I've read people have them as christmas trees and bring them in for the worst of winter then take them back out in spring, that may be a possibility for overwintering if it gets too cold.You will tomorrow. I just couldnt get good pics of them in the dark. The only issue i see having is they dont like cold from what ive read, but i will figure something out. And like my jack pine there is not much info on them as far as the time of year to do things to them.
I agree with @garywood that's juvenile foliage, the only true 1 needle pine is a native where I am it's the single needle pinionAnother thing I noticed is this is a 1 needle pine at least I'm only counting 1 needle. My indoor system has some pretty bright light with lots of humidity, so I might try that until the move..I really don't like the idea of a outside tree being inside though.
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