Pinus armandii, Armand pine, Chinese white pine or Takane goyo (scientific name: Pinus armandii) is an evergreen coniferous tree of the family Pinaceae, native to Taiwan and China. It grows naturally in the high mountains at an altitude of 1200 to 3500 m in Taiwan. The bark is grayish brown and tears vertically like a turtle shell. Since it is a five-leaf pine system, five linear leaves grow from one place and droop for a long time. It is a dioecious flower with male flowers at the bottom of the branches and female flowers at the top. The fruit will bear fruit in the fall of the following year.
Pinus parviflora (Goyo matsu, scientific name Pinus parviflora). The leaves of P. parviflora are denser. On the other hand, the leaves are longer in P. armandii.
Common name: Takane Goyo (Takahata Goyo, Scientific name: Pinus armandii, also known as: Armand pine, Chinese white pine, Takane goyo, Origin: Taiwan, China, Life Type: Evergreen coniferous tree, tree height: 20-35 m, bark color: dark brown, tree shape: leaf color: green, leaf length: 15 cm, leaf shape: linear five-pair pine needles, male flower: branch At the bottom, flower color: yellow, female flower: peak, flowering period: April to May, fruit period: September to November, fruit type: fruit, fruit shape: oval, fruit color: yellow, Fruit color: Brown, Seed length: 0.1 cm, Fruit length: 10-15 cm,