Pinus jeffreyi lone is a Jeffrey pine procedural vegetation model, simulating the organic shape of single tree specimens growing in isolation in the wild. The Jeffrey pine grows mainly in California and Baja California, between 1000-3000 meters altitude. With a regular pyramidal shape and a mature height of around 30 meters (rare specimens can reach 40 meters), it is often confused with Pinus ponderosa. The distinction between the two can be made by observing the larger cones (2x bigger than ponderosa), smaller size, and bluish tinted needles of the Jeffrey pine.
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