The Virgina Pine makes a splendid choice for a family Christmas tree. Full and dense with rich foliage, these trees are actually the main Christmas tree sold in the South. They look beautiful trimed and, if you decide on a live treee for replanting later, you can be sure the climate will support them.
The branches are stout and woody and the needles of the Virgina Pine occur in pairs, twiated and range in length from 1 1/2 to 3 inches in length.
Our Virgina Pines have usually been trimmed twice during their growth in order to ensure an even and full growth.
This medium-sized tree is native to the South, with a range running from central Pennsylvania all the way into Florida. While Virginia Pines can reach heights over 100 feet in the wild, these trees have been specially cultured to be Christmas Trees.