Lodgepole Pine, (Pinus contorta var. murrayana) - Landscape, Pre Bonsai, or Reforestation

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Lodgepole Pine, (Pinus contorta var. murrayana),is a resilient evergreen conifer found across North America, specifically thriving in the mountainous regions of the western United States and Canada. Adaptable and hardy, it's well-suited to various soil types and elevations, commonly flourishing well-drained soils in USDA zones 4 to 8.

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*1 year potted plug Trees- Sold Out for 2024  

* 3 year potted Trees - Available now until sold out. When you order        specify Bonsai or Landscape in Special Instructions. Bonsai trees have lower branches, Landscape do not have lower branches.

In its native habitat, this species typically reaches heights between 50 to 100 feet, boasting a straight trunk with distinctively slender, cone-shaped crowns. Its needle-like foliage varies from yellow-green to dark green, offering a vibrant display year-round.


Known for its serotinous cones—cones sealed shut with resin—Lodgepole Pines rely on fire for seed release and regeneration, showcasing an evolutionary adaptation to periodic wildfires.

This versatile pine serves as an excellent choice for reforestation projects, erosion control on slopes, and windbreaks due to its rapid growth and adaptability to various environmental conditions. Its timber, prized for its strength and straight grain, finds applications in construction and woodworking industries.
Also makes a great bonsai tree.

Cultivating Lodgepole Pines involves providing well-drained soil and ample sunlight. While it can tolerate drought conditions once established, consistent watering aids in its initial growth and establishment.

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If you are planning to plant in a container for a season, we recommend our General Greenhouse Potting Soil Mix.