Vanderwolf’s Pyramid Pine
Pinus flexilis ‘Vanderwolf’s Pine
Distinctive, pyramid shaped pine with long, twisted silvery blue-green needles displayed on dense branches. Resistant to insects, deer and disease.
Dwarf Mugo Pine
Pinus mugo mughus
Shrubby pine with dense growth. Very hardy.
ENCI Mugo Pine
Pinus mugo ‘ENCI’
More compact than Dwarf Mugo Pine.
Slowmound Mugo Pine
Pinus mugo ‘Slowmound’
Bristling appearance with twisting needles 1.5-2″ long. Easy to grow.
Fast growing. Long dark green needles. Very hardy. Excellent for wind breaks, coastal conditions and moist soils.
Brepo Austrian Pine
Pinus nigra ‘Pierrick Bregeon’
Attractive and easy to care for, this dense shrub maintains its rich green color year-round and its spherical form with no trimming. Withstands heavy wind without browning of the needles. Deer resistant.
Broad, irregular or rounded crown of spreading branches. The long, straight trunk is covered with reddish-brown, scaly bark. Tufted, dark-green needles. Small cones.
Long soft blue-green needles. Fast growing. Popular for screen or hedge. Prefers moist well drained soil.
Blue Shag White Pine
Pinus strobus ‘Blue Shag’
Short, soft, bluish green needles. Tight growing rounder shape.
Connecticut Slate White Pine
Pinus strobus ‘Connecticut Slate’
Native- Quick growing, dense spreading evergreen. Grey blue colored needles. Full sun or partial shade.
In youth has a conical shape, becoming a flat-topped, spreading tree with age can be very attractive when mature. 30′ to 50′ tall, with an almost equal spread horizontal branching habit medium texture, medium growth rate.
Blue Scotch Pine
Pinus sylvestris ‘Bonna’
Rapid growing tree with wonderful blue needles and a silvery cast to them. As they mature, they will have red exfoliating bark. This tree has an upright habit.
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