Pinus Palustris, Yellow Pine Tree
As the name implies, the yellow pine tree is known for the yellowish tint to their needles. These evergreen trees will always have their lush foliage, even in the colder winter months. The tree will also give off a pleasant aroma that will make one feel as though they're in the mountains. The branches and cones will also attract many birds and other small animals hoping to find a meal or a suitable place to build a nest. Yellow pines should provide bird watchers with plenty of relaxing afternoons watching and listening to their feathered friends flit about and sing, providing a very relaxing atmosphere to any yard or garden.
This tree is native and common in the Southern United States. These trees are evergreens. They are great for any yard or planted in the wild for wildlife use.
The Yellow Pine Tree grows best in a climate with wet weather and warmth.
Yellow Pines is common in sandy and clay soils. The needles of the Yellow Pine come in bundles of 3, and on rare occasions in bundles of 2.