Pinus nigra, commonly known as Austrian pine or black pine, is a species of evergreen coniferous tree native to Europe. It is a robust and hardy tree characterized by its dark green needles and rugged, furrowed bark. The needles are typically paired and can grow up to 15 cm in length. Austrian pine produces long, cylindrical cones that contain its seeds. This tree is often planted for its ornamental value in landscaping and as a timber source in forestry. It is adaptable to various soil and climate conditions and is known for its resilience in challenging environments, making it a popular choice for reforestation and windbreaks.
Name: Pinus Nigra
Approx. Height and spread: More than 12M x 8M
Soil Ph: All
Moisture: Well drained soil.