The Apache pine (Pinus engelmannii) is a tree native to Northern Mexico. This pine grows to a height of (66–98 ft) and has a trunk diameter of. The tree has a unique look due to its sparse and stout branches. The needles are in bundles of three (sometimes five), long, thick, and spreading to slightly drooping, and are among the longest of any pine. Long, green or purple when young, the cones mature to a glossy brown, somewhat oblique shape with stoutly spined scales on the outside (facing away from the branch). Like the related Michoacan pine and also longleaf pine, the Apache pine can go through a grass stage.
Botanical Name : Pinus engelmannii
Common Name : Apache Pine
Height : 66- 98 ft
Spread : 50 ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 30 days cold moist stratification
Hardiness zone : 8+
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 625