lacebark pine - Pinaceae Pinus bungeana

Foliage

lacebark pine Foliage

Bark

lacebark pine Bark

Twig

lacebark pine Twig

Flower

lacebark pine Flower

Fruit

lacebark pine Fruit

Form

lacebark pine Form
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Taxonomy

FamilyPinaceae
GenusPinus
Speciesbungeana
Common Namelacebark pine
iTree CodePIBU

Plant Form

FormTree; concurrent
Height50 feet
Spread35 feet
DeciduousNo

Identification Description

FoliageNeedles stay three to four years, margins are finely toothed and needles are very rigid and sharp to the touch. Dark green, raised midrib that makes the inside slightly roundedLeaf Type Information IconNeedle
Needles3
BarkExfoliating in patches similar to a sycamore tree, young stems are greenish with white or brown areas spread throughout
Budreddish-brown, scale tips spreadingBud Arrangement Information IconNone
Twiggrayish-green, shiny and glaborous
FlowerMonoecious flowers
FruitCones are terminal or lateral and 2 to 3 inches long at 2 inches wide, Light yellowish brown
Fall ColorMedium to dark green

Site Characteristics

USDA Zones   info for zonespH LevelsSalt Tolerance
Min5aMin-99.0SoilUnknown
Max7bMax-99.0SprayUnknown

Shade ToleranceDrought ToleranceAllelopathy
UnknownUnknownUnknown

Species Status

Nebraska Native
U.S. Native
Region of OriginChina