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noun: An arboretum of coniferous trees such as pines.
From Latin pinetum (pine grove), from pinus (pine). Earliest documented use: 1828.
“At RHS Garden Wisley, conifers were traditionally sent to the pinetum, where they were expected to reach towering proportions.”
Matthew Pottage; Conifers That Came in from the Cold; The Daily Telegraph (London, UK); Dec 9, 2017.
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