Bark of Lace Bark Pine
Form of Lace Bark Pine
Scientific Name: Pinus bungeana
Foliage: Needled evergreen
Height: Grows up to 40 feet
Spread: Grows up to 30 feet
Shape: Pyramidal, sometimes with a flattened top
Growth Characteristics: Slow growing
The Lace Bark Pine has an interesting bark that is greenish-gray and appears to have patches of red, white or brown in an irregular pattern. Young trees may not exhibit different colors of bark until they are more mature. It is a good choice for a landscape, and is a bonsai candidate. Native to China.
Light: Full sun
Moisture: Mature trees tolerate drought
Soil Type: Moist, well-drained soil. Tolerates poor soil conditions.
General Care Tips
Pruning the lower branches of the tree may help display its remarkable bark.
Things to Watch Out For
There are no specific pests or diseases related to this tree.