This tree looks like pine tree, but not sure its common name. The needle leaves are hardy, and no fruit on the tree.
Seafield Park - adventure/adrenalin course!
This is the pine hedge next to the bolete fungi I photographed.
Nearest tree (a planted shelter belt) to a group of mushrooms I photographed.
Looks to be from the genus pinus not sure of the species though
plantation on sand dunes
Over about 30 minutes, I walked the length of Horomaka Island along the central ridge and then back along the western coast line, noting all woody plants and ferns I found.
Pinus radiata is the dominant canopy tree on the island, presumably planted, but also with wild seedlings.
dry plains savannah grassland; wilding, with marram grass behind
The Monterey Pine, Pinus radiata, family Pinaceae, also known as the Insignis Pine or Radiata Pine is a species of pine native to the Central Coast of California and Mexico (Guadalupe Island and Cedros island).