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Ponderosa - The Western Yellow Pine is one of America’s most abundant tree species. You may have also heard the Western Yellow Pine called a Ponderosa Pine, a name given for the tree’s colossal size at maturity. This huge evergreen displays dark yellow-green bundles of needles and is adorned with reddish-brown pinecones 3”-6” in length with sharp “teeth.” The scaly bark emits a fragrance of that smells like butterscotch or vanilla. The Western Yellow Pine makes a great accent or specimen tree, windbreak, buffer strip, or mass landscape planting. A mature tree can grow up to 60’-130’ in height and with a spread of 25’-30’ at the crown of the tree. Although adaptable to a variety of conditions, the Western Yellow Pine prefers moist, deep, well-drained soil and full sun.
Eastern White Pine - You will proudly display this remarkable tree! The Eastern White Pine has played an important role in American history. From Native American herbal remedies to historic homes of our nation’s founders, this tree has held an important role in our county. This evergreen displays bluish green bundles of needles that are soft to the touch and is adorned with brown pinecones 3”-8” in length. Perfect for families with allergies or asthma because it does not emit the strong smell other pines do. The Eastern White Pine makes a great accent or specimen tree, windbreak, buffer strip, or mass landscape planting. It is also widely used as a Christmas tree!
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