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The Long Leaf Pine, as the name suggests, grows a compact cluster of pine needles that measures as long as 18". The huge pine cones of the Longleaf Pine require almost twenty months to fully mature, but the wildlife animals gather near the trees to await the falling of the cones that open and deliver masses of pine nuts for the birds and animals to feast upon. The seemingly slow and early development of the tree occurs mostly underground as the Longleaf Pine progresses through the &bul; grassy-stage&bul; to produce a long taproot which can be as lengthy as the long leaf sapling's trunk's height is. After 5 to 10 years, the Longleaf Pine tree has a rapid and vertical growth acceleration, but only after this long period does it develop its massive, tree-like appearance. Longleaf Pine seeds are very large when compared to other pine nuts and are highly favored by birds and squirrels that gather underneath the trees to catch their food as it matures.

• The Long Leaf Pine Tree was the most common shade tree in ancient American forests, a place where the pine nuts of the Long Leaf Pine Tree provide a good source of food for other wildlife. The Long Leaf Pine Trees grow to the age of 300 years, a great deal of lumber can be harvested from a single tree. Squirrels and other wildlife like to make their nests in the branches of Long Leaf Pine Trees. Traditionally, the historical "yellow leaf pine" that was used to build great numbers of houses in cities and rural areas is known today as the Long Leaf Pine Tree. Its hard to stress the importance of the Long Leaf Pine Tree in the development of the early economy of the United States.

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My Hopes are High February 13, 2018
Reviewer: Jack Prince from Arrington , TN United States  
Received my order from tytyga, box was ok but the contents where stressed and many needles had broken off

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February 13, 2018
Reviewer: Samuel Watlington from Peachtree City, GA United States  


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Long Leaf Pine Tree Order December 12, 2017
Reviewer: Maureen Goodyear from Cypress , TX United States  
I recently purchased 30 Long Leaf Pine trees for my son's Eagle Scout Project.  I was happy to have located the trees at TyTy Nursery, and amazed at how smooth the process was in getting them from Georgia to Texas.  From the very start, I received  helpful information and friendly service from Austin.  The trees shipped on time, the delivery went smoothly, and the trees are absolutely beautiful!  They now have a home at Kleb Woods Nature Preserve in Cypress Texas. Thank you for the huge part you played in making my son's Eagle Project a success!

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Good News/ bad news August 9, 2017
Reviewer: Therese Estrada from Rock Hill, SC United States  
I ordered the Longleaf Pine Trees at the wrong time of year, and suspected they would not survive.  I ordered 12 but was sent 16. They arrived with bare roots, well wrapped. Of these, after watering 4 times a week for 3 months, 7 have survived, which is amazing considering how hot it has been without rain.  I am pleased with this order.  However, I had ordered 3 Dogwoods last Fall and they did not ship until late Spring.  They all died as we had a hot Spring. I thought they would ship in the Fall or I would not have ordered them.

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Longleaf Pine (2) June 15, 2017
Reviewer: James Hersley from Tyler, TX United States  
Arrived 6/8/2017.  Planted 6/10/2017.  Packaged well.  Better roots.  Some green needles.  Will have to wait and see if they grow.  Will not know for a few weeks.

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