Geographical origins: North America, at between 1000 and 3000 m in altitude.
Adult dimensions: Height up to 50 m, width up to 15 m.
Type of soil: Not very deep, dry and poor.
Hardiness: Hardy to -30°C.
Exposure: Full light.
Properties and uses:
The Jeffrey pine is a magnificent tree that grows in the mountainous regions of Oregon and California. It has long needles and a yellowish brown bark that is covered with irregular furrows and gives off a scent of lemon and vanilla. The cones are oval in shape and up to 40cm long.
This pine is excellent when grown as a specimen or in a small group.
• Pine Trees catalogue
• Conifers catalogue