The Canary Island Pine grows in acidic, loamy, moist, sandy, well drained, clay soils.
The Canary Island Pine makes a wonderful street tree, lets light through, and has deep enough roots to be used in lawns.
Commonly planted in California and other warm western parts of the US. Needles are in threes. Tolerates only slight alkalinity.
The Canary Island Pine is used by woodpeckers, bats, and invertebrates as a source of food because of the large numbers of insects that use this tree throughout their various life-stages.
The Canary Island Pine does not tolerate drought conditions and may need irrigation with acidic or neutral water.
This trees needles are dark green and 7-10 inches long.
The blooms are yellow.
This tree flowers in early spring..
This trees produces 6" oval to oblong brown cones.