The Aleppo Pine is a Mediterranean Pine valuable for timber and ornamental use. Erosion control. It can be cultivated in groups, alignment or singular tree. It contains turpentine, an active substance. Its wood is used for furniture and boxes. Bonsai.
F.R.M., Source Identified. Spain, ES-24-09 Maestrazgo-Los Serranos.
Conifer up to 20m tall with fine perennial yellow-green needle-like leaves. Rounded or irregular canopy. Elongated and small brown cones that contain the seeds. It prefers neutral, basic and dry soils. It adapts to very poor and skeletal soils, preferring those of limestone origin. Very resistant to drought, thermophilic and sensitive to frost. Fast growing.
Direct sowing in spring or autumn.
|Average germination (%)||80|
|Hardiness||Drought resistant, Half-hardy (tolerates temperatures down to 0ºC)|
|Plant use||Reforestation, Singular, Urban garden, Wild garden|
|Seeds per gram||50|
|Soil - Type||Chalk, Poor|
|Sunlight - Exposure||Partial shade, Sun|
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