Very similar to Pinus muricata. Considered by some to be Pinus muricata. A pine that has done fine in the San Joaquin Valley and interior heat. The motherstock for our trees came from an old customer in Selma, Ca. whose tree blew over after 30 years. We have one in the ground here that is doing fine with dark green leaves and looking a great deal like a Monterey Pine. It is about as fast as Monterey Pine. Ours has grown to 20' in five years. It will probably get to 40'.
Pinus remorata tolerates sand and clay.
Foliage of Pinus remorata has color green-gray and is evergreen.
Flower of Pinus remorata has color na.
Communities for Pinus remorata:Closed-cone Pine Forest and Coastal Sage Scrub.