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Ponderosa pine will grow on most soils, including very sandy sites and sites with little topsoil. Once established, it is very drought resistant. With good care, ponderosa pine will grow to a height of six feet in six years. Mature height is approximately 55 feet. Plant ponderosa pine 8 to 12 feet apart in a windbreak. Ponderosa pine competes well with grass and is a good choice for sod planting. This species is native to North Dakota and has also been widely planted throughout this region. The seed for this year’s crop has been collected right from the area in and around the Towner State Nursery.~ Towner State Nursery 



Ponderosa Pine

  • All orders are final. If an item is out of stock, Morgan Conservation District will work to fulfill the item with another supplier, but no guarantees can be made. In this case, returns shall be issued to customers within 90 days of original purchase date. 

  • All orders will be picked up at Morgan Conservation District's Office at 200 West Railroad Avenue in Fort Morgan, Colorado in May 2024. More information will be emailed closer to delivery day. 

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