Pinus murrayana, Lodgepole Pine.
Pinus murrayana,(P.contorta murraya or P. contorta latifolia, HA! It doesn't look the same, smell the same, or grow the same as P. contorta. A very different tree and the botany has caused our customers some confusion. This is not a coastal tree! A very slow tree to 100 ft.. A very refined tree for high elevation formal gardens. A real pain at our elevation. It is unhappy here at all times. The areas where it grows have more rainfall, snow on the ground for 6 months and no summer heat. It grows best in the mountains.
Available at our Online store.
We are currently not selling this plant through our Online storefront.
Available at our Santa Margarita store.
||Open Saturday only from 9am to 4pm
||3232 Las Pilitas Rd.
Santa Margarita, CA 93453
We are currently not selling this plant through our Santa Margarita storefront.
Available at our Escondido store.
||Open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am to 4pm
||8331 Nelson Way
Escondido, CA 92026
We are currently not selling this plant through our Escondido storefront.
Pinus murrayana Lodgepole Pine's foliage color is green-gray and type is evergreen.
Pinus murrayana Lodgepole Pine's flower color is na.
Communities for Pinus murrayana Lodgepole Pine:Lodgepole Forest and Sub-Alpine Forest.
Ranges for Pinus murrayana
|ph: ||5.00 to 7.00|
|usda: ||4 to 10|
|height[m]: ||2.00 to 30.00|
|width[m]: ||2.00 to 15.00|
|rainfall[cm]: ||65.00 to 125.00|
What does all this mean!?!
Last edited on 2012-01-08 18:10:07.