Pinus contorta var. latifolia
Exposure: Full sun
Mature Size: 40′ high x 10′ wide
Tree Form: Upright, slender tall, open, and airy
Foliage Color: Dark green twisted needle bundles
Growth Rate: Slow to Moderate
Uses: Shelterbelt, windbreak, character tree
Description: A tall, slender evergreen with a rather open and loose habit of growth and upward curving branches. A beautiful character tree!
Ornamental Features: Needles are dark green, twisted, bundles of two and 1″ to 3″ long. Cones are short cylindrical to egg-shaped, curved away from branches, 1″ to 2″ long, and remain on trees for many years.
Landscape Attributes: Extremely long-living pine tree and an excellent choice for larger landscapes as a windbreak or shelterbelt. Low maintenance and drought tolerance.