Pinus x schwerinii ‘Wiethorst’

Wiethorst Hybrid Pine Loads of long, super-fine, two-color needles produce an airy, delicate quality, while a profusion of handsome, resinous cones adds to the presence of the large, graceful Pinus x schwerinii ‘Wiethorst’. Discovered in Germany as a witch’s broom on Pinus x schwerinii, a pine hybrid combining strobus and wallichiana, it gets hardiness from the Eastern White Pine and grace and extremely long needles […]

Pinus thunbergii ‘Thunderhead’

Thunderhead Japanese Black Pine Especially during winter, the eye-catching, brilliant white candles of Pinus thunbergii ‘Thunderhead’ create a striking contrast to the thick, glossy, green needles. ‘Thunderhead’ develops a dense, billowy, cloud-like form that may mature to a form as wide as tall. Garden Size: 15’H x 12’W Intermediate: 6-12″/year Broad Upright Zone 5 Green Conifer Full Sun Download […]

Pinus sylvestris ‘Trollguld’

Trollguld Scots Pine Intense yellow foliage persists all year-round. Growing naturally, Pinus sylvestris ‘Trollguld’ will have a full-figured, broad upright, conical habit although it responds well to an annual shearing if a tighter form is desired. Full sun will bring the brightest color, but some afternoon shade may prevent the possibility of sunscald in the harshest summer […]

Pinus sylvestris ‘Hillside Creeper’

Hillside Creeper Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris ‘Hillside Creeper’ is a classy creeper that spreads out and forms a flat mesa of layered branches that are covered with thick, green needles. The vigorous, hardy pine, lighter green in winter, makes an excellent ground-covering option for banks or walls or tucked in and around boulders. Found as a […]

Pinus sylvestris ‘Glauca Nana’

Dwarf Blue Scots Pine Rounded when young, Pinus sylvestris ‘Glauca Nana’ slowly sprawls out and matures to a wider-than-tall, flattened form with age. To maintain a more globe-like shape, candle prune in spring before needles fully extend. Garden Size: 10’H x 10’W Intermediate: 6-8″/year Globe Shaped Zone 3 Bluish Conifer Full Sun Download a printable point of sale […]

Pinus sylvestris ‘Beuvronensis’

Dwarf Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris ‘Beuvronensis’ is a choice, garden pine starting out as a broadly globose bush and developing into a dense, elegant form that is wider than tall. Plants respond well to candle pruning, which enhances the slow-growing pine’s density. Discovered as a witch’s broom on a scots pine in France and has been in […]

Pinus sylvestris ‘Albyn Prostrata’

Albyn Prostrate Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris ‘Albyn Prostrata’ is a vigorous spreader and an excellent groundcover that spills over banks and rambles through garden beds. With maturity, layered branches mound in the center and taper down to the edges. A blue cast adds interest to the thick, green needles of this seedling selection from Albyn Nursery, Newark, […]

Pinus strobus ‘Sea Urchin’

Sea Urchin Eastern White Pine Truly a miniature, Pinus strobus ‘Sea Urchin’ has giant appeal. Soft bluish green needles cover this little mound that reminds one of its namesake, the sea urchin. Selected by Sydney Waxman in 1978, ‘Sea Urchin’ remains one of the most sought after miniature conifers. Its small rounded shape and very slow growth make […]

Pinus strobus ‘Niagara Falls’

Niagara Falls Eastern White Pine The handsome, cascading Pinus strobus ‘Niagara Falls’, chosen 2009 Collector’s Conifer of the Year, was found as a sport of P.s. ‘Pendula’ and demonstrates a distinct improvement over that familiar landscape tree. The compact, weeping form boasts many draping branches and long, two-tone needles. Every dense, wide specimen develops a unique character and flowing […]

Pinus strobus ‘Mini Twists’

Mini Twists Eastern White Pine A great fit for the smaller landscape, Pinus strobus ‘Mini Twists’ with its small twisted and curvy needles will create an unusual texture in the garden. A much smaller, dwarf version of the large growing P.s. ‘Contorta’, ‘Mini Twists’ responds well to annual candle pruning which will encourage an even more compact, full-foliaged small […]