Native from central California to Baja on rocky slopes.
Height seldom exceeds 100’.
Needles are 3 to a bundle, 6-14” long, stiff and sharp-pointed. Overall color of tree is green-blue.
Seed cones are most massive of any pine, 8-14” long with a weight of 5-8 lbs. Cone scales have “claws” at the end.
Very rare in Portland.
#181 was planted by Joseph A. Manning in the 1920s.
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This tree was planted by Joseph A. Manning in the 1920s.