Pinus palustris Longleaf Pine 1gallon

$10.00
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Pinus palustris (Longleaf Pine) grows 80-100 ft. Stately southern pine with large nice cones. Long needles commonly used in landscape as mulch. 

Zones 8-10

1 gallon available 

Reviews

  • 4
    Long Leaf Pine

    Posted by David on 9th Jun 2020

    This arrived as a mop of long green needles, but that's just how this species starts out. It doesn't develop a trunk until the roots are established. It has become quite a conversation piece.

  • 5
    Seems fine - really too soon to tell until it takes root and kicks in - in maybe 2 years

    Posted by Alan L. Weiss on 27th May 2020

    Hope it takes and grows fast - you know it looks like grass now - looking forward to what it looks like in 2 - 10 years.

  • 5
    delivered healthy and as described

    Posted by Pen Smith on 10th May 2020

    As always, healthy plants, shipped carefully, on time and as expected.

  • 5
    Longleaf Pine

    Posted by Hampton Walker on 15th Sep 2019

    Even though the longleaf pines I ordered were delayed due to hurricane Dorian, they came perfectly healthy and are doing well in the ground.

  • 5
    Longleaf pine

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Mar 2017

    I love the longleaf pine. Arrived safely and is a healthy tree. I did not want to buy a pine that has been in a pot sitting in a nursery. I imagine it will grow better in my yard if planted from a sapling because of the tap root.

  • 5
    Pleasing Pinus Palustris

    Posted by Charles on 31st Oct 2016

    One of my favorite trees. Grass stage will take a while to grow up, but is worth the wait. I received a strong healthy plant.

  • 5
    Baby pine tree still growing well

    Posted by Unknown on 31st Aug 2016

    Arrived quickly and in relatively good shape. Make sure someone is home to accept delivery and open the box if ordering during the hottest part of summer. Seems to be growing well after planting. Will order from this company again.

  • 5
    healthy trees

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Sep 2015

    The trees seemed healthy and viable. Both are doing fine so far. This native tree is hard to find, and I am looking forward to watching them grow.

  • 4
    order long leaf pines

    Posted by Unknown on 1st May 2015

    I order two Long Leaf Pines. It only took about a week to receive them and they were well package. They were taken out of the plastic container pot and the root ball was wrap in plastic. They were full with probably 50 or so foot long needles on them. The one pine the soil was falling apart a bit when I took it out of the bag and had to be careful. The other one had a strong root system and look very healthy. Overall was happy and would buy from again.