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How Fast Do Pine Trees Grow?

How Fast Do Pine Trees Grow?

How Fast Do Pine Trees Grow?. You can plant pine trees as a windbreak or just a decorative part of the landscape. Pine trees grow to heights of anywhere from 4 to more than 100 feet in height depending on the species, and the growth rate varies likewise.

You can plant pine trees as a windbreak or just a decorative part of the landscape. Pine trees grow to heights of anywhere from 4 to more than 100 feet in height depending on the species, and the growth rate varies likewise.
Slow-growing pines grow less than one foot per year, according to Clemson Cooperative Extension. Species considered slow-growing include mugo pine, Scotch and Virginia pine, also known as scrub pine. Longleaf pine is a unique species that grows slowly for as long as the first decade of life, but then begins growing 2 feet per year.
Spruce, Austrian, Ponderosa and red pine all have medium growth rates. Japanese black pine also grows moderately fast at a rate of 1 to 2 feet per year.
Loblolly pine is one of the fastest-growing southern pines, while white pine is one of the fastest growing landscape pines. Slash pine also grows more than 2 feet per year.

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