- Scientific Name: Pistacia chinensis
The Chinese Pistache grows quickly in full sun to partial shade on moderately fertile well-drained soils and will withstand heat and drought extremely well. the crown is symmetrical on older specimens when grown in full sun. Grows in clay, loam, or sand in wide range if soil pH. small clusters of green leaves in summer, turning brilliant red and yellow in the fall. This tree is available in North Texas from our Frisco Tree Farm.
- Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips: The Chinese Pistache grows well in drought conditions and withstands heat quite well.
- Sizes Available:
The Chinese Pistache grows in acidic, alkaline, drought tolerant, loamy, moist, sandy, silty loam, well drained, wide range, clay soils.
- Height: 25-35 Feet
- Spread: 25-35 Feet
- Fall Foliage Color: Not Available
- Hardiness: 6-0
- Soil Moisture Needs: Average