Pinus strobus - Eastern White Pine
2020 2 gallons are 3-4 ft. and 7 gallons are 3-4 ft and much bushier!
Eastern white pine is a stately canopy tree, 75-100 ft. tall at maturity; sometimes much taller. Gracefully plume-like in outline, white pine is very distinctive when compared to other conifers. Its branches are horizontal and tiered. Tufts of light- to bluish-green needles are borne in feathery clusters of five only toward the ends of the twigs. Cones are 6-8 in. long.
Trees are shade tolerant, deer resistant and evergreen. A native tree to Long Island and greater NY area.
The largest northeastern conifer, a magnificent evergreen tree with straight trunk and crown of horizontal branches, 1 row added a year, becoming broad and irregular. The largest conifer and formerly the most valuable tree of the Northeast, Eastern White Pine is used for construction, millwork, trim, and pulpwood.