Exposure: Full sun
Mature Size: 50′ high x 26′ wide
Tree Form: Pyramidal to broad, open
Foliage Color: Bluish-green needles, in bundles of 2
Growth Rate: Moderate to Fast
Uses: Specimen, windbreak, shelterbelts
Description: A medium-large tree with a pyramidal form when young, becoming more rounded and open with age. It has bluish-green needles and distinctive copper-orange bark that peels. An excellent specimen tree.
Ornamental Features: Needles are bluish-green, pointy, very tough, slightly twisted, and in bundles of two, 1.4″ to 2″ long. Mature cones are grey-brown and point back along the branch, attached by a small stem.
Landscape Attributes: Very hardy, long living evergreen tree with a strong central leader. Low maintenance, fire resistant, and drought tolerant once established.