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Austrian Pine Trees - Pinus Nigra

The Austrian Pine is a versatile, fast growing tree that grows in a variety of soils conditions, including sandy, loamy, acidic. It tolerates drought conditions.

Red Pine Trees - Pinus Resinosa

Red Pine can be used in the landscape as a specimen tree, a screening tree, or a windbreak tree. Red Pines grow up to 75 feet high with a spread of 15-20 feet. The needles are medium to dark green and soft.

White Pine Trees - Pinus Strobus

The White Pine grows well in large spaces and may reach sizes over 100 feet tall. It's also commonly used as a Christmas tree.

  • Pine
Austrian Pine Trees - Pinus Nigra

The Austrian Pine is a versatile, fast growing tree that grows in a variety of soils conditions, including sandy, loamy, acidic. It tolerates drought conditions.

Red Pine Trees - Pinus Resinosa

Red Pine can be used in the landscape as a specimen tree, a screening tree, or a windbreak tree. Red Pines grow up to 75 feet high with a spread of 15-20 feet. The needles are medium to dark green and soft.

White Pine Trees - Pinus Strobus

The White Pine grows well in large spaces and may reach sizes over 100 feet tall. It's also commonly used as a Christmas tree.

  • Pine
Austrian Pine Trees - Pinus Nigra

The Austrian Pine is a versatile, fast growing tree that grows in a variety of soils conditions, including sandy, loamy, acidic. It tolerates drought conditions.

Red Pine Trees - Pinus Resinosa

Red Pine can be used in the landscape as a specimen tree, a screening tree, or a windbreak tree. Red Pines grow up to 75 feet high with a spread of 15-20 feet. The needles are medium to dark green and soft.

White Pine Trees - Pinus Strobus

The White Pine grows well in large spaces and may reach sizes over 100 feet tall. It's also commonly used as a Christmas tree.

  • Pine
Austrian Pine Trees - Pinus Nigra

The Austrian Pine is a versatile, fast growing tree that grows in a variety of soils conditions, including sandy, loamy, acidic. It tolerates drought conditions.

Red Pine Trees - Pinus Resinosa

Red Pine can be used in the landscape as a specimen tree, a screening tree, or a windbreak tree. Red Pines grow up to 75 feet high with a spread of 15-20 feet. The needles are medium to dark green and soft.

White Pine Trees - Pinus Strobus

The White Pine grows well in large spaces and may reach sizes over 100 feet tall. It's also commonly used as a Christmas tree.

  • Pine
Austrian Pine Trees - Pinus Nigra

The Austrian Pine is a versatile, fast growing tree that grows in a variety of soils conditions, including sandy, loamy, acidic. It tolerates drought conditions.

Red Pine Trees - Pinus Resinosa

Red Pine can be used in the landscape as a specimen tree, a screening tree, or a windbreak tree. Red Pines grow up to 75 feet high with a spread of 15-20 feet. The needles are medium to dark green and soft.

White Pine Trees - Pinus Strobus

The White Pine grows well in large spaces and may reach sizes over 100 feet tall. It's also commonly used as a Christmas tree.

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Updated on 2013-10-14T01:36:49+00:00, by admin.