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The Bristlecone Pine Pinus aristata is a type of pine tree that can reach an age far greater than that of any other living thing known - up to 5 000 years.It is dense in growth the shoots set with dark short needles five per bundle. The cones which occasion its names are indeed tipped by slender spines or bristles. Looks aside bristlecone pine is famous because in its arid mountain home of Colorado New Mexico and Arizona it can live for thousands of years. In cultivation it proves slow bushy dark and enduring of difficult sites..
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Austrian Pine Trees

Austrian Pine Trees

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The Austrian Pine Pinus nigra is a densely branched tree producing long dark needles. This evergreen conifer tree thrives in urban locations as well as in windbreaks in more rural settings. It does well in a variety of soils and is very hardy. The spreading branches of a young tree form a pyramidal outline but at maturity it sometimes achieves a picturesque flat topped head. This fast growing pine tree makes an attractive Christmas tree when sheared. It will tolerate both limestone or acidic soils dry rocky locations and windy conditions. Also good for thick screens or windbreaks. For screen space 6 feet apart. When placed in a good site it should reach 5 ft. in height in 6-7 years starting with a 2 year old seedling.

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Loblolly Pine Trees

Loblolly Pine Trees

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The Loblolly Pine tree Pinus taeda is a fast-growing member of the yellow pine group. It is also called yellow pine North Carolina pine and oldfield pine and is the most commercially important forest species in the southern United States. Loblolly Pine trees can grow up to 100 feet tall and up to three feet in diameter; however along the coast they seldom rise more than 50 feet. This evergreen conifer has pine needles that are 6 to 9 inches long. The Loblolly Pine is a stately tree and is often chosen to use for convenient landscape screening. In urban areas stands of loblolly pines are used as wind and noise barriers. It is particularly prized for its straight trunk which contains no knots for up to 30 feet. It thrives in a variety of soils including well-drained upland areas with poor nutrient concentrations to poorly drained lowland areas and abandoned fields.

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Mugho Pine Trees

Mugho Pine Trees

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The Mugho Pine tree Pinus mugo mughus may also be called the dwarf mountain pine. This evergreen little dwarf conifer has branching upright stems evenly covered in 2-inch-long needles of a deep dark true green. Thanks to its low growth mugho pine can be used at the front of a border or anywhere you want year-round greenery in conifer form. Mugho pine trees do not need special soil. In nature it often grows in slightly rocky areas with shallow topsoil. It does require good drainage. Roots grow near the surface so using a cover soil with a 2-inch-thick mulch to protect them is recommended. These trees are easily transplanted. They make a great landscaping evergreen tree because their shape and size are controllable by shearing.

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Ponderosa Pine Trees

Ponderosa Pine Trees

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The Ponderosa Pine Pinus Ponderosa will grow on most soils including very sandy soils and sites with very little topsoil. Once established it is very drought resistant. With good care Ponderosa Pine trees will grow to a height of six feet in six years starting with a 2 year old seedling. It is a tall stately tree that is widely used in windbreaks. The Ponderosa Pine is the most frequently planted of the large long-needled native pines. The soft dark green needles 6-10 inches long are arranged in bundles of three. Cones are 3 to 5 inches long. It is sometimes called Western Yellow Pine or Bull Pine. This evergreen conifer tree thrives in full sun and poor soil and it is one of the tallest and most important timber pines in the western states.

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Scotch Pine Trees

Scotch Pine Trees

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The Scotch Pine tree Pinus Sylvestris is a conifer that is a native of Europe and is widely used as a Christmas Tree. It is a fast growing irregularly shaped tree. The evergreen foliage consists of short twisted needles which are bluish-green and often change to yellow-green in winter. It is a very winter hardy tree and is well suited throughout the Great Plains and Southern Canada. It can reach a height of six feet in six years with good care. When used in windbreaks it should be placed in east or south inside rows and works best in partial shade to full sun. Older trees have orange-colored bark in the crown. It is a hardy tree that grows rapidly for a pine tree.

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Lodgepole Pine Trees

Lodgepole Pine Trees

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The Pine Lodgepole Pinus contorta v. latifolia is a species which grows throughout the west as far north as the Yukon and south to Baja California. It ranges east to the Black Hills of South Dakota and west all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Lodgepole Pine has a long slender pole-like trunk with a short narrow cone shaped crown or it can remain small with broad rounded crown. Its name refers to the use by American Indians of the slender trunks as poles for their conical tents or tepees. Lodgepole pine trees vary in growth rate depending upon location. Known as black pine it can be quite ornamental when young and is valuable to wildlife. Lodgepole pine does best in full to light shade and adapts to a variety of soil types.

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Eastern White Pine Trees

Eastern White Pine Trees

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The Eastern White Pine Pinus Strobus is a beautiful landscape pine widely used throughout much of North America. This evergreen conifer tree is a truly magnificent tree attaining a height of 80 feet at maturity with a diameter of two to three feet. It carries long soft bluish green needles with large brown cones. Eastern White Pine trees are widely used as a screen or windbreak. It grows rapidly for a pine tree and is pyramidal shaped when young becoming umbrella-shaped with age. The White Pine tree is long-lived and vigorous. The White Pine takes six to eight years to produce a six-foot tree on good sites. It grows best in full sun or partial shade and in ordinary soil. It can tolerate wet swampy areas. Space 6 ft. apart for screening purposes. It is easily controlled and is good for small properties as well as field plantings. Also widely used for Christmas trees and timber.

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Bur Oak Trees

Bur Oak Trees

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The Bur Oak tree Quercus macrocarpa is a long-lived majestic oak tree. It is also called the Burr Oak. The Bur Oak is a tall fairly slow-growing long-lived tree highly desirable for windbreaks shelterbelts and ornamental use. It has an impressive crown with a massive trunk which makes it a picturesque specimen. Bur Oak trees adapt to various soils where other oaks may fail. This deciduous tree is tolerant to urban conditions. Autumn colors are yellow-green yellow and yellow brown. The tree will bear acorns in the nursery in ten years.

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