Closeup view of emerging spring bud grown on Longleaf Pine or Pinus palustris

Longleaf pine

This is a closeup view of newly emerging spring bud growth

on Longleaf Pine.  Longleaf pine traditionally grows in the

southeastern United States and was once treasured for its

naval stores including resin, turpentine and timber.  By the

1920’s, the large expansive areas on natural Longleaf pine

were clearcut and planted with other faster growing pine

trees.  In the last few years since 2000 Longleaf pine is

being planted again in its traditional range due in part to

cost assistance from state, federal and private forestry


Additional information on Longleaf pine  is here.


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