Pinus strobus (Europe) (Eastern White Pine, White Pine, Weymouth Pine, Northern White Pine)

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Eastern White Pine is the largest conifer species in the upper Midwest. Needles are in clusters of five, are soft, flexible, and 2.5-5” long. They are bluish green and grow off of cylindrical stems. Cones are 4-8” long and remain attached for several months after ripening in the fall. The...
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Eastern White Pine is the largest conifer species in the upper Midwest. Needles are in clusters of five, are soft, flexible, and 2.5-5” long. They are bluish green and grow off of cylindrical stems. Cones are 4-8” long and remain attached for several months after ripening in the fall. The bark is thick, smooth and greenish-brown on young trees, becoming deeply fissured and dark gray with age.

Botanical Name : Pinus strobus (Europe)

Common Name : Eastern White Pine, White Pine, Weymouth Pine, Northern White Pine

Height : 130 ft

Spread : 80 ft

Germination Info : Seed requires 30-45 days cold moist stratification

Hardiness zone : 3-8

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1625

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