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White Pine Tree - 25 Trees

Sale price$149.99

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Size 3-4'

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Eastern White Pine Tree Plant Description

The Eastern White Pine (also known as Pinus strobus), as its name suggests, is native to eastern and northeastern parts of the United States (also known as the northern pine and the Weymouth pine, among other names) as well as southeastern Canada, even stretching into the northern midwest in states like Michigan and Minnesota. Like other pines, it grows at a fast rate. However, White Pines grow faster than their pine counterparts, reaching upwards of 2 feet annually.

Eastern White Pine Tree Characteristics

Pine tree leaves are dark green and needle-like. Mature trees can get as old as 200-300, sometimes as old as 400. The Eastern white pine has the title of being the tallest tree on the North American continent. It produces fruit in pine cones and is hospitable to various forms of wildlife, including but not limited to forest birds such as the red crossbill and small mammals and rodents like the squirrel.

A popular option for holiday decorations and Christmas trees. Among its wood's many uses are millwork, lumber, and construction. It also produces pine tar, which has many uses, but the most popular has to be its use in baseball among hitters looking for more grip on their bats. If you're looking for a pine with a classic shape, adding diversity to your landscaping repertoire or need a classic festive option for the holidays, look no further than the eastern white pine tree.

Hardy Planting Zone: 3-8 Bloom Season (if any): Spring (about April=May) Bloom Color: Various (Red, Yellow, Brown, Green) Height at Maturity: 50-80' (can grow upwards of 130' in the wild) Soil Type Preferred: Acidic, moist, well-drained, and dry soils (thrives in moist soil) Sun or Shade: Full Sun or Partial Shade (about 4 hours of sunlight per day is advised).

White Pine Trees, Pinus Strobus is For Sale At TN Nursery