Daily Archives: November 14, 2016

Planting longleaf on the precise, exact edge of the natural range

The natural range for the longleaf pine starts in Texas and Florida and goes to the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, but it ends in the north and west in Brunswick County, Virginia. I have been studying the … Continue reading

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Favorite pine landscapes

Also on Facebook I had planned to aggressively thin 80 acres of 1996 loblolly and under plant with longleaf, but the talks I listened to today were not encouraging. The main problem seems to be that loblolly are prolific seed … Continue reading

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Virginia longleaf

Also in Facebook https://www.facebook.com/john.matel/posts/10211094185892165 Looking through some old photos, I found the one on top from spring 2012. You can see the little longleaf pines. Most of the bigger green clumps are not trees, just other plants. The second photos … Continue reading

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