Bull. Misc. Inform. 1938: 85 (1938)
Establishment means:Sparingly established
Tree to 35 m tall. Bark thin, grey-brown, fissured. Winter buds slightly resinous. Leaves in clusters of 5, 10–15 cm long, dark green, often glaucous. Female cones solitary, stalked, pendulous, shiny, often glaucous, narrowly cylindrical, 15–30 cm long; exposed portion of scale rounded with small dorsal point. Seed with a well-developed wing.
*NIS. Native Afghanistan, China, Indian subcontinent, and Myanmar.
An important timber tree and used for producing turpentine. Grown as an ornamental tree in Victoria where it has escaped cultivation near Beechworth.
In its native range, plants can obtain height of up to 70 m tall.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|Northern Inland Slopes||present||introduced|