Tree profiles: Shore pine tree
By: Richard Lindsay
Shore pines are evergreen trees that are native to the coasts of the state of Washington. They grow in the wild in windy locations and in good and poor soils. They are excellent for using in yards as wind breaks and for low level shade...
By: Denise Calaman
The eastern redbud, or redbud maple (cercis Canadensis), also known as the spicewood tree, is a small, fairly common tree found growing wild or used in landscaping in the eastern United States. Its native range is from southern Ontario and New York, south all the...
Tree profiles: Eastern white pine
By: Barbara Stanley
The southeastern White Pine Tree Range The southeastern White Pine is native to Newfoundland, southern Canada, west to Minnesota and southeast Manitoba, then south along the Appalachian Mountains to the extreme north Georgia. These beautiful pines once grew in forests that covered much of the...
By: Amanda Sullivan
Maple trees are very pretty trees. They can provide color and shade to a garden or landscape. Many beautiful and tasty things come from the Maple trees. A couple of these items are pretty maple furniture and yummy, sweet maple candy. Not all Maple trees...
By: Catherine Loeffler
Succulents: Greenery Graced With Natural 'Juice' At first blush it seems contradictory that the term succulents refers to a group of plants, many of which produce nothing by way of flower or fruit. After all, most people associate the term succulent with juicy, desirable edibles...
By: Shannon Farlouis
The Blue Pine is also called Bhutan Pine. This tree is native to the Hindu Kush Mountains and you can find them growing in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Yunnan and China. It thrives at high altitudes in the mountain valleys. The Blue Pine can reach a...
By: Shannon Farlouis
The Table Mountain Pine Tree is a small tree that is native to the United States and its range is in the Appalachian Mountains. This tree is commonly called Hickory Pine or Mountain Pine. The Table Mountain Pine has a very rounded and irregular shape...
By: Marisa Andra
The Blue Pine (Pinus wallichiana) is also called the Himalayan White Pine or Bhutan Pine. This pine is closely related to Bhutan White Pine and often causes confusion. It grows in Himalaya, Karakoram and Hindu Kush mountains, from eastern Afghanistan east across northern Pakistan and...
Tree profiles: Pond pine
By: Muse
Pond Pine (Pinus serotina) is also known as Pocosin Pine, Marsh Pine or Black Pine. This pine grows up to 15 to 20 meters in height, occasionally up to 30 meters. The Pond Pine has a crooked growth pattern and an irregular top with numerous...
Tree profiles: Virginia pine
By: Muse
Virginia Pine – Pinus Virginia belongs to the Pine family. It is a tree of commercial importance. It was once considered as a forest weed and called scrub pine. Virginia Pine is also known as Jersey Pine or spruce pine. The range of Virginia Pine...

 

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