    Not sure if this holds true for the species but I suppose I could break out Dirr...
     
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    Bump.

    Asian pine.
     
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    Any takers?

    Bunch of arborists and all...
     

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