The Scotch Pine - Belgium are valuable as Christmas trees, ornamentals, pulpwood and sawlogs. They are very cold tolerant, but also survive in warm temperatures. They are also tolerant of a variety soil conditions and are drought tolerant. The A+2's average 13 inches and range from 10 to 16 inches in length.
Scotch pine was brought from Europe, but is now considered naturalized in much of the northern United States. With its adaptability to a variety of soils and conditions it is a widely planted tree to avert soil erosion. It is the most widely distributed pine in the world.