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BULL BLACKJACK Pine Tree Seed - BONSAI TREE Ponderosa Pine - Pinus ponderosa Tree Seeds - DISTINCTIVE ORANGE BARK - Zones 3 - 7 (0500 Seeds - 500 Seeds)


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  • BULL BLACKJACK Pine Tree Seed
  • BONSAI TREE Ponderosa Pine
  • inus ponderosa Tree Seeds - DISTINCTIVE ORANGE BARK Zones 3 - 7
  • Ponderosa Pine, Pinus ponderosa, Tree Seeds Pinus ponderosa, commonly known as the Ponderosa Pine, Bull Pine, Blackjack Pine, or Western Yellow Pine, is a widespread and variable pine native to western North America. It was first described by David Douglas in 1826, from eastern Washington near present-day Spokane. The ponderosa pine is the official state tree of the State of Montana Hardy, Adaptable, Easy to Grow, Fast Growth, Evergreen, Bonsai, Christmas Tree, Cold, Drought and Salt Tolerant Ponderosa Pine is the dominant pine tree of the western U. S. It usually grows best at elevations of 4000-8500 feet. It is native primarily to mountain areas from British Columbia to Mexico east to North Dakota, Nebraska and Texas. It is the State Tree of Montana. It often grows in pure stands. This is a large conifer (ponderous as the species and common names suggest) that typically grows in a conical form to 60-125' in cultivation, but may reach 225' tall or more in the wild. In the western U. S., only the sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana) grows taller. Ponderosa pine trunks grow to 4' in diameter. Trees may live to 600 years. Dark yellow-green needles (5-10" long) in bundles of three (infrequently bundles of two) are concentrated in tufts at the branch ends. Oval cones (4-6" long) grow upright, but turn upside down at maturity to release seed. Bark on young trees is dark brown to black. Bark on mature trees is bright yellowish-brown to reddish-orange and irregularly furrowed into large scaly plates. Trunk, broken twigs and needles emit a resinous aroma. This is an important timber tree.
  • Leaf: Evergreen, 5 to 10 inches long, with three (sometimes 2) tough, yellow-green needles per fascicle. When crushed, needles have a turpentine odor sometimes reminiscent of citrus. Flower: Monoecious; males yellow-red, cylindrical, in clusters near ends of branches; females reddish at branch tips. Fruit: Cones are ovoid, 3 to 6 inches long, sessile, red-brown in color, armed with a slender prickle, maturing late summer. Twig: Stout, orange in color, turning black. Buds often covered with resin. Bark: Very dark (nearly black) on young trees, developing cinnamon colored plates and deep furrows. Form: A large tree with an irregular crown, eventually developing a flat top or short conical crown. Ponderosa pine self-prunes well and develops a clear bole

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Ponderosa Pine, Pinus ponderosa, Tree Seeds Pinus ponderosa, commonly known as the Ponderosa Pine, Bull Pine, Blackjack Pine, or Western Yellow Pine, is a widespread and variable pine native to western North America. It was first described by David Douglas in 1826, from eastern Washington near present-day Spokane. The ponderosa pine is the official state tree of the State of Montana Hardy, Adaptable, Easy to Grow, Fast Growth, Evergreen, Bonsai, Christmas Tree, Cold, Drought and Salt Tolerant Ponderosa Pine is the dominant pine tree of the western U. S. It usually grows best at elevations of 4000-8500 feet. It is native primarily to mountain areas from British Columbia to Mexico east to North Dakota, Nebraska and Texas. It is the State Tree of Montana. It often grows in pure stands. This is a large conifer (ponderous as the species and common names suggest) that typically grows in a conical form to 60-125' in cultivation, but may reach 225' tall or more in the wild. In the western U. S., only the sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana) grows taller. Ponderosa pine trunks grow to 4' in diameter. Trees may live to 600 years. Dark yellow-green needles (5-10" long) in bundles of three (infrequently bundles of two) are concentrated in tufts at the branch ends. Oval cones (4-6" long) grow upright, but turn upside down at maturity to release seed. Bark on young trees is dark brown to black. Bark on mature trees is bright yellowish-brown to reddish-orange and irregularly furrowed into large scaly plates. Trunk, broken twigs and needles emit a resinous aroma. This is an important timber tree.

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