The Long Leaf Pine (also called the Yellow Pine, Georgia Pine, and Pitch Pine) has pine needles that can be up to 18 inches long.
The Longleaf pine has the longest needles of any North American species. They can grow to 18″, or longer in the younger ones.
The southern longleaf, or yellow, pines produce needles that are up to 18 inches long, making them the longest. These trees grow from southern Virginia to Florida and west to Mississippi.
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