Pinus densiflora


Red Pine


Pinus densiflora - Japanese Red Pine

About Japanese Red Pine at OSU's Landscape Plants site

  • Native to Japan, China, and Korea.

  • Record heights in wild to are over 160’.

  • Needles are 2 to a bundle and 3-5” long.

  • Seed cones are abundant, 1.5-2” long, and remain on the tree for several years.

  • Bark is orangey-red, becoming gray on trunks of old trees.

  • Relatively rare in Portland except for the small ‘Tanyosho’ which resembles a shaving brush when pruned.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes

110 NE 39th Ave

Right of Way

42' Height

36' Spread

11.3' Circ.

Along NE Couch St.

Pinus densiflora - Japanese Red Pine

10040 NE 6th Dr

Portland Parks & Recreation

75.5' Height

61' Spread

11.8' Circ.

Southwest side of foot bridge on west end of the park.

Pinus densiflora - Japanese Red Pine