[a.k.a. White Pine, Northern White Pine]
Eastern White Pine grow to become the kings of the Eastern forests. They are the tallest evergreen tree in North America. White Pine reach heights of up to 120 feet tall [rarely to 200ft], with a spread of up to 30 feet during a life span of easily 200 years.
It’s long blue-green needles average 2 to 5 inches in length. In dense growing conditions, lower branches often fall away as White Pine reach maturity. This results a tall bare trunk with a “crown” of branches at the top.
SOLD OUT till Fall 2021
Eastern White Pine were a staple of the lumber industry long before the great Chicago fire, but the need for construction lumber after that fire was immense. The amount of timber felled and floated and shipped out to rebuild The Windy City involved a huge number of Eastern White Pine. West Michigan was virtually cleared of all old growth Eastern White Pine due to the Chicago fire and the building boom after WWII.
Eastern White Pine prefer full sun and well drained soils. Planting in sandy soils in open spaces is ideal. This species does well in mild to moderate drought once established with good deep root systems. Their height, branching nature and seed make them an ideal squirrel, chipmunk and bird shelter and food source. Birds of prey often nest in mature White Pine due to the high vantage point and the animals attracted by it’s seed.
Eastern White Pine seedlings: characteristics and info• prefers hardiness zones 3-7
• prefers full sun but does OK in partial shade
• mature height and spread: up to 120 ft high, 30 ft spread
• prefers sandy soils, sandy loam, light soils, well draining soils
• Missouri Botanical Garden info on Pinus strobus
• Eastern White Pine Sizes and Availability:
--- Eastern White Pine seedlings [sold out till Fall 2021]
--- Eastern White Pine transplants [sold out till Fall 2021]
--- Eastern White Pine plug seedlings [sold out till Fall 2021]
--- Eastern White Pine plug transplants [discontinued]
--- Eastern White Pine conservation grade plug transplants [discontinued]
• Comparable alternative species: Austrian Pine, Ponderosa Pine and Red Pine. Confused about species? Check out our Evergreen Tree Buyers Guide
CURRENTLY SOLD OUT in this species in this size, see size and availability options above. Please consider joining our very unobtrusive email list to be notified when we begin selling and shipping this species in this size. You may also request a custom invoice to reserve these trees in your name for a later ship date.
Prices below include all shipping and handling and a one year guarantee*:
5-pack for $29.00 (5 bare root evergreen seedlings)
10-pack for $39.00 (10 bare root evergreen seedlings)
25-pack for $57.00 (25 bare root evergreen seedlings)
50-pack for $80.00 (50 bare root evergreen seedlings)
100-pack for $115.00 (100 bare root evergreen seedlings)