The Durango pine (Pinus durangensis) is a native to the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain region in Northwestern Mexico. Pinus durangensis is an evergreen tree with a trunk up to (3.3 ft) in diameter and a broad, rounded crown that grows to a height of (82–131 ft). The bark is scaly or fissured, thick, dark gray-brown, and scaly. The leaves are needle-like, dark green, five to seven per fascicle (usually six), long and broad, with a long persistent fascicle sheath. The cones are ovoid, long, green, and ripen to a brown colour before expanding to a wide shape in the spring. The seeds have a wing and are long.
Botanical Name : Pinus durangensis
Common Name : Durango Pine
Height : 80- 130 ft
Spread : 60-70 ft
Germination Info : Seed does not require a pre-treatment
Hardiness zone : 8+
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 750