Pinus flexilis ‘Cheyenne’

Cheyenne Limber Pine This pioneering pine species is noted for tolerance to weather extremes. Although adaptable to harsh dry conditions it is at its best in the landscape setting grown in moist well‑drained soil. With light green needles and a hint of silvery blue streaking through the needles, the uniform growth and compact shape make […]

Pinus mugo ‘Emerald Dwarf’

Emerald Dwarf Mugo Pine Fresh green medium length needles and an attractive cluster of brown buds form a very slow growing, tight cushion. With its tidy uniform shape, ‘Emerald Dwarf ’ provides another choice for a low maintenance and reliable garden element which performs well in the rock garden and in containers. Garden Size: 1.5’H […]

Pinus strobus ‘Ground Hugger’

Ground Hugger White Pine Characteristic thin, two-tone needles cover this spreading Eastern White Pine. The blue-green foliage brightens the ground as it fills out with age. Thin cones that are 4-5 inches in length and covered with white pitch appear at a young age. As with any strobus, avoid soils with poor drainage. Garden Size: […]

Pinus strobus ‘Sarah Rachel’

Sarah Rachel White Pine Soft, feathery, bright green needles cover a dense branch structure on this special garden plant. Pinus strobus ‘Sarah Rachel’ is rather nondescript when young, it forms a handsome conical shape in time. Growing much slower than other upright strobus, it fills a niche in the garden that hasn’t been available before. […]

Pinus strobus ‘Cortland Rose’

Cortland Rose White Pine Numerous brown buds are clustered on branch tips to decorate a very tight ball. The medium green needles on Pinus strobus ‘Cortland Rose’ tightly surround the clusters, setting them off in an attractive fashion. A witch’s broom selection from Gert Bohme in Germany. Garden Size: 2’H x 1.5’W Dwarf: 1-3″/year Broad […]

Pinus mugo ‘Laarheide’

Laarheide Mugo Pine Winter is the season when Pinus mugo ‘Laarheide’ literally shines in the garden. Throughout the growing season it maintains as a low-key garden element with its medium green needles. As winter approaches, the needles turn color and become an outstanding luminous yellow that brings the winter garden to life. Growing wider than […]

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 […]