Pine trees are one of the most varied and widely spread genus of native tree species in North America. Adapted to so many environments, pine trees are hardy survivors in their native habitat. The pine trees of North America were used by Native Americans for treatments of respiratory ailments, in canoe building and even as food. Today native pines are one of the most valuable commercial timber sources and continue to be used for construction, furniture, pulpwood, land management and more.
Ornamental and wet footed.
Mature Height: 40' - 45'; Mature Width: 12' - 15'; Growth Rate: Slow - Medium
Light Required: Sun, Partial Sun; Soil Moisture: Medium-Wet; Soil pH: N
Eastern White Cedar pack of 5 Seedlings (12"-18")
Eastern White Cedar Pack of 25 Seedlings (6"-9")
Eastern White Cedar Pack of 100 Seedlings (6"-9")
White pine is logged for the production of lumber, creosote-soaked telephone poles, and as pulp for the production of paper. White Pine is commonly transplanted today as a landscape evergreen tree and is also sold as a cut Christmas tree.
Mature Height: 60' - 80'; Mature Width: 20' - 40'; Growth Rate: Fast
Light Required: Sun; Soil Moisture: Medium; Soil pH: Alkaline-Normal
White Pine - Pack of 5 Seedlings (12"-18")
White Pine - Pack of 25 Seedlings (6"-9")
White Pine - Pack of 100 Seedlings (6"-9")