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White Pine Trees

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$14.99
Height At Maturity
Over 20 Feet
Categories
Trees
Exposure
Sun And Shade, Full Sun,
Exposure
Sun And Shade, Full Sun,
Usage
Border Plants, Drought Tolerant Plants, Fastest Growing Trees, Deer Resistant, Shade,
Usage
Border Plants, Drought Tolerant Plants, Fastest Growing Trees, Deer Resistant, Shade,
Usage
Border Plants, Drought Tolerant Plants, Fastest Growing Trees, Deer Resistant, Shade,
Usage
Border Plants, Drought Tolerant Plants, Fastest Growing Trees, Deer Resistant, Shade,
Usage
Border Plants, Drought Tolerant Plants, Fastest Growing Trees, Deer Resistant, Shade,
Ships
November Through April
Zone
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
Zone
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
Zone
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
Zone
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
Zone
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
Zone
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
Bloom Season
Not Available,
Color
Green,
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We ship all plants usps priority mail. They arrive to most locations within 2-3 days. We package all plants to retain moisture to up to 10 days in transit. All plants ships from our warehouses in Tennessee. All plants are grown and shipped from out Altamont (zip) 37301 location. We do drop ship for re-sellers also for those wanting to resell our plants.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

All plants are dug and immediately taken to our warehouse and tera-sorb moisture retention gel is applied to the roots and then wrapped in plastic to retain superior moisture for transit. They are placed in corogated cardboard shipping boxes for protection when shipped

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Upon receipt of your plants, unpack and unwrap the roots and mist with water. Plant within 24-48 hours. If you can not plant within this time frame, put your plants in a cool location (ex- basement, garage or cellar) and water the roots daily. Cover them back up with the plastic so they will not dry out until you can plant them. After planted, water every evening after the sun goes down for 5 days.

Shipping Dates
Ships November through April

Description

White Pine Trees are fast growing and also have the ability to be a complete privacy wall 

White Pine - Pinus Strobus - is also known as the Eastern or Northern White Pine in North America, the Weymouth Pine in the United Kingdom, and occasionally the Soft Pine. It originated in the northeastern quadrant of North America and was brought to the UK from what is now the US state of Maine by Captain George Weymouth of the British Royal Navy in 1605.

White Pine Trees are a Good Source for a Windbreak for your Landscape

If you are looking for trees that multiply and will provide a good windbreak, consider white pine trees. These trees that grow naturally from Southeastern Manitoba, Canada, east to Newfoundland, Canada, south to northern Georgia, and west to Northeast Iowa can also provide a good screen.

 

 Hardy Zones 

 Homeowners living in zones three to eight can quickly grow white pine trees. This includes everyone living in the United States, except those residing in Deep South Texas, South Louisiana, most of Florida, Southwestern Arizona, many parts of California, and Southeastern Washington. 

 

 Mature Height 

 In their natural environment, white pine trees can grow to be 135 feet tall. When planted by homeowners or in commercial settings, these trees often reach a height between 50 and 80 feet. 

 

 Mature Width 

 White pine trees increase, and when they are grown, they often have a 20-to-40-foot span. 

 

 Soil Recommendations 

 These trees that have a pyramidal shape can tolerate many soil conditions. They prefer to be planted in slightly acidic soil where they will get at least four hours of sun daily. This tree is so hardy that it naturally grows in many different settings from rocky cliff edges to bogs. The white pine tree thrives best when planted in well-drained soil, but it needs an occasional watering if conditions get too dry. 

 

 Needles 

 The blue-green needles of this tree are attached to branches in sets of five. They are soft to the touch and very pliable and grow to be between three-and-five inches long. After this tree reaches maturity, you may see some needles turn yellow. The yellowing color indicates older needles that are about to drop to make room for new growth. This process typically happens in the fall, but depending on your environment, it can occur in the spring. 

