The Pinus jeffreyi juvenile procedural vegetation model simulates Jeffrey pines in their infancy, from seedling to approximatively 11 years old. Pinus jeffreyi is primarily found in California and Baja California, growing between 1000-3000 meters in altitude. It has a regular pyramidal shape and reaches a mature height of 30 meters, with some rare specimens growing up to 40 meters. Often mistaken for Pinus ponderosa, it can be differentiated by its larger cones (2x bigger), smaller size, and bluish needles.
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