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Re: are those slash pines...
Posted by George in Bandon Oregon on 10/9/2017, 10:14 pm, in reply to "Re: are those slash pines..."
Edited by George in Bandon Oregon on 10/9/2017, 11:32 pm
well, think it's the most common species in parts of central and especially southern Florida---sand, pond, loblolly, and longleaf pine tend to grow more in central and northern parts of the state----Florida has lots of pines, LOL.
FWIW think Oregon has about 7 native species of it's own.
the upper southern oregon coast
USDA zone 9a (Sunset zone 5)
DRY cool summers and WET cool winters
grow eucalyptus, banksias, telopeas, grevilleas, bottlebrush, mexican pines and oaks