White Pines are native from New England to Georgia and west to the mid-west. An evergreen with 4" long, 5 bundled needles that are soft with a bluish cast. Can grow to 80' or more. Fast-growing easily transplanted tree that prefers moist, well-drained, acidic soil in full sun. Cones are light brown and up to 8" long. Not very tolerant of salt and pollution.
Origin: Eastern United States