Eastern White Pine

Eastern White Pine is a fast growing evergreen tree.  This tree is commonly used for wind breaks or as a tall screen.  This evergreen is pyramid forming and is covered with soft needles that are several inches long.  This pine can be planted as a stand alone tree or in rows.  The branches of the Eastern White Pine grow out vertically and are relatively strong.  The brances of this evergreen also produce pine cones.

Eastern White Pine

Eastern White Pine Needles

Eastern White Pine

Pinus Strobus

Plant Details

Flower Color- No Flowers

Foliage Color- Green to Blue-Green

Zone- 3-9

Height- 50 feet to 80 feet tall

Spread- 15 feet to 20 feet wide

Light- Sun

Details- This evergreen is fast growing and requires minimal maintenance once established.  Regular watering is needed during periods of extreme heat and drought.  Birds and other animals are attracted to this tree because of its density.  This evergreen is native to North American and can be found in many States.  Spring is the best time to prune this evergreen if necessary.

Other evergreen tree options.

  • Austrian Pine
  • Black Hills Spruce
  • Blue Form Eastern White Pine
  • Colorado Spruce
  • Norway Spruce
  • Serbian Spruce

Additional information on Eastern White Pine trees.