Lynche's River Park Trees

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Leaf: Evergreen, 6 to 9 inches long, with (usually) three yellow-green needles per fascicle.

Flower: Monoecious; males long cylindrical, red to yellow, in clusters at branch tips; females yellow to purple.

Fruit: Cones are ovoid to cylindrical and red-brown in color. The umbo is armed with a short spine. Cones are roughly the size of a potato (3 to 6 inches). Maturing September to October.

Twig: Orange-brown in color, fine to moderately stout. Buds are light reddish-brown.

Bark: Quite variable. When young, appears brown and scaly. Older trees are ridged and furrowed, with somewhat apparent blocks. Very old trees have red-brown scaly plates.

Form: A medium to large tree that self-prunes well and develops a straight trunk and an oval, somewhat dense crown.





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