Because it grows fast and produces a tall, straight, reasonably clean bole, it is one of Mexico's most significant pines for wood. Mexican weeping pine is an evergreen coniferous tree with a single, straight, and thin trunk that grows to mature heights of 125 feet. The depth of the conical or domed crown in closed canopy stands is about. Young trees' bark is thin, scaly, and red-brown in colour; as they get older, their bark thickens, becoming dark gray-brown, tough, and scaly, with enormous elongated plates and deep longitudinal cracks.
Botanical Name : Pinus patula
Common Name : Mexican Weeping Pine
Height : 125 ft
Spread : 60 ft
Germination Info : No pre-treatment required.
Hardiness zone : 8-10
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 2063