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Evergreen Seedlings and Evergreen Transplants For Sale
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EVERGREEN SEEDLINGS [PLUGS]:
Oriental Spruce
Red Pine
White Cedar
Variety Packs

Shipping Aug 31
and later:

EVERGREEN SEEDLINGS [PLUGS]:
Austrian Pine
Balsam Fir
Black Hills Spruce
Colorado Blue Spruce
Concolor Fir
Douglas Fir
Eastern Red Cedar
Fraser Fir
Meyers Spruce
Norway Spruce
Oriental Spruce
Ponderosa Pine
Red Pine
Serbian Spruce
Tamarack Larch
White Cedar
White Pine
White Spruce
Variety Packs

EVERGREEN TRANSPLANTS [PLUGS]:
Austrian Pine
Balsam Fir
Black Hills Spruce
Meyers Spruce
Norway Spruce
Tamarack Larch
White Cedar
White Spruce
Variety Packs

Shipping Sept 21
and later:


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Packaging
Services
& Items:

Individual Packaging
Gift Bag Packaging
Eco Friendly Packaging
Custom Pendants
Auger, 24" Long by 3" dia

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Red Pine Seedlings

(a.k.a. Norway Pine)
(Pinus Resinosa)

A long-needled fast growing pine, Red Pine reach heights of up to 150 feet, with a bare trunk reaching over halfway up the tree as it reaches maturity. Their needles are up to 6 inches long, making for a very tall tree with a "crown" of branches and needles at the top.

Often found growing in sandy soils and rocky terrain, Red Pine adapt well to very poor soil and can live as long as 400 years. It does not tolerate shade, but does tolerate high winds and drier soils.

Red Pine are often planted for forest and wildlife habitat, and are common in most Northern States.

Discontinued in this size - see options below

OTHER SIZES AND OPTIONS:
Red Pine are offered in the following sizes:
plug seedling
• plug transplant [not available till Fall 2016]
Comparable/alternative species: Austrian Pine, Ponderosa Pine, White Pine
Confused about species? Check out our Evergreen Tree Buyers Guide

Pictures of mature Red Pine
Red PineRed Pine

These pictures are for general identification and description only. As your trees reach maturity, they may vary slightly in size, color, and general appearance.



Red Pine Seedlings [25-pack shown]

Approx 4-10 inches


Red Pine: Zones 3-6

Prefers zones 3-6



Suitable for full sun


QUARANTINE:
California and Oregon residents:
We cannot ship this specific tree to you due to your state's quarantine restrictions. View our CA/OR quarantine list >>

• On The Calendar:
• Right now: shipping all remaining evergreen seedling plugs from last year's crop every Mon-Wed till sold out
• August 2015: accepting pre-orders for our new crop of evergreen seedling plugs and evergreen transplant plugs / bare root evergreen seedlings and bare root evergreen transplants
• August 31, 2015: shipping season begins for our new crop of evergreen seedling plugs and evergreen transplant plugs
• September 21, 2015: shipping season begins for our new crop of bare root evergreen seedlings and bare root evergreen transplants
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