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The Loblolly Pine Tree is one of the most important and valuable wildlife tree in the United States and is a very fast growing shade tree that will provide the homeowner quick shade and much lower electric bills. The Loblolly Pines provide an excellent habitat source for wildlife animals to get food from their pinecones that are full of pine nuts.  The pine nuts are also used by humans in cooking and baking. Songbirds love to make their nests in the high branches of the Loblolly Pine tree, that offers protection from many wildlife predators.   Squirrels gather up the pine cones and even cut out the green pinecones from the branches.  A squirrel eat lots of the green seed, even before the pine nuts are fully ripe. Many animals gather the pine nuts from the ground that fall, and store them in their nests for the Winter. Since the Loblolly Pine tree is an Evergreen Tree it offers a healthy, secure habitat for many wildlife species, including possums, squirrels, and birds. Many homeowners like to plant the loblolly pine tree close together in long lines fronting their property, because it is a very fast growing tree (up to 6 feet per year when young) and the lower branches of pine needles offer a good privacy barrier.

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��The Loblolly Pine Tree is the tallest of the southern pines, that grow very quickly and, like many other pines, are prized sources for lumber. A young plantation of Loblolly pines will attract deer, which usually takes place after a decade of growth. Wild turkeys also inhabit Loblolly Pine forests but only where trees are further spaced apart allowing openings for sunlight to pass through. Loblolly Pines also provides habitat for a dozen species of birds providing roosting places which are high and protective.


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Beautiful trees April 17, 2017
Reviewer: RG from Red Rock, TX United States  
We received our 2-3 ft. Loblolly Pine trees today.  They look GREAT! I wasn't sure what to expect. Excellent packaging and shipping. Can't wait to plant them and watch them grow.

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Purchase of Loblolly Pine Trees March 10, 2017
Reviewer: Dean Hood from Cypress, TX United States  
They arrived in good shape. I planted them immediately and now I'm going pull up a chair and watch them grow.

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Loblolly Pines March 8, 2017
Reviewer: Paul Nawrocki from Pembroke Pines, FL United States  
I'll have to see how well they deal with my "soil."

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Great Service June 8, 2016
Reviewer: Lisa Nevitt from Dayton, OH United States  
We ordered Loblolly Pines last year and had to replace this year.  The service was great and they provided nice replacement trees.

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$110 - One alive, one dying May 3, 2016
Reviewer: Bill B from Marshfield, MO United States  
6-7' Loblolly pines came bareroot as expected. Survived the mailing process and I planted the next day. The 1st one in the ground is doing okay so far. The 2nd one is definitely in shock. Candles are drooping and dying. Needles are drooping. I think it's a loss. I probably should've bought the container 6-7' trees I found at Sutherlands for $70. I think I should've known that bareroot trees this big were too much of a gamble.

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