Simply put, pines are pretty and they also exhibit exceptional adaptability and require little maintenance.
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Pinus aristata 'Sherwood Compacta'
This handsome, slow-growing Great Basin Bristlecone Pine develops a perfectly conical shape & a dense, formal appearance. Tightly packed tufts of medium-long, green needles with white undersides radiate around the ascending branches of the long-lived conifer.
PINUS CONTORTA 'CHIEF JOSEPH'
The deep, rich, golden-yellow winter color creates a striking beacon of brightness in the drab winter landscape. Light to medium green during spring, summer & well into fall, this very slow-growing Lodgepole Pine changes color dramatically as days shorten & temperatures drop.
Pinus contorta 'Spaan's Dwarf'
Short, closely set, dark green needles & a sweeping, irregular habit give this dwarf Shore Pine an unusual look that suggests coral. Develops a sturdy, open, upright branch structure & dramatic character with age. Slow growth & a wider-than-tall form make it a natural for rock garden, bonsai & container culture.
Pinus densiflora 'Low Glow'
The short, thick, bright green needles of this vibrant, dwarf Japanese Red Pine keep their color all year long. They grow densely along stout horizontal branches that give the unusual pine a flat-topped, low-growing habit. Prominent tan buds add interest.
Pinus leucodermis 'Emerald Arrow'
Upright branches on the tall, trim tree display pairs of elegant, dark green needles accented by silvery white fascicles & bark. Has the impression of being a big tree, yet it stays decidedly narrow. Whether used as an individual focal point, paired to mark the entrance to house or garden, or grouped in an informal cluster, this beautiful garden pine scores a bull's eye on the designer's dartboard.
Pinus leucodermis 'Indigo Eyes'
Named for the eye-catching, cobalt blue cones that decorate each shoot tip in spring, this precocious "coner" demands attention & deserves greater use in gardens. Attractive, broadly upright trees develop an open, slightly asymmetrical shape, which affords each tree a unique character that will intrigue gardeners in their outdoor living spaces. The healthy, easy-to-grow trees retain their ornamental cones & their stiff, dark green needles, giving trees a beautiful, tidy, clean appearance throughout the year.
Pinus mugo 'Sherwood Compact'
Part of the miniature group of TRUdwarf® mugos, 'Sherwood Compact' boasts short, stiff branches that are heavily clothed with slightly twisted needles. Discovered in the 1950's by plantsman Andy Sherwood, the compact, dense mound produces rich green foliage with golden tips in winter & white fascicles that give plants a radiant look.
Pinus mugo 'Slowmound'
The mugo you always hoped for. The dense, dark green mound is one of the best, with highly reliable color, texture, growth rate & habit. Beautiful year-round, it produces many showy buds & matures to a wide, even shape that is naturally compact. At only 1-2' in 10 years, it works well in even the most confined areas.
Pinus mugo 'Teeny'
This dwarf mugo sports tiny, uniformly straight, rich green needles, a very neat habit & extremely slow growth. Needles are held radially, spreading out from the center on each of many, short, well-clothed branches. Terminal buds are very showy & the tight globose plant will not outgrow even the smallest garden space.
Pinus Mugo ‘White Bud’
Cold weather brings a white resinous coating to each terminal bud, producing a dramatic frosty effect against the plant’s dark green winter foliage. During the rest of the year, the reliable TRUdwarf® plant requires little care and maintains its small stature without candle pruning. Highly desirable for rock garden, entry or border.
Pinus nigra ‘Komet’
Dark green, medium length needles adorn strictly upward growing branches that seem to be reaching into the sky like a rocket shooting up into the atmosphere. In spring, tan candles emerge adding weeks of interest. Although useful in cold climate areas that need a vertical accent and a small footprint, this specimen will be a stunning feature in any garden. Provide full sun and well-drained soil.
