Known as lacebark pine, its distinctive bark makes it an attractive landscape tree. Planted throughout east Asia in parks and botanical gardens, it often grows as a multi-stemmed tree and is resistant to salt and cold. An evergreen conifer, it grows up to 25-30m and 100cm in diameter in very mature specimens. Its yellow-green needles are 5-10cm long and occur in bundles of 3. The cones are egg-shaped and about 3-5cm in diameter.
Germination: Soak in water for 24 hours. Plant in potting soil 2-3cm deep and keep from drying out.
Packet contains 25+ seeds.