sugar pine tree, Pinus lambertiana

This package contains 1 sugar pine tree. The buyer will receive a tree that is similar to the one that is pictured. These trees are 11 to 13 inches tall. The sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana) is native to the mountains of the far west from the Cascades of central Oregon to the north and south to Baja California, Mexico. They are most abundant in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of central California. Sugar pine zones are 2-9 and 15-17. The sugar pine is the world’s largest pine. They grow to nearly 200 feet in height and have trunk diameters of up to 7 feet. The sugar pine produces the largest cone of any pine. The cones are typically 12 to 18 inches in length but can grow to 24 inches in length.