The Eastern White Pine produces beautiful, long blue/green needles that can grow up to 5" long. This pine also transplants easy.
This pine is commonly used as Christmas trees and windbreaks.
Seeds produced on the Eastern White Pine are enjoyed by black bears, rabbits, red squirrels, and birds.
History & Lore
TIn 1817, French botanist André Michaux wrote a lengthy entry on the Eastern White Pine. He stated that it was "the most diversified of all pines." Before the War of Independence, England would use the wood of Eastern White Pine to make masts for its ships (1711-1721).