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Evergreen conifer tree with a moderate growth rate. Narrow, pyramidal form when young. Conical with descending branches when older. Large, straight trunk. One of the most important timber pines in North America. The most common and widespread pine in North America. It was one of the pines written about by Lewis and Clark while on their western expedition. Wood is light and straight-grained.
Zones: 3 - 7 Native to: Western North America Size: 60-130' tall by 25-30' wide
Needles: color: dark green size: 4-8"
Fruit: type: cone color: light red-brown size: 2-6"
Bark & Wood: color: brown-black or orange-brown texture: deep fissures and scaly plates
Uses: landscaping, windbreak, wood value
Culture: Does not grow well outside of its native area. Needs deep, damp, well-drained soil and large, sunny locations. Tolerates drought but not late frost. Grows naturally in a wide variety of conditions and is generally tolerant.
Tolerances: sun, drought, dry soil