Here was pointed out a fine, lofty specimen of the umbrella tree, of the pine family, with broad leaves of a deep green.
If you find a tree with cones on it, you know it belongs to the pine family.
The pine family camped below us, used our corral, at our invitation, and set placidly to work.
In woods of the pine family, it will not do at all, on account of the pitchy sap.
The gingko belongs to the yew family, which is akin to the pine family.
There were still the same trees, belonging, for the most part, to the pine family.
The Austrian pine and the Scotch pine are welcome additions to our own pine family.
The flowers are abundant and bright red, more showy than is ordinary in the pine family.
Some members of the pine family endure fire much better than others.
Alerce, a-lers′, n. the wood of the sandarac-tree: the Chilian Arbor vit—both of the pine family.