Pistachio trees are very attractive.  They are considered a desert plant and each pistachio tree averages around 50 kg of seeds, or around 50,000, every two years

Pistachio trees are very attractive. They are considered a desert plant and each pistachio tree averages around 50 kg of seeds, or around 50,000, every two years

Chinese Pistachio trees are non-native, but offer a large canopy of shade. They’re worth considering, says gardening expert Neil Sperry.Photo submitted by NEIL SPERRY

Chinese Pistachio trees are non-native, but offer a large canopy of shade. They’re worth considering, says gardening expert Neil Sperry.Photo submitted by NEIL SPERRY

Chinese Pistache Pistacia chinensis   Long-lived, winter hardy shade tree with spectacular red, red-orange fall color. Outstanding heat, drought and soil tolerance. Extremely pest resistant. A near perfect shade tree for one-story buildings.     Hardiness: Zone 5    Exposure: Full sun    Size: Height 40 feet tall, 30 feet wide   Small leaves 3/4" to 1" long

Chinese Pistache Pistacia chinensis Long-lived, winter hardy shade tree with spectacular red, red-orange fall color. Outstanding heat, drought and soil tolerance. Extremely pest resistant. A near perfect shade tree for one-story buildings. Hardiness: Zone 5 Exposure: Full sun Size: Height 40 feet tall, 30 feet wide Small leaves 3/4" to 1" long

Chinese Pistachio - deciduous, frost hardy, shade tree, 12m x 8m--  @Laura Bellot--between the driveway  the sidewalk

Chinese Pistachio - deciduous, frost hardy, shade tree, 12m x 8m-- @Laura Bellot--between the driveway the sidewalk

Chinese Pistache, Chinese Pistachio (Pistacia chinensis) - beautiful row with fall color!

Chinese Pistache, Chinese Pistachio (Pistacia chinensis) - beautiful row with fall color!

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