Currently Available Sizes

Field Grown 10 – 16′ OA

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This native tree is widely adaptable and becomes a reliable dominant feature in any landscape.

 

Description

‘Densa’ pines differ from the common pinus elliotti in several ways. It is slower growing, more compact and will have a much greater caliper and spread to height ratio.

 

Typical Mature Dimensions

Height: 30-40′

Canopy Spread: Broadly spreading canopy, often 20′ or greater

Habit of growth

Upright to curved trunk, often spreading unless competition for light is a factor

Light Requirements

Full sun or high broken sunlight

Soil Requirements

Tolerant of a wide range of soil types

Moisture Requirements

Drought tolerant once established

Cold Tolerance

Cold Hardy to Zone 8a

Other

Densas will adapt to a higher soil and water PH than the common Slash pine which is frequently used and frequently fails in the landscape.