Spruce Pine Seedlings
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- Latin Name- Pinus glabra Hardy Planting Zone- 8-9 Mature Height- 60-90 ft Width- 30-40 Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun to Full Shade.
- THIS PLANT CAN NOT SHIP TO THE FOLLOWING STATES:
- HI, MT
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Spruce Pine Seedlings - Pinus Glabra.
The Spruce Pine is an evergreen tree that is mostly found in the Southern Coastal Plain of the United States between Louisiana and South Carolina and into Florida. This medium-size tree, also known as Walter’s Pine, is heavily laden with a canopy of dark-green foliage that is ideal for shading. Although the Spruce Pine can grow as high as 80 feet in the forest, this tree commonly becomes no more than 60 feet tall in the open. The Spruce Pine grows very slowly at a rate from 1 to 2 feet (or less) per year. The bark is reddish gray-brown with shallow ridges. The brownish cones are 2.5 inches in diameter, last up to four years on the branches, and serve as a source of food for wildlife. The pine needles are medium-dark green, about 2 to 4 inches long, and stay on the twigs for two or three seasons. The deeply rooted Spruce Pine grows best in moist, acidic soil with full sun; however, it is one of the few pine trees that also can grow in partial shade. The picturesque beauty of the Spruce Pine cannot be ignored in any lawn or landscape and will add tremendous value to your home. Trees will add great value to your home. The Spruce Pine will provide the significant amount and a look of stunning beauty to your home. The beauty of your lawn and landscape will be breathtaking all year long. This tree is great for more things than one. The Spruce Pine is a wondrous resource for wildlife and bird watching. This tree attracts different wildlife species, including the bobwhite quail and squirrels who consume the seeds. Songbirds, owls, hawks, and other birds use the tree for cover protection and as a nesting habitat.