Canary Island Pine
Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon:
- Conifer, evergreen tree, to 100(200)ft [30(60) m], with a straight stem and a usually open crown of regular, candelabra-like upswept branches, narrowly conic when young, later widening to broad ovoid-conic, and becoming irregular and dense with age. Bark thick, reddish, flat-furrowed. Leaves (needles) 3 per bundle, blue green to bright green, 20-30 cm long, only 1 mm wide, serrulate margins, stomatal lines on all sides, sheath about 2 cm long, persistent. Cones single or several, terminal, pendulous on short stalk, 10-18 cm long, glossy chestnut brown, thick scales, mature in the second season.
- Hardy to USDA Zone 9 (subtropical) Native to Canary Islands. Reportedly locally naturalized in parts of California.
- canariensis: of the Canary Islands.