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- Latin Name- Pinus rigida Hardy Planting Zone-7-9 Mature Height-80-100 Width-30-40 Sun or Shade- Full shade
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Southern Yellow Pine begins its long life with several years in a grass-like stage.
It stays close to the ground with no trunk until sinking and fully developing its long taproot. Growing branches and a trunk take the next few decades until reaching maturity. It sheds the lower branches and forms a round top with a long, straight trunk; can reach 80 feet in height. This pine enjoys full sun and sandy soil with good drainage. Long pine needles, 8 to 15 inches in length, make this tree's branches ideal for use at Christmas time. Southern Yellow Pine form comes up to a foot long that can remain on the tree for 20 years. It makes an excellent backdrop for other foliage and makes a good windbreak. The Southern Yellow Pine has become a hybrid of four, highly similar, pine trees. Microscopically, it is nearly impossible to differentiate one from another. Sometimes, the pine needles grow five to eight inches long, rather than the traditional long needle. Dense, hardwood with tight growth rings makes this tree prized by the wood industry. Southern yellow pine grows to a mature height of 60 to 100 feet and grows at a rate of 1 to 2 feet per year. It grows readily in USDA hardiness zones 7 through 9 where it's preferred soil of acidic red clay is most widely available. A staple in American construction, it is commonly used in both building and paper industries. Southern yellow pine has short needle clusters of 2 or 3 between 7 to 11 cm long with cones of the corresponding size.
Southern Yellow Pine will make a great border tree for lawns and will also make an excellent shade tree.
Southern Yellow Pine is also known as Pinus Serotina. There are several different species of this tree; Their group of needles distinguishes them. In these trees, the needs will grow in a group of three needles per bunch. They are seen growing in the Southern United States; The best planting zones for this pine is in hardy planting zones 3-9; The growth rate is typically 1 to 2 feet per year. The Southern Yellow Pine is a moderate growing evergreen and will thrive in well-drained soil types. These trees will be lovely when grown as border trees on a property. They are sturdy trees and will withstand strong winds well, and the wood is solid. The wood of these trees used as lumber for buildings and other things. The wood from this tree is also commonly used to make wooden roller coasters and used for utility poles as well. Southern Yellow Pine will do best and prefers to be planted in full sunlight but can tolerate some shaded areas. This tree will have long pine needles and will be a brilliant green and are ideal for lawns. This type of tree grows best where climates have wet weather and are warmer. These trees will grow high in the Eastern regions of the United States. This tree can grow to be up to 80 to 120 feet tall and around 30 to 40 feet wide.
Southern Yellow Pine