Pitch Pine Seedlings Package of 100

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Zone
4-7,
grow-zone
Planting Zones 4-7
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Ships November
Bloom Season
N/A,
Bloom Color
N/A,
Height At Maturity
Over 20 Feet
Categories
Seedlings
Exposure
Sun And Shade, Full Sun,
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100 Plants
Shipped As
Bare-root
Usage
Border Plants,

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Pitch Pine Seedlings Package of 100 Description

Pitch pine seedlings are a species of the evergreen conifer.

Pitch pine native American trees are exceptional in the way they can flourish in some of the most desert and depleted soils on the planet.

So, whatever the conditions are at your home, these little beauties will tough it out. Yet, they particularly love the climate in South Carolina.

They grow slowly and are medium in size. They have a lifetime of around 200 years. Generational plants are always great for landscaping and perfect as part of a home you plan to keep in the family.

They regenerate growth after injury (such as cutting or burning) and regrow twisting branches that bend in different directions.

Because of this propensity, the pitch pine may develop a distinctive, relatively "open" form, making it a sought-after species among bonsai lovers.

This also means you can shape the plant over time by cutting and rerouting smaller branches. You can also keep the cuttings as kindling. Once they dry out, they burn amazingly.

The tree features rich, dark green needles, and new growth has a vivid, yellowish-green color. If you group a few of these trees, you get a thick, luxurious brush that feels like you're miles into the woods.

Pitch Pine Seedlings Beautifies Landscapes

Pitch pine trees with cones are easily recognized by their pine needle leaves and evergreen beauty. These aspects are prevalent in residential landscapes.

Additionally, that feeling of comfort you get from the wind rushing through these trees is unrivaled by almost any other natural phenomenon.

As we mentioned earlier, the plethora of natural shapes these plants create either on their own (or with some help from some pruning while they grow) make them among the unique landscape trees.

Pitch Pine Seedlings Form and Growing Conditions

Pitch Pine trees have a wavy shape. They grow well in dry, rocky soil that other trees cannot survive, becoming open and uneven in form in exposed locations. Their knotty, bent stems and twisted, gnarled branches have a wide range of shapes. Their horizontal components form a large uneven crown.

Furthermore, the cones range from 3 to 9cm in length. They open and drop their seed while still connected to the tree and remain on it for ten years or more.

Research suggests that these trees are perfect for reforestation efforts. They multiply, and as they can reproduce after a fire, they provide excellent vital qualities for an entire forest after a wildfire.

These trees are ideal for adding to almost any landscaping plan that allows for their size. They aren't picky regarding growing conditions and provide homes for cute wildlife while creating their own, quickly grown, unique look to a property.

It is an evergreen perennial plant featuring a thick bark developing around the trunk like armor plates. When young, the bark is in a reddish-brown tint, but it becomes grey and later nearly black as it matures. Its stiff yellow-green needles that grow in three clusters gradually turn into a dark green color as the plant matures. It produces tiny cones that mature in two years and persist on the tree for many years rather than dropping off. The trees are stunning in the spring, summer, and autumn, but their snow-covered form is striking.

It has a medium growth rate, slowing down as the tree approaches maturity. It may reach about 40 to 60 feet and spread up to 30 to 50 feet at maturity. It has twisted, gnarled, and drooping branches with an uneven, spherical shape. It may have a tuft of needles on its trunk and a crown of horizontal branches. It may provide a natural habitat for many birds and small mammals, and its seeds and sprouts are a common food source.

These seedlings thrive in full sunshine, so plant them accordingly. However, they may thrive in partial shade if there isn't too much competition from surrounding oaks or other hardwood trees. Even though it prefers moist, well-drained soil, it may grow in many poor, dry, acidic, and rocky soils. It may tolerate salt and drought conditions.

It is possible to develop this tree from the seed present in the cone. Its seeds are easily recognized by the prominent wing connected to the seed for dispersal. You may have to collect seeds from cones that have fallen. Having lovely, healthy seeds to succeed while germinating pine seeds is essential.

These seedlings were formerly an essential supply of pitch and lumber for shipbuilding, mining timbers, and railroad ties due to the high resin content of the wood, which prevented it from decaying. As a result, it is also used to build sophisticated wood structures, such as radio towers. Currently, people use it to construct ships and railroad ties and the production of tar and turpentine. 

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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

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Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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