Plants: Pinus taeda - Loblolly Pine

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Pinus taeda - Loblolly Pine (Bonsai)

This fast growing native tree is good for quick evergreen screening. Large and impressive given time and space. Grows 10-15' in ten years. The Loblolly Pine makes an excellent bonsai!

Hardy in Zones 6-9

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