Pinus strobus ~ White Pine-ServeScape
Pinus strobus ~ White Pine-ServeScape
Pinus strobus ~ White Pine-ServeScape
Pinus strobus ~ White Pine-ServeScape
Pinus strobus ~ White Pine-ServeScape

White Pine

Pinus strobus

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White Pine, scientifically known as Pinus strobus, is a majestic evergreen tree native to eastern North America. Here's some information about it:

  1. Appearance: White Pine is a large tree that can reach heights of 50-80 feet (15-24 meters) or more, with a spread of 20-40 feet (6-12 meters). It has a straight trunk and a pyramidal shape when young, gradually becoming more rounded with age. The bark is smooth and grayish-brown, developing furrows and ridges as the tree matures.

  2. Foliage: The needles of White Pine are soft, flexible, and bluish-green in color. They are arranged in bundles of five, measuring about 2.5-5 inches (6-13 cm) in length. The needles persist on the tree for several years before eventually shedding.

  3. Cones: White Pine produces long, cylindrical cones that are typically 4-8 inches (10-20 cm) in length. The cones are green when young and turn brown as they mature. They contain winged seeds that are dispersed by wind.


Tree, Conifer


Northeast N. America


50' - 80'


20' - 40'



USDA Hardiness Zone: 

3 - 8


Full Sun

Bloom Color: 


Season of Interest: 


MAINTENANCE NEEDS:  Low maintenance plant. Susceptible to a large number of pests and diseases, including blights, rusts, and canker.   White Pine Bister Rust is often fatal.  Insect problems include white pine weevil, bark beetles, white pine shoot borer, Zimmerman moth larvae, pine sawfly, scale and aphids.  Highly flammable, do not plant near defensible places near the home.

LANDSCAPE USES: Specimen or mass plantings, Naturalized AreasWoodland Garden, Shade Tree, Screening, and Hedges.

COMPANION PLANTS: Ginko, Japanese Maple, Magnolia

IMAGE:  Famartin2020-09-11 17 38 55 An Eastern White Pine along Centerview Drive in Chantilly, Fairfax County, VirginiaCC BY-SA 4.0, (2), – CC-BY-SA-4.0, Korina 2014-06-11 Pinus strobusCC BY-SA 4.0, (3) Chris LightWhite Pine 2016-05-28 047CC BY-SA 4.0, (4) DigbyDaltonWhite pine shedding old foliage in autumnCC BY-SA 3.0

*As plants have ranges in appearance they may not appear as the images shown.

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