About Monterey Pine at OSU's Landscape Plants site
Native to the central California coast.
Height can exceed 150’.
Needles are usually 3 per bundle, 2.5-5” long, and shiny bright green.
Seed cones are 3-7” long, asymmetrical, and persist on the tree several years.
Probably the most widely cultivated of the pines, it is farmed in New Zealand for timber.
Very rare in Portland. #18 was planted by Joseph A. Manning in the early 1920s.
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This tree was planted by Joseph A. Manning in the early 1920s.