In a nearby park there is a line of 5 pine trees, close enough that their trunks are almost touching.

Are there enough trees to justify adding them as a tree row?

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Judge by your own discretion. There is no minimum number of trees defined. On the other hand I think the intent of the introduction of tree_row was to simplify mapping (add one line instead of x individual tree nodes). So your question should rather be: Do you have enough information, ambition and disposition to map the individual trees then by all means to so. Do you want to take the easy way then map a tree row. Do you want to be super detailed then map the individual trees plus connect them with a tree row.

Isn't there a sixth tree to the right? Include that in a tree row as well.

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