Pinus echinata Mill.- Shortleaf Pine, Shortleaf Yellow Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, Yellow Pine,
Shortstraw Pine, Arkansas Soft Pine, Old Field Pine
Pinus elliottii Englem.- Slash Pine, Yellow Slash Pine, Swamp Pine, Pitch Pine, South Florida Slash
Pine, Dade County Slash Pine, Dade County Pine, Cuban Pine
Pinus glabra (Walter)- Spruce Pine, Walter Pine, Walter's Pine, Bottom White Pine, Cedar Pine
Pinus palustris Mill.- Longleaf Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, Longleaf Yellow Pine, Swamp Pine, Georgia
Pinus pungens Lamb.- Table-Mountain Pine, Hickory Pine, Mountain Pine, Prickly Pine, Southern
Pinus rigida Mill.- Pitch Pine, Candlewood Pine, Torch Pine
Pinus serotina Michx- Pond Pine, Marsh Pine, Pocosin Pine
Pinus strobus L.- Eastern White Pine
Pinus taeda L.- Loblolly Pine, Bull Pine, Oldfield Pine, Shortleaf Pine, North Carolina Pine, Arkansas
Pinus virginiana Mill.- Virginia Pine, Jersey Pine, Oldfield Pine, Possum Pine, Poverty Pine, Scrub Pine
Welcome to the South Carolina A-Z native species list. We have listed them by scientific name because it is a constant and does not vary region to region or person to person. We have included the various common names associated with each scientific name to help you find the right tree. Some common names can apply to more than one tree species, so if you are having trouble narrowing down your search, take a look at our A-Z Common Name List to see which scientific names match up to the common name you are searching for.
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