Virginia Pine Seedlings

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Planting Zones 4-9
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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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 Virginia Pine is a classic, small to a medium-sized evergreen tree that's perfect for any setting

 It will grow to be 15 to 40 feet high and is often planted as an outdoor barrier. This classic evergreen tree will grow to be a beautiful tree in the landscape. It is often used as a barrier because of its height. They are also widely used in naturalized forests.

Delightfully green, the seedling is the perfect addition to your garden. These beautiful trees are an environmentally friendly and sustainable option that will rapidly grow. Bring your landscape to life with these easy-care, deciduous trees!

If you're looking for a tree that weathers well and is resilient to pests, it's the perfect tree. It has an excellent drought tolerance and can withstand cold winters with temperatures as low as -20°C.

Virginia Pines are fast-growing and easy to care for

The Virginia Pine seedlings are a traditional evergreen, perfect for your garden or landscaping needs! You may have seen these trees before, as they are very common in the Southeast. They are a perfect evergreen for any garden-style property! Plant one today and enjoy their gorgeous shade!

We have seedlings for you to plant in your garden. In the wild, they've been shown to live up to 500+ years. Striving for excellence in our business, we ship grade A quality plants. Not to be undersold for quality, we want our customers to have a unique and comfortable experience every time they visit our store.

We offer a better selection than most nurseries in the U.S., and we also offer competitive prices for specimen nursery stock and landscaping supplies. There is not a tree farm with better prices for quality plants. Products can be shipped to all 50 states. Don't waste your time with inferior wholesale garden plant nurseries. We guarantee your plants for one year after the date they deliver.

Virginia pines are for sale at the online mail store at Tn Nursery

Virginia Pine Seedlings are Classic Evergreens

Virginia Pine seedlings, Pinus virginiana, are classic, moderate-growing, medium-size evergreens that are native to the states around the Appalachian Mountains, from New York to Alabama. These trees have dense foliages and are often used as Christmas trees in the southern US states. Virginia pine seedlings grow to be around 15 to 60 feet tall and between 20 and 30 feet in diameter.

They prefer clay and sandy soils but will grow in almost any type of soil. Virginia pines make great windbreaks and area excellent habitats for birds and small animals. These evergreens are easy to maintain and need little pruning. Limbs tend to prune themselves.

Virginia Pine Seedlings Grow Well in Naturalized Forests

Virginia pine seedlings are ideal for adding to the woodlands on your property or as a focal point in your landscaped yard. After about five years, cones will appear in the fall. These grow in clusters. Virginia pine seedlings are very adaptable and will thrive in all but the driest conditions. Unlike many other types of pine trees, the needles on Virginia pine trees have short, yellow-green needles that grow in tight groupings. From afar, the tree looks like it might have pom-poms on it.

Young trees have a smooth, reddish-brown bark that darkens and becomes more scaly as the tree grows older. Virginia pine seedlings take a while to become established and, even when well-established, are slow-growing. They start rather thin and small but will grow to near full height in about a decade. These trees have a long life and can easily live to be 60 to 80 years old. Until they become established, it's a good idea to stack the tree to make sure it can withstand a wind storm.

Virginia Pine Seedlings Are Very Adaptable

 Virginia pine seedlings are native to North America and can be grown as far south as Alabama and as far north as New York State. They are hardy in USDA growing zones 4-9. Virginia pine seedlings are sometimes called "scrub pines" or "poverty pines" because they can be found in forests where other trees fail to thrive. This moniker also means that Virginia pine seedlings need very little care once established and can thrive in drought conditions.

Although they are very adaptable, these evergreen trees prefer a full day of sun, high humidity, and well-drained soil. One of their few vulnerabilities is their shallow roots, which make them susceptible to damage from high winds, ice, and hail storms. Virginia pines are a popular choice for Christmas trees because of their pyramid shape and distinctive needle pattern. Thousands are planted each year in Christmas tree farms.

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