Fast shipping packed well great quality.
I LOVE the smell that this tree puts off it is beyond any other smell you can think of its a gorgeous tree and I couldn't be more happier
They arrived in perfect condition. I'm very pleased!
The Loblolly Pine I received seemed in excellent condition. There were still green pine needles on it and the roots seemed to be in good condition. I have planted it and so far it is thriving. I was surprised to find no planting instructions and ice crystals on the root ball. I hope I planted it correctly and that it grows to be a beautiful addition to my yard.
Of course, they are only 2.5 feet tall right now, but they arrived in what appears to be good health.
Tree arrived in excellent condition! Cant wait to see how its doing in the spring.
Ordered 25 got 24. Trees looked good but had dry roots. So far they are still green 6 days in. Were easy to order and came quickly.
Received in great shape a little bent because of the packing, but it soon shaped up
Will order again and again
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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.
How We Protect Your Plants For Transit
We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
Upon Receipt Of Your Plants
Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
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Loblolly Pine Tree-Pinus Taeda are One of the Most Common Trees in North America
Loblolly Pine Trees are the most common trees in North America besides the Red Maple. This tree is one quickest developing trees in North America, and it towers over the rest. Native to the southeastern states and eastern coast of the United States, the loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) is one of the fastest-growing of the southern pines. It can put on as many as 24 inches per year, growing under optimal conditions. This tree can develop as high as ninety feet tall.
The wood industry classifies the species as a southern yellow pine. The pine species is known as the most commercially important tree in the Southeastern US. The wood from these trees is used in building, wooden flooring, for furniture, and more....
Loblolly Pine Trees can be Found Growing in Parks and even Wooded Areas
Loblolly Pine can efficiently be transplanted. They are amazing when planted in moist and acidic soils that are well drained. They usually bloom during the spring months of the year. These trees are prevalent, and sturdy enough and can withstand large storms. They add great curb appeal to all homes. These trees can also be found growing in parks and even in wooded areas where conditions are right for them.
Loblolly Pine is evergreen giving an excellent green shading in the dead of fall. These fast-growing pines can also grow to soar heights in the wild. It is not uncommon to find them topping off at over one hundred feet. A specimen called the "Morris Pine" in Arkansas boasts a height of 117 feet and a trunk diameter of 56 inches. It is over 300 years old. The tallest loblolly pine tree is in Congaree National Park in South Carolina. It is 169 feet tall.
Enjoy The Beauty of a Majestic Loblolly Pine Tree
The magnificent Loblolly Pine Tree (Pinus taeda) belongs to a family of rapidly growing evergreens. Widespread across the Southeastern United States, it tolerates a range of climatic conditions but thrives between Zone 6 and Zone 9. Consumers use the wood of the Loblolly Pine in a variety of products. They also sometimes select young Loblolly Pines as Christmas trees.
A Fast Growing Pine The pyramid-shaped Loblolly Pine Tree delights homeowners seeking a rapidly growing, drought-resistant shade tree. It boasts long, lustrous dark green needles and a relatively straight trunk. Some varieties of this tree increase in size at rates of up to two feet per year. Mature Loblolly Pine Trees reach heights between 60 and 90 feet and display diameters between 25 and 35 feet.
A Great Tree For Wildlife Birds and squirrels often take up residence in or near the Loblolly Pine Tree. Mature trees offer impressive, thick trunks. They produce oval-shaped pine cones. This evergreen also reportedly disseminates a very pleasing, characteristic pine aroma.
Planting Instructions The Loblolly Pine sometimes serves in windscreens, due to its rapid rate of growth. Although it prefers low lying river valleys, this pine tolerates a spectrum of conditions, including loamy, acidic, and even well-drained clay soils. It does require several hours of sunlight daily to grow vigorously.