This rapid growing pine can reach heights of 40-80' with spreads of 20-30'. The long, soft needles are about 8î long (Loblolly needles 4-8" long and long leaf pine needles are 8-16 " long) and grow in bundles of two to three. It is native to southern wetlands and is very well-suited to wet soils.
Deer Seldom Browse (however, Deer May Rub Antlers)
Photo courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC
|Primary Foliage Color
|Seasonal Foliage Color
|Sun or Shade
|Wet: Prepare planting area for adequate drainage. Poor drainage results in root rot.
|Cold Hardiness Zone
|6 - 9