it looks like it belongs in a jungle I love it so much it brings so much life to my yard.
Arrived quickly, packed well, seemed to be good specimens. I ordered 4' and received more of a 2-3' size but so far I'm happy.
Fast shipping good quality what more could you ask for
It was nice and have planted. I'm looking forward to it growing, of course understand it will take a few years. The tip was bent but should straighten.
The saplings showed up at the post office packaged perfectly and in a good condition. Beautiful little trees.
Arrived healthy and happy
I was very happy with the P. pine trees I received and will likely order 5 more. They came quickly and were in great shape. Thank you.
Looks great in my gardens!
this is a great tree
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Ponderosa Pine Trees is a Tall, Towering Evergreen
Ponderosa pines can get quite large at well over 200 feet. It is the second tallest pine. Though they occur naturally in the wild, they can easily be used in gardens and parks.
Ponderosa Pine, also known as Pinus ponderosa, Bull Pine, Blackjack Pine, or Western Yellow Pine is a solid pine of variable surroundings. It is native to the western US and Canada. It is the most broadly developing pine in North America. This tree can be found from British Columbia to 16 states South of there. It is the official state tree of Montana and was initially founded in 1826 in Washington when David Douglas misidentified it as the Red Pine. In 1829, he renamed it the Ponderosa Pine because of its overwhelming timber.
Ponderosa Pine Trees add Lovely Color and Remain Green Throughout the Year
These trees have large trunks and long limbs and need lots of room to branch out and expand to become healthy. This tree is fantastic and adds lovely color and remains green throughout the entire year. This tree is also great to bring all types of small wildlife such as squirrels to an area and also brings a variety of birds. The trees are thick, and the birds love to construct their nest in them for protection. The ponderosa pine is an abundant species of pine that is sometimes called the bull pine or blackjack pine.
Mature pines have bark colors between yellow and orange-red. The bark is formed as large plates with dark crevices. Young ponderosa pines have a black to brown colored bark. There are several subspecies of ponderosa pine, and they can be identified primarily by their needles. The scent of ponderosa pine is usually described as oil, which is due to dominant terpenes. Ponderosa pines can get quite large at well over 200 feet. It is the second tallest pine. Though they occur naturally in the wild, they can easily be used in gardens and parks.
Ponderosa pine trees have tall, straight trunks with an irregular, cylinder-shaped crown. Shaped like a pyramid, the top on the ponderosa pine flattens out as it ages.Young ponderosa pines have bark that is reddish-brown or reddish-black and furrowed. Mature ponderosa bark looks yellowish-brown to russet-colored and scaly, with deep irregular fissures. Ponderosa pine bark is quite thick, which makes the wild tree fire-resistant. The inner bark of the tree looks either yellow or light brown in its heartwood. Ponderosa pines have pine needles that range from yellow-green to dark grayish-green. Needles grow in groups of three, though groups of two and five occur infrequently. The russet-colored, huge pinecones remain favorites for crafters and decorators. These pretty pine trees grow best in full sun. They have large taproots, so they prefer deep, moist soil that is well-drained. One of the main advantages of growing this tree remains that it puts down roots quickly, making an excellent addition to a property to prevent erosion. Ponderosas grow nicely in many types of soil, including alkaline soil. Ponderosa pines remain quite a drought-tolerant once they established. This environmentally flexible pine tree also tolerates:
• Low humidity.
• High elevations.
As long as this pine gets plenty of suns, a ponderosa pine grows well in many climates and areas. The ponderosa pine thrives in zones three through eight. The ponderosa pine grows from 60 to 100 feet when cultivated, and up to 230 feet tall in the wild. They reach up to 25 feet wide.