Wild like the wind in the tall pine trees I got roots and I got wings…Miranda Lambert
One of the fastest growing southern pines, this tree is used as a quick-screen in many landscapes. This North American native has dark green needles and narrow, red-brown, often-paired cones that are three to six inches long. It has a long history with the pioneers and is known by several other names, among them rosemary pine, old field pine, and bull pine. Loblolly pines provide shelter and food for many southeastern animals and the seeds are also consumed by chipmunks, squirrels and other small rodents.
The Loblolly Pine Trees by The Little Branch are now available at Uber. There are two versions and they are 3-7 LI and Copy / Modify.