Pinus strobiformis

Southwestern White Pine

A large pyramidal tree with long, soft blue-green needles, that are finely serrated at the tips. It will become more open with age. The needles are longer than Limber pine and not as bright green. Widely adapted to many soils and sites. Native to Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas.

  • Common Name: Southwestern White Pine
  • Height: 80' tall
  • Spread: 60' wide
  • Type: Evergreen
  • Zone: 3 - 7

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