 

 Pinecones 

 Male and female pinecones grow on the same tree. They usually start to grow in the early spring. If you look closely, you can see that male pinecones have overlapping scales. As the pinecone matures, the levels stop overlapping, and male pinecones release seeds. Female pinecones on this tree are much larger than their male counterparts. They can grow to be 8-inches long and 1-inch in diameter. 

 

 If you are looking for a long-living tree that grows quickly and efficiently, consider white pine trees. They can live to be up to 200-years-old and reach heights up to 80 feet tall when planted. They are particularly useful as windbreaks and screens, and they will grow in almost any condition.

                                                       

 

 

 This amazing blueish-green evergreen tree can grow to be pretty majestic given time and grows well in near-arctic eastern portions of the United States and Canada. The White Pine thrives in hardiness zones 3-8. It requires full sun to partial shade and does best in moist, acidic soil, though it will grow in almost any soil. As an evergreen, the White Pine flowers year-round.

 

 

there are reports from colonial-era writers of them reaching as high as 230 feet. The tallest known White Pine trees now average just under 200 feet, and the mature size is generally about 50-80 feet high with a spread of 20-40 feet at maturity; it proliferates at a rate of about two feet a year. Naturalists of the past felt that there was no better tree for use as windbreaks as well as natural grandeur, and lumbermen appreciate the ways in which it is suitable for building. The tall and straight specimens were often used for ships' masts.

 

 These days, we prefer to grow them for ornamental purposes, for building furniture, and often smaller specimens of the White Pine are used for live Christmas trees of the sort that one plants after the holiday are over. Lower branches are commonly used for other holiday purposes of wreaths and garlands. It is the Provincial tree of Ontario Canada and the State tree for Maine and Michigan. Parts of the tree are used as state symbols for Vermont and Massachusetts.

 

                            

White Pine Tree 

If you are looking for trees that multiply and will provide a good windbreak, consider white pine trees. These trees that grow naturally from Southeastern Manitoba, Canada, east to Newfoundland, Canada, south to northern Georgia, and west to Northeast Iowa can also provide a good screen.

 

 Hardy Zones 

 Homeowners living in zones three to eight can quickly grow white pine trees. This includes everyone living in the United States, except those residing in Deep South Texas, South Louisiana, most of Florida, Southwestern Arizona, many parts of California, and Southeastern Washington. 

 

 Mature Height 

 In their natural environment, white pine trees can grow to be 135 feet tall. When planted by homeowners or in commercial settings, these trees often reach a height between 50 and 80 feet. 

 

 Mature Width 

 White pine trees increase, and when they are grown, they often have a 20-to-40-foot span. 

 

 Soil Recommendations 

 These trees that have a pyramidal shape can tolerate many soil conditions. They prefer to be planted in slightly acidic soil where they will get at least four hours of sun daily. This tree is so hardy that it naturally grows in many different settings from rocky cliff edges to bogs. The white pine tree thrives best when planted in well-drained soil, but it needs an occasional watering if conditions get too dry. 

 

 Needles 

 The blue-green needles of this tree are attached to branches in sets of five. They are soft to the touch and very pliable and grow to be between three-and-five inches long. After this tree reaches maturity, you may see some needles turn yellow. The yellowing color indicates older needles that are about to drop to make room for new growth. This process typically happens in the fall, but depending on your environment, it can occur in the spring. 

 

 Pinecones 

 Male and female pinecones grow on the same tree. They usually start to grow in the early spring. If you look closely, you can see that male pinecones have overlapping scales. As the pinecone matures, the levels stop overlapping, and male pinecones release seeds. Female pinecones on this tree are much larger than their male counterparts. They can grow to be 8-inches long and 1-inch in diameter. 

 

 If you are looking for a long-living tree that grows quickly and efficiently, consider white pine trees. They can live to be up to 200-years-old and reach heights up to 80 feet tall when planted. They are particularly useful as windbreaks and screens, and they will grow in almost any condition.

                                                       

 

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