Afghan Pine is a hardy kind that thrives in hot, dry climates and requires very little upkeep once established. Tree with a nice shape and a lot of space between the branches. At maturity, the needles are stiff and long, dark green in colour. It thrives in most hot, dry regions, as well as cooler ones. The Afghan Pine is a good desert tree because it can withstand heat, wind, and drought. In windy locations, it serves as a windbreak. The Afghan Pine tree's needles have a light, refreshing scent.
Botanical Name : Pinus eldarica
Common Name : Afgan Pine
Height : 30-60
Spread : 25-40
Germination Info : Seed does not require a pre-treatment
Hardiness zone : 6-8
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 475