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Mondale Pine Trees

Mondale, Mondell, Eldar or Afghan Pine, Pinus eldarica.

Mondale Pine trees are fairly fast growers to over 40 feet in height.

Full sun and moderate water requirements, make this a great specimen tree or a very nice large, evergreen windbreak.

Small trees should be protected by chicken wire or some wire fencing material, as rabbits will eat them.

Large trees have lots of pine cones, which continuously fall to the ground, so plant them where this will not be a problem.

The Mondale Pine does very well in the desert Southwest.

 

Mondale Pine tree
Mondale Pine
 

   

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