Lacebark Pine

General Info

  • Latin Name - Pinus bungeana
  • Native Range - China
  • Growth Rate - Slow
  • Mature Height - 30–50’
  • Mature Spread - 20–30

Arborist Thoughts

  • The Lacebark Pine is one of the most beautiful and interesting pines because of its attractive exfoliating bark at maturity.  The bark is initially green but will begin to flake off revealing, brown, white and silver areas once stems reach 1.5 – 2 inches in diameter.
  • Hardy and adaptable to high pH soils and makes an excellent specimen tree when planted in a location where the bark is visible
  • Could also be used for screening as an alternative to other commonly used evergreens