The Red Pine
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landscaping & reforestation
Sun: intolerant to shade, full sun Soil: mostly sandy sites, Deep
sandy loams Moisture: Moderately-to well-drained sites Diameter at
Maturity: 70 cm Height at Maturity: 25-30m Cones: egg-shaped cones
are 4-6 centimetres long Description: Red Pine is essentially a
tree of dry, sandy soils. It derives its name from the color of its bark,
and can be further distinguished from white pine by the number of needles
it contains in each cluster: two as opposed to five in white pine. Its
egg-shaped cones are 4-6 centimetres long, attractive and used in many
crafts including Christmas wreaths.
Green Gifts & Nursery has been shipping tree seedlings
across Canada since 2004 for weddings, corporate events
and other 'earth-approved' occasions. We also sell seedlings and small
trees for landscaping and forest remediation and like to work with the
land owners to insure healthy reforestation. Our NGO tree planting projects
are for very special trees and very special people.
Planting trees for any occasion just makes us feel better about our
place in the scheme of things. We know we did do something, in our own
small way to help heal the planet. When we plant a tree, we leave a
legacy for future generations. Plant a tree and you plant a memory that
lives on into perpetuity. Trees can live hundreds, even a thousand years
into the future. Trees can bear fruit or nuts, provide shade from the
heat of summer and shelter from the winter's blast. Trees offer fuel
and lumber and many by-products used in the building trade.
Beautifully wrapped Evergreen
Tree Seedlings carry the right message
for your family, friends and customers.
am thankful "for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly
spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky
and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes"
- e. e. cummings
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February 15, 2017