Oct 3, 2017

Need some Black Pine info ...


Hey folks, so just got my first black pine and I'm excited.


Couple questions:

--when is the best time to prune here in NC (Lillington area)

--and best time to repot.

Thank you


Oct 3, 2017

Drew. Best time to repot is late February. You can prune in October November when sapp flow decreases. Prune candles obviously in Spring.

Oct 3, 2017

Thanks Steve!

Also thank you for having Tyler there yesterday. Being newbies and learning about how to present and set up a display was great for the family and I.

We look forward to many more educational experiences.


Jim Easterbrook
Oct 24, 2017


We have lots of information about pines in our library--both books and DVDs. Take a look and see if there's something there that you might want to check out. Would be happy to talk with you more at the next TBS meeting.

Oct 25, 2017

Thanks Jim!

We checked out the library and have sent you a note on a few DVDs we'd love to watch.

See you at the next meeting.


Farhan Mohammad
Feb 23, 2018


Black pine tree pruning is best carried out during the spring, although damage correction can be undertaken at any time of the year. It is important to deal with broken or poorly growing branches immediately, but do try to avoid late summer or early autumn pruning wherever possible as the cuts won’t heal in time to be protected from the winter frosts and harsh weather conditions.

A recently planted pine tree will also benefit from pruning in order to bring the branch structure in balance with the new root system. Always remember that a well-pruned young black pine tree will need very little, if any, pruning in its later years. It’s much easier to remove young, smaller limbs than to take out larger, fully grown limbs, which will also affect the overall look and health of the tree.

Feb 23, 2018

Repot your pine soon given the warm temperatures.

Nov 4

I am very glad to read this info. Main nahi

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