Pinus ponderosa lone is a ponderosa pine procedural vegetation model simulating isolated specimens which grow unobstructed in the wild. The Pinus ponderosa, found in the Rocky Mountains from BC to North Mexico at 300-3100 meters, is a commonly occurring large pine with a regular pyramidal shape, growing up to 50 meters tall. Often confused with Pinus jeffreyii, it can be distinguished by smaller cones (2x smaller), bigger size, and greener needles. Despite its significance as a timber species in the western US, it's mainly cultivated as an ornamental tree elsewhere.
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