Red Pine - 2 year old, 4-8" Seedlings

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Red Pine, 2 year old, 4-8" Seedlings

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Red Pine

Pinus resinosa

The Red Pine is a long lived conifer and one of our top sellers. This conifer is a medium to large sized tree which has long, soft, flexible needles and a beautiful bark that turns red as it matures.  The tree is self pruning, ultimately leaving the bottom portion of the trunk branch free.  A favorite of the paper companies, they love its disease resistance and future as a pulp producer.  Try this evergreen with our Hybrid Poplar for a fast windbreak or add other pines and spruces for a great look. 

  • Zones
  • Soil Type
    Clay, Loam, Rocky & Sandy soils
  • Site Selection
    Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Mature Height & Width
    60-80'+ Height and 30-40' Spread
  • Growth Rate
    Medium to Fast - 12-24" per year
  • Moisture Requirements
    Dry soils to moist but well drained soils

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The Red Pine is also known as the Norway Pine.  This tree has a very straight, clear trunk and is commonly used in recreation areas due to its attractive red bark.  Grows on tough dry, rocky, gravelly areas like the Jack Pine but has more shade tolerance.  The Red Pine will thrive in sites that are low in soil fertility, but will also do well on heavier soils as long as they are well drained.  This tree works well as part of a multi species windbreak as its roots are relatively deep and stong. 

Common Uses:

  • Ornamental for its attractive red bark
  • Part of a multi species windbreak
  • Grown for production of cabin logs and railroad ties
  • Widely planted around reservoirs for water quality protection
  • Reforestation and naturalizing former farm fields

The Red Pine is frequently used as a nesting site by red squirrels, crows, ravens and hawks, the abandoned nests of which are then used by long-eared and barred owls.  The cones produce large seeds which are eaten by chickadees, finches, crossbills and other mammals.  In the northwoods, it is common to see a hawk, owl, eagle or osprey perched atop this tall tree keenly searching for their next meal.

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