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- Buy 100 - 20000 and get 40% off
- Latin Name- Pinus Ponderosa Hardy Planting Zone- 3-7 Mature Height- 60-100 ft Width- 25-30 Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun
- THIS PLANT CAN NOT SHIP TO THE FOLLOWING STATES:
- HI, MT
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Ponderosa Pine - Pinus ponderosa
Ponderosa Pine - Pinus ponderosa is an incredibly tall evergreen native to the Southwestern United States. Favored as a lumber tree for its heavy wood and large trunks, the ponderosa grows in stands on mesas or mountain slopes that are well-drained and dry. The ponderosa’s tall, straight trunks are easily recognized by the scaly, rust-colored bark that covers the tree and the plain vanilla or butterscotch smell that this bark emits. This tree’s thin, flexible leaves are typically 4-8 inches long and are arranged in bundles of three. Living 500 years or more, the ponderosa propagates by dispersing purplish, winged seeds that may float up to 1,000 feet before descending to the ground.
Ponderosa Pine is a nonflowering tree, and it is a needled evergreen. It likes full sun and average watering. Low maintenance and deer also tolerate drought tolerant. It likes proper light draining, moist soil. It will not perform well in the shade.
Once this tree is established, it will be tolerant of some dry soil conditions. It grows best at 4000-8500 feet in elevations. This is an excellent timber tree and does not have many problems. They can be massive and significant because they can grow erect and tall. The foliage or needles are up at the top, and they will shed during the winter months but not a lot because they will still retain some. The needles can be used as a heat absorber or water absorber around bushes and other plants.
Yellow Pines are magnificent trees and can grow. Yellow Pines will make a great statement on a lawn or any landscape. Yellow Pines will prefer moist and well-drained soil conditions but will also adapt to other types of soil conditions. Yellow Pine trees will also attract wildlife such as squirrels and birds.