Pinus sylvestris ‘Pumila’

Pumila Scots Pine Useful for many landscape situations, ‘Pumila’ is a medium to large shrub-like Scots Pine with a unique, broadly rounded, upright form. The needles have a blue cast and this hardy, durable pine makes an excellent accent or compact screen. Pinus sylvestris ‘Pumila’ Download a printable point of sale sign HERE. View General planting instructions HERE. […]

Pinus Koraiensis ‘Silveray’

Silveray Korean Pine Two-tone green and silver needles extend from the bundles in twists and turns, giving an overall silvery appearance. With an upright and slender form, this tidy selection will thrive in full sun and is highlyadaptable and durable for many landscapes. Pinus koraiensis ‘Silveray’ Download a printable point of sale sign HERE. View General planting […]

Pinus heldreichii (leucodermis) ‘Atze Saule’

Atze Saule Bosnian Pine A unique selection of Bosnian Pine that offers an unusual element to the garden. Clusters of short needles emerge in spring and grow longer at random rates, leaving a mix of needle lengths within a given whorl. Gives the impression of a “bad hair day” with four to five inch long […]

Pinus densiflora ‘Edsal Wood’

Edsal Wood Japanese Red Pine A tight little flattened cushion with bright green thin needles. Small reddish-brown buds cover the plant. The slow tight growth and color contrast of the needles with the buds make for an attractive rock gardenelement. Seedlings were selected by Edsal Wood of Aurora, Oregon in the 1990’s. There is some […]

Carpinus betulus ‘Columnaris Nana’

Dwarf Columnar Hornbeam Dwarf Columnar Hornbeam is just that; a slow growing, narrow form of European Hornbeam that becomes twice as tall as wide. It serves well as a street tree with no pruning necessary or with minimal pruning it becomes a first-rate hedge. The characteristic green foliage turns an outstanding golden yellow in fall. […]

Pinus wallichiana ‘Zebrina’

Zebrina Himalayan Pine This variegated selection of the beautiful Himalayan Pine has the same long, thin needles as the species, but with bands of yellow that create a bright effect both close up and viewed from afar. Pinus wallichiana ‘Zebrina’ Download a printable point of sale sign HERE. View General planting instructions HERE. ← Back to the Pinus (Pine) […]

Pinus strobus ‘Stowe Pillar’

Stowe Pillar Eastern White Pine Blue-green with a sturdy yet soft texture and columnar growth habit.  Adds interest to those tight corners, small spaces near pathways, or even in containers on a balcony or flanking a  front door. Stable, more compact branching compared to other narrow upright eastern white pines. This makes for branches that […]

Pinus thunbergii ‘Hakuho’

Hakuho Japanese Black Pine Rough, deeply fissured bark and dense, vibrant green needles give this Japanese garden essential its distinctive character. A dramatic garden centerpiece when pruned and trained to have a windswept look. Textured bark develops at a young age, making them an ideal bonsai specimen. Pinus thunbergii ‘Hakuho’ Download a printable point of […]

Pinus parviflora ‘Koru’

Pinus parviflora ‘Koru’

Koru Japanese White Pine Clusters of curved blue green needles give this Japanese White Pine a silvery glow. Bold cones on branch tips add textural appeal. An architectural specimen with irregular branching and an overall conical shape, ‘Koru’ makes a dynamic focal point in the Asian inspired garden. Pinus parviflora ‘Koru’ Download a printable point […]

Pinus mugo ‘Minima Kalous’

Minima Kalous TRUdwarf® Mugo Pine ‘Minima kalous’ is an adorable little bun that has short, dark green needles held at wide anglesto surround a thick cluster of conspicuous white buds. Tight uniformgrowth and consistent size and shape provide the gardener with areliable, hardy, low maintenance garden plant. Originated in the CzechRepublic. Pinus mugo ‘Minima Kalous’ Garden […]