Loblolly Pine Tree

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Loblolly Pine - Pinus taeda

The Loblolly Pine Tree is a tall tree with a slender trunk that towers over other trees in forest locations. This is a tree that displays fronds during most of the year. The tree is often seen in the southeastern areas of the United States. Bark on the tree is reddish-brown, and the needles are soft and pale green. Loblolly pine tree is a fast-growing evergreen with beautiful needles and a straight majestic trunk. This evergreen features yellow to dark-green needles that can reach 10 inches in length. The lovely, red-brown bark adds a touch of beauty to any landscape. The loblolly's pine cones are yellow in color and measure about three to six inches in length, but the female cones become green and then brown after pollination. It takes about a year-and-a-half for a cone to mature to its brown color and collect seeds.

The loblolly is native to the United States east coast and is also known as rosemary pine, bull pine, Indian pine, as well as other names. The evergreen was initially found growing in the bottom of rivers and often takes over abandoned fields. The loblolly had a lovely scent and served as an essential lumber tree. Easy-to-grow, these evergreen trees provide homeowners with a wind block as well as a privacy screen. Since they can grow up to two feet per year, these evergreens are an excellent choice for homeowners who want to change their landscape in a short period. They are native to the southeast region of the country and provide food and habitat for wildlife around the home including birds, squirrels, and chipmunks. Disease-resistant and hardy, the loblolly is natural to transplant and needs merely water to thrive. This evergreen naturally loses its lower branches as it ages, providing shade to the surrounding areas.