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I found this tree (pictures below) which was uprooted and left without a ball sticking of a trashcan along the road about 2 month ago and it seems to have recovered well so far. I know it's not the best canvas to work with but I can't stand seeing plants thrown away.
Anyway I am not really familiar with pines but after looking at a lot of pictures and web sites I believe it might be a Pinus Virginiana but still a little leery..

Any help would be great.
 

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Vance Wood

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I found this tree (pictures below) which was uprooted and left without a ball sticking of a trashcan along the road about 2 month ago and it seems to have recovered well so far. I know it's not the best canvas to work with but I can't stand seeing plants thrown away.
Anyway I am not really familiar with pines but after looking at a lot of pictures and web sites I believe it might be a Pinus Virginiana but still a little leery..

Any help would be great.

It looks like Virginia Pine. Native species. They make reasonable bonsai.
 

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Thanks Vance. I thought so but just wanted another opinion just to be certain.
 
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