Answer: The frankincense pine is Pinus taeda, also commonly called Loblolly pine. Hardy to zone 7, it's one of the leading commercial timber species in the U.S., and grows from southern New Jersey to Florida, plus eastern Texas and Oklahoma. The tree can reach 100' and is adaptable to extremes of soil, temperature and moisture.
Seeds for Pinus taeda and Myrrh are available from Cyberseeds' International supplier. Contact Cyberseeds at PO Box 171102, San Antonio, TX 78217-1102.
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