Southern Yellow Pine Tree - Pinus Palustris
The Southern Yellow Pine tree is generally found along the eastern coast because it loves the sandy soil. The bark stands out among the rest because it is a deep red color with scaly, rough patches. The trunks are thick and straight up with a canopy that rest high on top. This tree has pollen that lasts from July – August. The needles are green, thin and can be as long as 4 inches. This tree is generally grown in large patches or in acres and let grown so that they can later be harvested for the timber. This tree is native from the eastern coast of North Carolina to Florida and over to Louisiana.
ReviewsThis tree grows so tall and dense! I love having green color all year long
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