- Bundle of 5 – $10.00
- Bundle of 10 – $20.00
- Bundle of 25 – $30.00
- Bundle of 50 – $60.00
Where to plant: Grows well on well drained sandy or gravelly clay.
Heights and Uses: 80 to 100 feet tall with a diameter of 2 to 3 feet. It’s a good source of wood pulp, plywood veneer, and lumber for a variety of uses.
Leaf: Evergreen needles, 3 to 5 inches long, two or three (on the same branch), slender and flexible needles per fascicle, dark yellow-green in color, fascicle sheath is persistent.
Flower: Species is monoecious; males cylindrical, red to yellow, in clumps at ends of twigs; females light green to red and armed.
Fruit: Egg-shaped cone, 2 inches long, somewhat persistent; red to brown in color, umbo is armed with a small prickle, maturing in fall; scales stay relatively flexible.
Bark: Scaly and dark on young trees, eventually developing flat, scaly plates; very small (pencil point) resin pockets or “Volcanoes” may be apparent.