White Pine - 2 year old, 5-10+" Seedlings

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White Pine

Pinus strobus

This is the most popular conifer that we sell and we have sold millions of them in our history.  The Eastern White Pine is a fast growing evergreen that is hardy and adaptable to many soil types.  The needles are clustered, soft and blue-green in color which give this conifer a somewhat wispy feel.  Its buds are sticky and aromatic, and the tree gives off a very pleasant scent, especially after it rains.  The bark on the Eastern White Pine is smooth and silvery when young but matures into a dark grayish brown with broad ridges and deep furrows as the tree ages.  This selection is very popular in the home landscape, but is also regularly used by forestry companies for reforestation and other planting projects. 

  • Zones
  • Soil Type
    Clay, Loam & Sandy soils
  • Site Selection
    Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Mature Height & Width
    60-80'+ Height and 20-40' Spread
  • Growth Rate
    Fast - 2'+ per year in ideal conditions
  • Moisture Requirements
    Drier soils to wetter but well drained soils free of standing water

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The Eastern White Pine is an ornamental and unique tree that looks great planted individually or in groups.  A common pine tree used for reforestation, it can also be grown successfully in the home landscape.  It is important to keep this tree away from heavy soils that routinely retain a good deal of water.  Also, this conifer is sensitive to air pollution and salt so the urban landscape is less desirable than suburban or rural areas.  All in all, it is no wonder that the Eastern White Pine is our largest selling conifer selection.

Fun facts:

  • The Eastern White Pine is the state tree of Maine.
  • The seeds from this evergreen were introduced into England from Maine in 1605 by Captain George Weymouth of the British Navy.  This conifer is appropriately named the Weymouth Pine in England.

Common Uses:

  • Quick coverage for privacy screens
  • Great conifer for windbreaks
  • Reforestation
  • Shade trees
  • Great wildlife value
  • Lumber production
  • Christmas trees

Eastern White Pine is very valuable to wildlife.  Their pine seeds are loved by black bears, rabbits, red squirrels and many birds.  Due to the dense foliage this conifer exhibits, it provides important nesting habitat for woodpeckers, mourning doves, common grackles, nuthatches and chickadees.  Bald eagles enjoy nesting on top of the largest Eastern White Pine trees.  As this evergreen grows larger, larger birds place their nests closest to the trunk while smaller species such as robins and pine warblers place their nests well out on to the limbs.

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