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Pictures shown are mature trees for sake of reference. 

This product is sold in a #2 gallon pot and 18-24" in height.

(Not full grown)



Height 80' to 100'; up to 42" in diameter; straight trunk and regular pyramidal shape with soft gray-green foliage; clear of branches for many feet when growing in the forest; on young trees, branches extend horizontally in whorls (circle arrangements), marking successive years of upward growth.


Thin, smooth, and greenish gray on young trees, but thick, deeply furrowed, and grayish brown on older trees.


Needle-like, 2-1/2" to 5" long; bluish green on upper surface, whitish beneath; occurs in bundles of five; soft, flexible.

Fruit (seed)

Cones are 4" to 8" long, cylindrical with thin and usually very gummy scales, each containing two small winged seeds; cones mature at end of second season.


Important throughout the northern, central, and eastern parts of the state; also found scattered along the Mississippi River as far south as Houston County; thrives on fertile, well-drained soil; intermediate in shade tolerance. White pine blister rust, white pine weevil, and deer browsing are problems that take a heavy toll on the tree's survival.

Wood uses

Light, soft, not strong, light brown in color, often tinged with red; easily worked; manufactured into lumber, shingles, and laths; used for construction purposes—cabinet making, interior finish of buildings, and wooden ware.


Excerpted from and for more information see:

Potted White Pine

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  • All items are available until sold out and subject to change according to nursery availability. If there is a change, SWCD will notify the customer within a resonable amount of time ahead of the tree pick up date, if possible. No cancellations after February 15, 2024. All stock is subject to the same condition Morrison SWCD receives from our nurseries. Therefore, Morrison SWCD accepts no responsibility regarding survival of stock and makes no provisions for replacements.

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