Austrian Pine Pinus nigra - Very hardy Withstands city and seaside conditions Able to survive through heat and droughts Grows well in clay and alkaline soils Great for windbreaks Grows to 60' tall with 20' to 40' spread Zones 4 to 7
Austrian Pine The Austrian Pine, Pinus nigra, is a densely branched tree producing long dark needles. This evergreen conifer tree thrives in urban locations as well as in windbreaks in more rural settings. It does well in a variety of soils and is very hardy. The spreading branches of a young tree form a pyramidal outline, but at maturity, it sometimes achieves a picturesque flat topped head. This fast growing pine tree makes an attractive Christmas tree when sheared.
The Nation’s toughest privacy tree - The Austrian Pine or ‘European Black Pine’ is the top choice for privacy trees in urban areas because it has a high tolerance for pollution and smog. Its foliage will grow together to create a solid living wall that filters out pollutants and cleans the air. When planted as...
Pinus nigra ' Frank ' Dwarf Columnar Austrian Pine