Pine Trees - Knowledgebase Question

Nanoose Bay, BC
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Question by demarco1
January 30, 2001
Cannot find information on the Pinus Yatsabua Tree and also the Pinus Korensis. Wanting to know where to plant and how tall these tree will grow.

Answer from NGA
January 30, 2001
Pinus koraiensis is the Korean Pine, a five-needled pine, growing 30'-40' under cultivation and up to 100' in the wild. It's tremendously adaptable and extremely cold hardy.

I can find no listing of 'Yatsabua' but the name suggests it's a Japanese pine (Pinus parviflora). If so, the standard height is 25'-40', with an equal spread.

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