Pinus parviflora ‘Aoi’
Silvery blue on one side, green on the other, the long-enduring, straight needles give the naturally sculpted, upright tree a lush look. Sturdy branches display attractive silver-grey bark and loads of small cones. The slender architectural tree makes a dramatic feature and contributes an Asian aesthetic to the landscape. Provide full sun and good drainage.
Pinus parviflora 'Fukuzumi'
The naturally variable, windswept character of this choice, slow-growing Japanese White Pine makes it a highly desirable addition to the landscape. It develops multiple leaders that extend at 45° angles, with short, blue-green, twisted needles. The wide-spreading plant takes on an irregular, wide form, or it can be staked up for tree-like character.
Pinus parviflora 'Goldilocks'
A naturally artistic, sweeping habit makes this rare pine a unique garden specimen. An overlay of soft, golden highlights contrast the silver undertones on the curved, green needles. For optimum color, seek a balance between sun & shade. Well-drained soil is required for this beauty to thrive.
Pinus parviflora 'Kinpo'
Twisted, brush-like clusters of needles appear along spreading branches, some of them exposed to show off gray, textured bark. Gently curved shoots, accented with attractive small cones, provide year-round appeal. Site the accent conifer in a raised, courtyard bed, container or other premium location with full sun & average moisture. Salt tolerance suggests a seaside setting.
Pinus parviflora ‘Ogon Janome’
An incredibly beautiful plant. This rare, mid-size, “Dragon’s Eye” form of Japanese White Pine exhibits tasteful variegation, like yellow bands on the needles. After seeing a specimen of this pine, even those who typically prefer plants without variegation rave about it.
Pinus parviflora 'Tanima No Yuki'
A very slow growing dwarf. Begins its life as an irregular mound which, in time, will develop into a small, broad, upright form. One of the last pines to complete its new candle growth in spring, it unfurls its curvy, creamy-white, variegated needles to produce a delightful character in the garden. Excellent for containers & rock gardens, it will benefit from well-drained soil & partial afternoon shade.
Pinus pumila 'Blue Dwarf'
This unusual, dwarf Siberian Pine was selected for a spring display of carmine-red cones that contrast with the superior, blue of the needles. It produces a dense load of twisted needles & a horizontal, spreading habit that is unique. Native to extremely cold, exposed regions of northeastern Asia, the tough constitution of this pine stands up to harsh conditions.
Pinus strobus 'Blue Shag'
This sprightly dwarf cultivar of Eastern White Pine produces long, soft, blue-green foliage & an outstanding, compact, reliably rounded form. Its size, shape, color & texture make it an excellent addition to many landscapes.
Pinus strobus ‘louie’
Has long, thin, vibrant yellow needles that stay brightly colored year-round. Interior foliage that is shaded stays fresh green, so the yellow really stands out. Large, open and upright, the symmetrical pyramid, best planted in full sun, seems to reflect the rays of the sun back into the garden.
Pinus strobus 'Mini Twists'
A great fit for the smaller landscape, this selection of the Eastern White Pine with its small twisted & curvy needles will create an unusual texture in the garden. Responds well to annual candle pruning which will encourage an even more compact, full-foliaged small tree.
Pinus strobus ‘Niagara Falls’
The handsome, cascading, compact, weeping form boasts many draping branches and long, two-tone needles. Every dense, wide specimen develops a unique character and flowing habit that mimics the action of the roaring Niagara Falls.
Pinus strobus 'Sea Urchin'
Truly a miniature, this Eastern White Pine has giant appeal. Soft bluish green needles cover this little mound that reminds one of its namesake, the sea urchin. Remains one of the most sought after miniature conifers. Its small rounded shape & very slow growth make it perfect for the patio garden in troughs or containers.
Pinus thunbergii 'Thunderhead'
Especially during winter, the eye-catching, brilliant-white candles of this popular selection of Japanese Black Pine create a striking contrast to the thick, glossy, green needles. Develops a dense, billowy, cloud-like form that may mature to a form as wide as tall.
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