comes in 5-6′. 6-7′ and 7-8′ feet tall and larger
P. strobus – Eastern White Pine – Weymouth Pine – White Pine – This slender, conical tree when young, becoming irregular and flat topped with age, often losing major branches from Eastern North America grows 120-200′ feet tall usually a lot less in cultivation and 20-25′ feet wide. It has smooth gray bark, which becomes black and fissured and slender, olive brown shoots with ovoid-oblong buds. It produces slender, soft, bluish green leaves, 3-5 ½” long, are borne in 5’s.It bears cylindrical, tapered, green female cones, which ripen to brown, are 3-8″ long and 2″ wide held in cluster and excretes copious amounts of white resin. Excellent specimen tree or hedge.
evergreen – Grow these easily grown plants in
any well drained soil in full sun, but may need a symbiotic soil fungus to
assist nutrient uptake on poorer soils.