Virginia Pine Tree

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November Through April
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Virginia Pine Tree Description

Virginia pine 

Virginia pine (Pinus virginiana ) is a gymnosperm tree that grows in poor grounds from Long Island of New York to west Tennessee and Alabama. These trees are primarily used in landscaping as barriers, naturalized forest areas, and low-cost slow-growing woodland. They are scrawny plants with the very little cosmetic appeal, and as they age, they become twisted and bent. This medium-sized tree is not commonly utilized for timber because of its rough wood and sensitivity to distortion when wet. Its lengthy fibers, on the other hand, make it ideal for producing wood pulp.

When immature, it develops as a vast, open pyramid, but as it matures, it becomes flat-topped, horizontal, without a conspicuous center leader. After the stem wood has perished, the uneven branches typically remain linked to the tree. It thrives in full sunlight, well-drained soil, and a dry, acidic loam. The tree has a modest growth rate for pine and is relatively pollutant tolerant.

It may thrive in a variety of poor, dry soils, even clay. This tree isn't extremely beautiful, but its leaves can be used to make Christmas decorations, and also, the tree can actually be made a Christmas tree with careful shaping.

This plant is used as a landscape specimen because of its unique scraggly shape, several main ascending stems that act "king of the hill," with numerous persistent cones. It has short, curved needles that come in two-pair bunches. The peel of the Virginia pine tree is brown. Also, it has a coarse texture with microscopic bark scales. The pollination cones are 10–20 millimeters in diameter and are round, nearly elliptical.

Usually, they are a similar color to the bark of a tree. Seed cones can be found all around the tree. They grow at a significantly bigger size (4–7 cm) compared to pollen cones. Such cones are yellowish-green in color.

The Virginia pine is an evergreen conifer with a classic appearance

The majority of examples grow to be around 15 and 40 feet tall. It's an intelligent option to stake the tree, shape the limbs, and supply adequate water for the first several years. Virginia pine tree care is minimal once it has established itself. They are long-lasting plants with a lifespan of about 60-90 years. These lovely evergreen plants have also been used to help restore land that has been ravaged by strip mining. Because of the softness of the bark, woodpeckers love the Virginia pine tree.

These trees can reach heights up to 75 feet.

They are not limited to Virginia. These hardy trees can survive poor soil conditions from New York to Alabama. Frigid winters, sandy soils, and minimal nutrients will not stop these trees from growing. It will, however, stunt their growth. The favored soil of these trees is loam or clay soil. These soils will produce trees reaching up to 75 feet in height. Seedlings with well-drained, loamy soil can grow from 4-8 inches in the first year. By age 50, mature trees can be anywhere from 50-75 feet tall. These trees have an expected lifespan of 65-90 years. The quick growth rate, ease of reforestation, and hardening of the cut wood during the drying process make this a good tree for lumber. 

Virginia Pine Tree are pest-resistant

They are very popular in the southern states for Christmas trees. These trees can be ready for harvest in as few as three years with optimal growing and pruning conditions. Five years is usually preferred so that the trees will be thick with short, paired needles on long spreading limbs. Since these hardy trees are pest-resistant and tolerate poor soil conditions, they are favored by landscapers for bonsai use, median barriers, and seaside homes. 

These trees are often used to reforest barren areas where fire or mining has destroyed the landscape. Set at the perimeters of a yard and regularly pruned, these pines will grow thick and large, making a beautiful natural boundary. 

The wood of these trees will soften as the tree ages. Bird-lovers allow older trees to remain on their property to attract woodpeckers. Some people also use stands of the trees to create a natural privacy fence around their home or property.  Virginia Pines are shipped as bareroot plants to customers. Virginia Pine Tree is For Sale at Garden Plants Nursery with Fast Shipping and Low Prices

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Reviews (1)

  • 5

    Posted by Nat Myers on Jan 05, 2022

    I absolutely love the ones I got from here such a great price and healthy as can be.
    Thanks so much.


Shipping Information

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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Ships November through April

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