The Uncle Fogy tree is a pine tree. It is an evergreen and a conifer. It looks tilted in a way and it is a weeping form of a Jack Pine. Some of the Uncle Fogy trees have a tilted trunk. The Uncle Fogy tree has the colors like most trees, brown trunk, and green needles.
The scientific name is Pinus. The height is about one-hundred centimeters. It grows to be four feet tall and spreads to 12-15 feet wide within ten years. The younger trees do not produce pines.
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