Any tree of the coniferous genus Pinus. See Pinus.
The wood of the pine tree.
Any number of different species of softwood known for their beautiful color and characteristic look.
Fresh, woody, earthy, balsamic. Uplifting, clearing. Found in our Victorie aroma Candle.
Soft wood that is white or pale yellow. Knotty pine is used extensively for paneling and plywood, cabinets and doors. Dries easily and does not shrink or swell much with changes in humidity. One of the least expensive woods for furniture production.
Sacred to the Druids, the pine was known as one of the seven chieftan trees of the Irish. Burn the needles inside for purification. To purify and sanctify an outdoor ritual area, brush thr ground with a pine branch.
any of a genus of coniferous evergreen trees that have slender elongated needles and include some valuable timber trees and ornamentals Mississippi: Early Logging
a type of tree
Softwood used for making less expensive furniture and often for the frames and carcasses of more expensive pieces. Reeding Decoration in the form of parallel ribbing, especially on columns and pilasters or on the legs of furniture. Sconce Wall light consisting of a backplate and candle holders.
The portion of a wood lane beyond the splice and up to the pin deck. See also "heads", "maple".
Soft, knotty wood used as a solid wood on country or rustic furniture.
Any of the various softwoods of the genus Pinus.
This type of softwood that has a color range from white to pink and yellow. This can also refer to medium and darker wood stains.
pine is any of various evergreen trees of the genus "pinus". these trees have needle-shaped leaves that grow in clusters, and they also bear cones. pine wood is soft, fine, and of uniform texture. its color ranges from creamy white to light brown, and usually yellows with age. pine is believed to symbolize healing, fertility, protection and money.
Trees that are generally evergreen (having leaves throughout the year); typical southern species include loblolly, longleaf, shortleaf, or slash pine.
A tree that grows in a variety of locations around the world. The wood varies from very soft to hard, is light weight and straight grained. It is white or yellowish in color.
A soft, durable wood that is light in color with a straight, medium coarse grain; ideal for distressed and rustic, decorative finishes.
( Pinus) Pine, in its many species, proved an all-purpose resource for early American Indians, who used its aromatic resin widely—from a sealant in building to a salve for burns. Today, its resin adds flexible, lasting hold to our Air ControlTM Hair Spray.
Any of the coniferous evergreen trees of the genus Pinus. Represented in the North Country by three prominent species, the Jack Pine ( Pinus banksiana), Red Pine ( Pinus resinosa), and the stately White Pine ( Pinus strobus). Also used in reference to the Pine Family Pinaceæ, which includes the pines, spruces, firs, and hemlocks. From the Latin pinus, "pine tree."
A pine is a coniferous tree of the genus Pinus, in the family Pinaceae. There are about 115 species of pine, although different authors accept anything from 105 to 125 species.