- Grow your own Western White Pine (Pinus monticola), a handsome, fast-growing tree from the Western United States and Canada!
- 100% guaranteed: If your seedling perishes, we are happy to provide a replacement small-sized seedling for just the cost of shipping/handling ($4.60)
- Seed-grown without poison or pesticides at our nursery on California's Redwood Coast
- Transplanting and care instructions included
- Trees can provide a natural barrier against high winds, temperatures, noise pollution and soil erosion, all while benefiting local air quality, wildlife and property values — a Jonsteen seedling will only grow in value and beauty!
About Western White PineWestern White Pine (Pinus monticola) is closely related to Pinus strobus, Eastern White Pine, but the Western version is denser, narrower, and larger, with stiffer needles and bigger cones. Western White Pine grows in the Pacific Northwest (Washington, Oregon, and Northern California), British Columbia, and east into Idaho and Montana, where, prior to over-logging, it reached its greatest size and grew in its most impressive forest stands. Western White Pine is the State Tree of Idaho, and is known by many names, including Idaho White Pine, Fingercone Pine and Silver Pine.
Like its Eastern cousin, this tree sports bundles of 5-needles (2 to 6-inches long) with white undersides — contributing the color from which the tree gets many of its common names. In form, Western White Pine has a narrow crown composed of regularly spaced horizontal branches with ascending tips, all built around a dark, silvery-black trunk, straight and slender. The tallest Western White Pine was a giant towering nearly 300 feet into the sky with an 8 foot diameter trunk. The cones of Western White Pines are often collected as novelty items — they can be up to 15 inches long and look like giant bananas.
Once yielding the preferred wood for matches and toothpicks and hundreds of other uses, Western White Pine is no longer the major timber tree it once was, although its straight-grained, non-resinous, lightweight wood exhibits great dimensional stability and is thus still favored for making patterns, windows, doors, sashes, and other items requiring exacting measurements and stability. Native peoples also made great use of Western White Pine, chewing its resin, weaving baskets from its bark, and using other parts of the tree for medicine and food. Western White Pine grows rapidly to a large size, and makes a handsome ornamental for capacious yards and gardens.
About Jonsteen's Seedlings
All of our trees are seed-grown — without poison or pesticides — at our nursery on California's Redwood Coast, which is inspected monthly and licensed by the California Department of Agriculture.
About Jonsteen's 100% Guarantee
All of our trees are guaranteed to arrive healthy and in good condition. If your tree perishes, we will replace it with a small-sized seedling for just the cost of shipping/handling ($4.60). We encourage all customers experiencing difficulties growing their trees to contact us through our toll-free "Tree Help Line" (1-888-387-3379).