If you read my last post…yes, the one I wrote five minutes ago, you know that I am going to talk about how fast our Eastern White Pines are growing.
I planted about ten of these trees last Summer. They were anywhere from one foot to three feet in height. I chose this type of tree because I read up on it and discovered that they are one of the fastest growers out there among pines.
This Spring, I gave the trees a little Ultra Turfâ„¢ Summer Turf Fertilizer plus Insect Control. I also did this last year. Not much, but just enough. Well, the White Pines now have some new growth to show. Here, take a look at some photos…
The two photos above are of two different trees, but take a look at that new growth. The second tree has about a foot worth on top. Now, this is what I was looking for. Between the Eastern White Pines, the Colorado Blue Spruce and the Norway Spruce, we should have a nice tree line in no time.