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Pinus 'Eastern White'

Plant Type: Conifer Shrubs, Conifer Trees

Eastern white pine, is the largest conifer, reaching 150 feet in height and up to 40 inches in diameter. In dense stands, trees produce tall, cylindrical stems with pyramidal shaped crowns, characterized by distinctive, plate like branching, especially noticeable as the trees become older. On young growth, the bark remains rather thin, smooth, and greenish-brown in color. On older trees the bark becomes dark grayish-brown in color. Its evergreen needles are in clusters of 5, soft, flexible, 2 1/2 to 5 inches long, and bluish-green in appearance. Its cones are about 4 to 8 inches long and 1 inch thick. These remain attached for 1 to several months after ripening in the autumn of the second season.

 


Growing & Maintenance Tips:

Flower Color

Medium-Green

Foliage Color

Dark shades of green

Plant Spread

Good Companions

Plant Height

150'

Scape Height

Hardness Zone

4

Soil Moisture


Characteristics & Attributes

Attributes

Bloom Time

Critter Resistance

Exposure

Full Sun

Growth Rate

Medium

Seasonal Interests