Corsican Pine

The Corsican Pine (Pinus Nigra), originates from the hills of Corsica, southern Italy and Sicily. It can reach up to 85ft in height and grows better in the drier regions of Southern and Eastern Britain. They have straight trunksand light branches which makes then useful building materials. Such used include railway sleepers, telegraph poles and other building work.

This species favours poor, light soils.

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