The largest of the conifers growing in the Eastern United States, the White Pine is often used as a Christmas Tree due to its conical shape and soft needles. White Pine serves as shelter for a variety of wildlife and many birds as well as deer are known to feed on its seeds.
White Pine naturally grows in an oval, pyramidal shape. White Pine features long, slender blue-green needles sometimes reaching 5" in length. The needles grow in bundles of 5 that are soft and flexible.
The White Pine is grown and shipped from our Wisconsin location.
The White Pine is the state tree of Maine and Michigan. It can grow to heights of 150 feet.