Pinus nigra

Information

Austrian Pine 

FAMILY: PINACEAE

Pinus nigra - Austrian Pine

About Austrian Pine at OSU's Landscape Plants site

  • Native to eastern Europe.

  • Height can exceed 100’.

  • Needles are 2 to a bundle, 3-5.5” long, stiff, dark green and “sooty” looking.

  • Seed cones are 2-4” long and in whorls of up to 6.

  • Bark can have pink tinge between fissures.

  • Common in Portland. #5 is believed to have been planted sometime in the late 19th century by Henry Miller, one of Portland’s first florists.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
5

SW Howards Way & SW 20th Ave.

Right of Way

107' Height

55' Spread

10.2' Circ.

This tree is located in a built out planter at the intersection and is believed to have been planted sometime in the late 19th century by Henry Miller, one of Portland's first florists.

Pinus nigra - Austrian Pine