Help ID sapling

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Please help ID, was brought to me from Hungary
 

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walawelo

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5, Its not a native pine species in my area. some ID apps returned different north american pines like eastern white pine but they are never accurate
 

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Maybe Pinus strobus, native to North America. White pine group.

Pinus wallichiana could be another candidate, I suppose that young seedlings are not weeping like mature trees.

It might also be Pinus cembra which is actually native in Europe : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinus_cembra
 
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Are not all 5 needles smooth and similar when young or new growth?
 

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