Pinus strobus, commonly denominated the eastern white pine, northern white
pine, white pine, .... The Eastern White Pine has the distinction of being the tallest
tree in eastern North America. In na...
The tree Guide at arborday.org offers information on size, height, growth rate, sun
and soil preference, and more on Eastern White Pine and many other ...
BACK TO TREE TYPES. Pinus strobus L. Common Characteristics: The largest
pine in the U.S., the White Pine has soft, flexible needles and is bluish-green in ...
White Pine is commonly transplanted today as a landscape evergreen tree and is
also sold as a cut Christmas tree. Also known as Eastern White Pine, this ...
The White Pine is a fast growing (2-3 ft per year or more) evergreen that has ... A
2ft tall potted White Pine tree can be over 12 ft tall in 5 years, in good soil, with ...
The white pine is a large, straight-stemmed tree with a pyramidal crown. It grows
50 to 100 feet tall. It usually grows where there are limestone outcroppings and ...
Introduction: Eastern white pine's graceful habit and long, evergreen needles
give this tree a soft look. It is considered one of the most attractive evergreens
White pine grow best among other trees where the overhead canopy density is
roughly 40 – 60%. However, they will grow very slowly in deep shade – they ...
White Pine (Eastern White Pine) Pinus strobus. This is the largest conifer in the
northeastern United States. The tallest of these trees in Ohio is a 137-foot giant in
Pinaceae -- Pine family. G. W. Wendel and H. Clay Smith. Eastern white pine (
Pinus strobus), also called northern white pine, is one of the most valuable trees