Pinus torreyana - California Native Plant Society

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Pinus torreyana - California Native Plant Society
Pinus torreyana
Torrey Pine
Photographs by Margaret L. Fillius
CONIFER
40 - 70' high, 35' spread. Open picturesque form.
Gray-green needles, 7 - 13" long, 5/bundle.
Cones stay on the tree for about 10 years, slowly dropping their
seeds.
Native habitat: restricted endemic on dry slopes below 5000' near Del Mar and on Santa Rosa Island (Channel Islands).
Full sun. Frost resistant.
Smog tolerant. Well-drained soil.
Little or no water (1 x /month once established).
Moderate to fast growth. Can be grown inland on well-drained soil if not too
much heat.
Do not prune (cut branches will die back to trunk). Long needles are good for
making baskets. Seeds are edible.
RARE — CNPS List: 1B.2
(Rare, threatened or endangered in California and elsewhere. Fairly
endangered in California).
CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY—SAN DIEGO CHAPTER
WWW.CNPSSD.ORG

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