Scots Pine Tree – Pinus Sylvestris Bare-Root Tree


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Ornamental Tree Grown in UK

  • Scots Pine, the only pine native to Britain, is an evergreen coniferous tree growing up to 25m in height and 1m trunk diameter when mature.
  • The Scots pine will happily tolerate almost any type of poor soil, therefore making it useful in land reclamation projects.
  • The shoots are light orange-brown, with a spirally arranged scale-like pattern.
  • You will receive a Scots Pine Tree bare-root 50-70cm high.

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  • Eventual Height

    Eventual height is 12m.

  • Pot Size

  • Season of Interest

    Flower in spring. Follage all year. Fruit in Autumn.

  • Light Required

    Full sun.

  • Watering

    Well drained.

  • Best Growing Conditions

    Soil nutrient regime Low nutrient demand. For sawn wood- based products, Scots pine is considered to grow best under conditions of relatively low fertility. This is because vigorous growth on more fertile sites will be accompanied by coarser branches, and may also be accompanied by poorer stem form.

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