Virginia Pine

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 The Virginia Pine trees we grow are mostly sourced from the Oklahoma Forestry Department. We continue to try other seed sources but find that the pine trees from our own state continue to surpass all other states pine trees. The Virginia Pine’s branches are stout and woody. The bark is typical for most pines. It forms plates that are reddish brown in color with shallow fissures or furrows. The bark has a coarse appearance. Virginia pine responds well to trimming. And, on Christmas tree plantations their foliage can become extremely dense. Virginia Pine has been the staple for the Christmas tree industry in the south since its inception. Due to the intense demand for planting stock with enhanced Christmas tree characteristics, two genetic improvement programs were initiated. Both were begun in the early 1980’s. One was a Texas Forest Service project and the other was based at Alabama A&M University. In both cases, the respective State Christmas tree associations were major contributors to the effort. This effort has continued in the Oklahoma grown Virginia Pine today. Our Oklahoma Christmas Tree Growers Association works closely with the Oklahoma Forestry Department to continue to improve the quality of the Virginia Pine. After years of progeny tests and selective removal of trees from the seed orchards, growers have Virginia Pine seed sources specifically cultured for Christmas tree production.

Virginia Pine Key Benefits

Oklahoma grown, fresh, choose and cut tree
Strong branches are great for holding ornaments
Holds needles well
Long-lasting pine scent

Available in sizes from 4 feet to 12 feet

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