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Eastern White Pine #1 Container

The Eastern White Pine is an iconic native tree that grows naturally across all the eastern half of the country. It grows rapidly, adding 3 feet a year once well-established, and it forms a beautiful tall, straight trunk, covered in rugged gray bark. The needles are long and soft, with a …
The Eastern White Pine is an iconic native tree that grows naturally across all the eastern half of the country. It grows rapidly, adding 3 feet a year once well-established, and it forms a beautiful tall, straight trunk, covered in rugged gray bark. The needles are long and soft, with a characteristic blue-green color, and the cones are long and large. This hardy tree is ideal for natural planting in cold areas, since it is hardy to zone 3, and it makes a beautiful lawn specimen. It can even be clipped into a unique hedge. Use it to restore the natural vegetation of your area, or just to enjoy living with a beautiful native tree. - Iconic eastern-states native tree - Soft, blue-green long needles - Tall straight trunk with handsome rugged bark - Perfect for natural plantings - Reliable and fast-growing The Eastern White Pine grows best in full sun, in well-drained open soil, but it is adaptable and will grow in most locations. Once established it has moderate resistant to normal summer drought periods. It needs no special care or pruning, and it has few pests or diseases. The once-dreaded blister rust is now a rare disease, and in most areas you will no longer encounter it - so your tree is safe. Avoid changing the soil level around established, older pine trees, which are sensitive to soil being placed over the root zone.
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The Eastern White Pine is an iconic native tree that grows naturally across all the eastern half of the country. It grows rapidly, adding 3 feet a year once well-established, and it forms a beautiful tall, straight trunk, covered in rugged gray bark. The needles are long and soft, with a characteristic blue-green color, and the cones are long and large. This hardy tree is ideal for natural planting in cold areas, since it is hardy to zone 3, and it makes a beautiful lawn specimen. It can even be clipped into a unique hedge. Use it to restore the natural vegetation of your area, or just to enjoy living with a beautiful native tree. - Iconic eastern-states native tree - Soft, blue-green long needles - Tall straight trunk with handsome rugged bark - Perfect for natural plantings - Reliable and fast-growing The Eastern White Pine grows best in full sun, in well-drained open soil, but it is adaptable and will grow in most locations. Once established it has moderate resistant to normal summer drought periods. It needs no special care or pruning, and it has few pests or diseases. The once-dreaded blister rust is now a rare disease, and in most areas you will no longer encounter it - so your tree is safe. Avoid changing the soil level around established, older pine trees, which are sensitive to soil being placed over the root zone.

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