Pine trees are excellent choices for any yard. They give you color year round while providing shade. Adding pine trees to your yard is one of the quickest way to increase the value of your property as well.
Read about the top trees to plant below to find the right one for you. There are various sizes, maintenance levels, and soil conditions to consider before planting a pine.
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|Green Giant Arborvitae||Yes||No||Easy||Check Price|
|Colorado Blue Spruce||Yes||No||Hard||Check Price|
|Austrian Pine||Yes||No||Hard||Check Price|
|White Spruce||Check Price|
|Douglas Fir||Yes||No||Medium||Check Price|
|Giant Sequoia||Yes||No||Medium||Check Price|
|White Fir||Yes||No||Easy||Check Price|
|Leyland Cypress||Yes||No||Easy||Check Price|
|American Arborvitae||No||Yes||Easy||Check Price|
|Loblolly Pine||Yes||No||Easy||Check Price|
The Green Giant is one of the easiest trees you can plant. This tree takes off almost everywhere.
Pine trees can be hard to grow. Most of the time, the trees you buy from places like Home Depot or local garden shops just won't take off.
If you've experienced this, the best thing to try is a Green Giant.
These trees, once established, can grow 3-4 feet per year! They look great almost everywhere too.
The Colorado Blue Spruce is a beautiful tree that originated from the Rocky Mountain area of the US.
It has a blue hue that lots of people like. However, it is a very hard tree to grow. You'll struggle to get the tree to take in almost every type of soil. Plus, if you do get it to take, the tree is fairly disease-prone.
If trees in your neighborhood start getting diseased, the Blue Spruce will likely get infected.
Because of this, we really do not recommend planting this tree unless you really want to take care of it.
Tyler loves the challenge of finding the right trees for any piece of land.