australian pine

  • Australian pine - Home: Texas Invasive Species Institute

    The Australian pine, Casuarina equisetifolia, is a deciduous tree with a wispy pine-like appearance that can grow up to 100 feet in height. Even though it is not an actual conifer (Pinus sp.) it has cone-like fruit and leaves that resemble pine needles. Its flowers are tiny, brown and wind-pollinated.

  • Casuarina species – UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and ...

    For general information about Casuarina, download this UF/IFAS-EDIS publication, Australian pine, Casuarina, by E.F. Gilman and D.G. Watson. For more information and pictures about Casuarina equisetifolia, view the Langeland/Burks book, Identification .

  • How to Grow Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra) | Dengarden

    The Austrian pine is really a nice, fast-growing tree that is a great choice for gardeners that desire a tree that will fill a space quickly. Often listed as a medium growth rate tree, it will grow slightly slower than a white pine but faster than a spruce. Unlike white pine, however, Austrian pine will remain thick and create a better privacy ...

  • Australian Pine Poisoning in Cats - Symptoms, Causes ...

    The Australian pine is a highly attractive plant to cats. Unless you treat the lower branches of the tree with an agent that repels your , such as a bitter spray or a citrus spray, the will be drawn to the tree and may eat its foliage.

  • Plant Health Care Recommendations for Austrian Pine

    Plant Health Care Recommendations for Austrian Pine Austrian pine (Pinus nigra) is a fast growing, pyramidal tree when young, becoming a flat topped large tree when it matures. It is well adapted for landscape planting, growing well in a wide

  • Why are my pine trees turning brown? - MSU Extension

    May 17, 2019 · Austrian pine is commonly affected by Dothistroma needle blight. The foliage of the lower half of the tree turns brown in March to April. Dothistroma needle blight is caused by the fungus Mycosphaerella pini. This common pine pathogen kills needles of all ages and can weaken or kill Austrian pine trees.

  • FOR298/FR366: Casuarina equisetifolia, Australian Pine

    Australian pine, beefwood, ironwood, she-oak, horsetail tree. Although not a pine, this tree is called "Australian pine" because one of its countries of origin is Australia and its tiny leaves tightly pressed to the stem give it the characteristic "needle" appearance of a pine tree.

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  • Australian Pine - University of Florida, Institute of Food ...

    The Australian pine is a tall, non-native tree found throughout South Florida and parts of Central Florida. It was introduced to Florida in the late 1800s as a salt-tolerant tree that could provide shade and serve as a windbreak along coastal areas.

  • FOR298/FR366: Casuarina equisetifolia, Australian Pine

    Australian pine, beefwood, ironwood, she-oak, horsetail tree. Although not a pine, this tree is called "Australian pine" because one of its countries of origin is Australia and its tiny leaves tightly pressed to the stem give it the characteristic "needle" appearance of a pine tree.

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  • Australian pine - Phadia - Setting the Standard

    Australian pine tree is an evergreen with native habitats typical of Casuarina, from Burma and Vietnam east to French Polynesia, New Caledonia, and Vanuatu, and south to Australia (the northern part of the Northern Territory, north and east Queensland, and north-eastern New South Wales). It is also found in India and parts of Africa.

  • Austrian Pine | The Wood Database - Lumber Identification ...

    Pricing/Availability: Austrian Pine is commonly harvested for construction lumber and pulpwood. Expect prices to be moderate within its natural growing range. Sustainability: This wood species is not listed in the CITES Appendices, and is reported by the IUCN as being a species of least concern.

  • Austrian Pine Tree Growing Conditions - Information On ...

    Austrian pine trees are also called European black pines, and that common name more accurately reflects its native habitat. A handsome conifer with dark, dense foliage, the tree's lowest branches can touch the ground. For more Austrian pine information, including Austrian pine growing conditions ...

  • Australian Pine Tree (Casuarina equisetifolia) | Kalliergeia

    Australian Pine Tree is a plant indigenous to the tropical and warm subtropical regions of Southeast Asia and Australia, where it is cultivated, with the western penetration of cultivation in the Indian Peninsula. The tree has a wide range of uses.

  • Australian Pine: One of Florida's Least Wanted - Blogger

    The Australian pine is just one of the 140 invasives here in Florida. While controlling invasive plants is a huge task, if we all do what we can to eradicate these aliens, it will make a difference.