A saw large enough for most eastern and southern timbers would not slab a sugar pine log.
The sugar pine is the tallest of the genus and attains a height of 50 or 60 metres.
The mountain pine is closely related to the sugar pine, though the cones are only about four to six inches long.
The sugar pine grows to enormous size and has a noble appearance.
In this way the yellow pine sometimes chokes out the cedar, and the fir gets the advantage of the sugar pine.
In any event, he set a match to a long burr of a sugar pine.
From that day until the present time the sugar pine mills have been busy.
The sugar pine is as free from conventionalities as the most picturesque oaks.
sugar pine resembles, but is not as desirable as, white pine.
For lumber this tree is nearly as valuable as the sugar pine.