Virginia Pine Tree

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Virginia Pine Tree - Pinus virginiana

Virginia Pine tree is a red and brown shade with a thin bark also referred to as the "Scrub Pine." This tree has short needles that are about 1.5 to 3 inches long and grows beautiful loose branches when its reached its full growth. The Virginia Pine has a twisted structure and is quite favorable for its shaggy appearance and generally sprouts where other trees decline to grow.

Furthermore, it develops in dry weather and dry soil and does well under the sun. With the height of the trees being 30-60 inches in height and 25-35 inches in width. Many tend to utilize this tree as a Christmas Tree and the baby trees are molded into a historic Christmas Tree Cone!

Virginia Pines are not limited to Virginia. These hardy trees can survive poor soil conditions from New York to Alabama. Frigid winters, sandy soils, and minimal nutrients will not stop these trees from growing. Virginia Pines are very popular in the southern states for use as Christmas trees. These trees can be ready for harvest in as few as three years with optimal growing and pruning conditions. Five years is usually preferred so the trees will be thick with short, paired needles on long spreading limbs.

Since these hardy trees are pest-resistant and tolerate poor soil conditions, they are favored by landscapers for bonsai use, median barriers, and seaside homes. These trees are often used to reforest barren areas where fire or mining has destroyed the landscape. Set at the perimeters of a yard and regularly pruned, these pines will grow thick and substantial, making a beautiful natural boundary.

The wood of a Virginia Pine will soften as the tree ages. Bird-lovers allow older trees to remain on their property so they will attract woodpeckers. Some people also use stands for the trees to create a natural privacy fence around their home or property.

Virginia Pines are shipped as bare root plants to customers.