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Pinus radiata

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Monterey Pine 

FAMILY: PINACEAE

Pinus radiata - Monterey Pine

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.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
18

5330 SE 37th Ave

Right of Way

65' Height

36' Spread

9' Circ.

This tree was planted by Joseph A. Manning in the early 1920s.

Pinus radiata - Monterey Pine