Plot #24

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Plot Information

Southeast parking lot landscape strip.

Updated February 25, 2019 02:39
Featured Plant Lodgepole pine
Latitude 44.04291
Longitude 121.33212
Elevation 3690.0 ft.
Area 335.0 sq. ft.
Aspect north
Origin nursery
Inoculated? Yes
Initial planting date Spring 2017
Initial succession primary

Featured Plant: Lodgepole pine

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Photo of Lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta)

Pinus contorta

Conifer 2-3in needle-like leaves in bundles of two. Needles are slightly twisted. Cones are woody, armed and about 1-2in long. Cones are serotinous and open to release seeds following low severity wild fire. It prefers rocky soils, moderate precipitation and can tolerate full sun or partial shade. It is native to high elevations in the eastern Cascades and across western United States.

Common Trees of the Pacific Northwest. Oregon State University. https://oregonstate.edu/trees/conifer_genera/spp/pine_spp.html

Habitat Type Tolerance Invasive?
It prefers rocky soils, moderate precipitation and can tolerate full sun or partial shade. It is native to high elevations in the eastern Cascades and across western United States. Full or partial sun No