Spruce Pine Seedlings
- Latin Name- Pinus glabra Hardy Planting Zone- 8-9 Mature Height- 60-90 ft Width- 30-40 Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun to Full Shade.
- THIS PLANT CAN NOT SHIP TO THE FOLLOWING STATES:
- HI, MT
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Spruce Pine Seedlings - Pinus glabra
The Spruce Pine Seedlings is a towering tree, from sixty-five feet to 131 feet at maturity. Spruce Pine Seedlings has long, thin needle-like leaves reach about three inches long and are dark, glossy green. The trunk is thick and woody with chunky, grooved bark. It produces cones that are two and a half inches long. This tree thrives in soils of all conditions except those with high pH levels. It can grow in many areas, even in the harsh environments of urban areas. It requires full sun. Its growth rate is relatively slow and steady. Hardy in zones 7 to 9.
These Spruce Pine seedlings evoke memories of Christmas trees, but this beautiful evergreen is beauty at any time of year. The conical and irregular canopy is familiar to anyone who has seen pictures of it as a Christmas tree in living rooms and on movie screens. Its dense foliage and large lower branches make it a popular choice for landscapers looking for a windbreak or a privacy screening around the edges of the yard. The Spruce Pine's needles are large, around 2-3 inches. You will often find 2.5-inch-diameter cones on the Spruce Pine's branches, which stay on the tree for upwards of 3-4 years. Spruce Pines attract squirrels and other mammals to the yard.
Spruce Pine Seedlings are great to use for creating borders around lawns. They grow in a cone shape and look beautiful all throughout the year. They are considered evergreen trees and the pine needles remain green all year long. They thrive when the soils are moist and well drained. They are robust and hardy trees and also do well in intense weather conditions. They also produce lovely pine cones that can be used to create beautiful crafts and used for decorations.