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Pinus bungeana

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Lacebark Pine

FAMILY: PINACEAE

Pinus bungeana - Lacebark Pine

About Lacebark Pine at OSU’s Landscape Plants site

  • Native to Northern and Central China
  • Reaches heights of 50’ with a range of 30-50’
  • 2-4” long needles grow in bunches of three
  • Striking bark with a mottled pattern of gray, green, and light-colored plates
  • Yellow and brown cones are 2-2.5” in length
  • Rare in Portland
Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
331

4600 SW Maplewood Dr

Private, Back Yard

56' Height

10' Circ.

Pinus bungeana - Lacebark Pine