Longleaf Pine Photo Gallery
Longleaf Pine Habitat
Longleaf Pines (Pinus palustris) do best in flatlands with poorly draining soil.
Longleaf Pine Facts
Longleaf Pines (Pinus palustris) are beautiful conifers native to the southeastern U.S. They are highly fire-adapted and need fire to thrive. Its seedlings look like a clump of grass, but after a couple of years a tall stem shoots up. Its seeds are an important food source to wild turkeys, songbirds, gray foxes and squirrels.