A tree that is grown for its timber as well as for the manufacture of turpentine and rosin in its native location. In areas with warm temperate temperatures, it is also a popular decorative tree. It may reach a height of up to 100 feet and has a rather straight trunk. It usually has a crown with a lot of open space and upswept limbs. The branches of a young tree may be bent, but as the tree becomes older, they become uneven and denser.The branching is usually unimodal (one node), but it can sometimes be multimodal (multiple nodes).
Botanical Name : Pinus pinaster
Common Name : Maritime pine, Cluster pine
Height : 100 ft
Spread : 40- 50 ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 30-60 days cold moist stratification
Hardiness zone : 7-9
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 425