Loblolly pine is native to the southern United States and is famously used for timber and turpentine as well as for its beauty in the landscape.

Loblolly Pine Tree

Status: In Stock

What we ship: Click here to see what your bare root plants and trees will look like upon arrival. They will come up and bloom like product images shown.

Latin Name- Pinus Taeda, Hardy Planting Zone- 6-9 Mature Height- 60-90 ft Width- 25-30' Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun

Loblolly Pine For Sale Affordable At Tennessee Wholesale


The loblolly pine tree grows to between 90 and 100 feet tall with a 45 to 50-foot spread. It is usually shorter when it’s cultivated and may only grow to around 50 feet tall. It is a fast grower and can grow as much as 25 inches per year. It does best in hardiness zones 6 to 9. It is a hardy tree and can be seen taking over land with poor soils. Like other pines, the loblolly is an evergreen, which means it does not drop its needles all at once in the fall. The needles of this beautiful pine come three to a sheath and are 6 to 9 inches long and bright green. They are just slightly twisted and have tiny teeth. They have resin canals and come to a point. The cones are oval, 3 to 5 inches long, light brown with a substantial base and slightly bent prickles. The seed the cones produce is 1/4 inch long, dark brown and mottled with black with 1/4 inch long wings.

Buy Loblolly Branches From A Trusted Nursery Tennessee Wholesale 

The loblolly needs full sun, heat and high humidity. It likes wet soil and is an excellent specimen to plant in a rain garden. It gets its common name from a sailor’s term for a water spoon or the southern term for a mud hole. Since the loblolly pine keeps most of its leaves throughout the year, it provides color to a garden in winter. It also tolerates deer. Our company is pleased to sell bare root specimens of this magnificent tree.

Loblolly Pine Online Lowest Price Guarantee


Image result for loblolly pine trees


Related products

Customers Also Viewed