Pine Trees have become more and more of a staple in many garden and landscapes. There are over 100 different pines to choose from which are normally identified by their pine needles. Other ways of distinguishing these gymnosperms are by their different cones, seeds, and leaf characters. Unlike most flowers, they are reproduced by their cones. Many forests consist of a large amount of them due to the winds ease in transferring the seeds and their adaptability to the cold. All of the different varieties are evergreen, meaning they stay green year round by keeping their leaves for at least two years. Because they love the sun, it is best not to plant them in a shady area. All but the Sumatran pine can be found in the Northern Hemisphere. The Spruce Pine Tree is an excellent choice that grows best in climate zones eight to nine and can grow up to 50 feet tall. It can grow as much as three feet in a single year, and one will appreciate a partially shaded environment. The Yellow Pine Tree is another excellent selection. It will be best suited for climate zones seven through nine and can grow to be up to hundred feet. It can be up to forty feet wide and can rise about three feet each year, depending on conditions. Although the Spruce and Yellow Pine trees are tall, there are other species that only grow to be four ft. tall. When planting a pine tree, one must make sure they want the tree in their yard for a long time as they long lived conifers, most living over a century.
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