Pistacia chinensis 'Keith Davey'

Also known as:

  • Chinese Pistachio

Plant Type

tree

Zones

7a-9b

Size

H:15'-50'
W:10'-30'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

adaptable, average, well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

occasional

Sun Exposure:

sun

Features

Flowers:

red

Foliage:

deciduous

Fruit:

blue

Flowering Time:

summer

Tags

fall color
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Cistus Nursery

Portland, Oregon

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Cistus Nursery

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Portland, Oregon

503-621-2233

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Salem, Oregon

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Heritage Seedlings

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Salem, Oregon

503-585-9835

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Gossler Farms

Springfield, Oregon

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Gossler Farms

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Springfield, Oregon

541-746-3922

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A most attractive deciduous tree, to 25' tall and slowly to 50' x 20-30' wide, known for its tolerance of dry, difficult sites and its florescent fall color, a particularly brilliant orange in this cultivar. This selection chosen from its maleness! (as in lack of fruit) and attractive, red-tinted leaves. Loves sun and an occasional deep watering to get established and speed growth. Frost hardy in upper USDA zone 6.

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Salem, Oregon

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A male selection made for its better branch pattern and to assure a cleaner, uniform plant along the street and sidewalk. Reliable autumn color in hot climates.

Description by: Gossler Farms

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"Finally! We looked for this plant for our garden for twenty years and finally found one in California. This male form of the Chinese pistachio has no fruit. The fall color is early (late September) and is brilliant red-orange. Our plant is 15’ X 10’ after 20 years, but can get bigger in warmer climes.

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