The name "pitch pine" is sometimes applied to all of the Southern pines.
My structure is of pitch pine, and stood for 16 years without repair.
The pitch pine of New Jersey and the redwood of California, whether felled by fire or by axe, will sprout from root or stump.
The cone of the pitch pine is very unlike that of the white pine.
The common name, “pitch pine,” refers to the resinous wood; it is much harder to work with than that of soft pines.
"pitch pine, of course, affords the best knots," continued Cale.
pitch pine knots brilliantly illumined the hut in the evening.
pitch pine he made her of, and she's beautiful yet, for all her disgrace.
Open fires are comfortable morning and evening throughout the year, and the pitch pine wood burns beautifully.
Burn shavings and splinters of pitch pine, and when they turn to charcoal, put them out, and pound them in a mortar with size.