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Virginia Pine- Pinus virginiana - So manygreat uses for this tree
The Virginia Pine is often found on poorer soils from Long Island in Southern New York south through the Appalachian Mountains to western Tennessee and Alabama. It can grow just about anywhere as it is very adaptable to most climates and soils. It can grow up to roughly 30 to 60 feet in height when mature but can grow taller under optimum conditions. When it’s matured the width stretches to roughly 25 to 35 feet. Virginia Pine is commonly used to provide Wood Pulp and Lumber as well as food for Wildlife and of course Christmas Trees. Virginia Pine is best planted on Slightly Acidic soil but will adapt to a variety of soils, avoid planting in Shady, Dense Areas as it grows a very short, shallow root, it will eventually be pushed out by Larger Trees so it is best planted at least 12 to 15 inches apart to avoid being pushed out. These trees bring in all types of small wildlife and a variety of birds as they grow and mature. They become very hardy and sturdy trees as they grow and are very easy to grow for homeowners. They are very popular as these can be trimmed and kept to the desired height for certain size lawns. This wood of this tree is very strong and is used a lot in creating lumber for building. This tree can be spotted a lot in the Eastern Part of the United States. These trees can grow two to four feet each year.
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