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Loblolly Pine

Loblolly Pine Pinus taeda


  • Loblolly Pine - Pinus taeda
  • Loblolly Pine - Pinus taeda
  • Loblolly Pine Cone
  • Loblolly Pine

Average Shipping Height: 6" - 1'
Item #3115
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$5.50
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Overview

The Loblolly Pine grows in zones 6-9.
The loblolly pine is an important American timber tree that is also cloaked in beauty during much of the year. With a natural range reaching across the southeastern United States, this pine is distinguished by its large, columnar trunk; attractive bark in broad, reddish-brown plates; and pale green needles. As one of the fastest-growing southern pines, it is used for a quick screen in many landscapes.

  • Provides quick screen in many landscapes
  • Grows quickly
  • Adaptable to a wide variety of soils
  • Is drought tolerant
  • Will be delivered at a height of 6"–1'  


Your Tree’s Personality

Mature Height

N/A–N/A

Mature Spread

25'–35'

Growth Rate

Fast

Shape

Oval

Sun Preference

Full Sun,

Soil Preference

Acidic, Clay, Drought-tolerant, Loamy, Moist, Sandy, Well-drained,

Wildlife Value

Loblolly pines provide shelter and food for many southeastern animals, including birds such as Carolina chickadees, brown-headed nuthatches, rufous-sided towhees, northern bobwhites and wild turkeys. The seeds are also consumed by chipmunks, squirrels and other small rodents.

History/Lore

The loblolly is native to the east coast of North America from New Jersey to Florida and Texas. As such, it has a long history with the pioneers and is known by several other names, among them rosemary pine, old field pine, bull pine, Indian pine and longstraw pine. In the South, the name loblolly means a depression. The tree was originally observed growing in river bottoms, and that is where it acquired its principal common name. It has a tendency to take over abandoned areas, thus the name “old field”; it is extremely aromatic, which is where "rosemary" came from; and it is blessed with an extremely large trunk, suggesting the name "bull." It was once an important lumber tree due to its abundance.

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