Pinus strobus ‘Macopin’

Macopin Eastern White Pine Exuberant cone production, even when young, distinguishes Pinus strobus ‘Macopin’ from other White Pine cultivars. The mid-size tree develops an open, irregular habit with broad branches and soft, blue-green foliage. Originated as a witch’s broom found by Wm. Gotelli and George Erhle at Macopin, New Jersey. Garden Size: 10’H x 8’W Intermediate: 6-8″/year Broad Upright […]

Pinus strobus ‘Louie’

Louie’s Eastern White Pine 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 ‘Fastigiata’

Upright Eastern White Pine Pinus strobus ‘Fastigiata’ with its long, slender, blue-green needles give this fast-growing, upright tree a delicate look. Branches aim skyward, so trees stay narrow and make a valuable contribution to tight spots that need a big presence with a small footprint. Garden Size: 25’H x 12’W Large: 15+″/year Narrow Upright Zone 3 […]

Pinus strobus ‘Blue Shag’

Blue Shag Eastern White Pine Pinus strobus ‘Blue Shag’ is a sprightly dwarf cultivar of Eastern White Pine which produces long, soft, blue-green foliage and an outstanding, compact, reliably rounded form. Its size, shape, color and texture make the seedling, grown and selected by Sydney Waxman, University of Connecticut, an excellent addition to many landscapes. Garden […]

Pinus strobus ‘Angel Falls’

Angel Falls Eastern White Pine Pinus strobus ‘Angel Falls’ originated as a slow-growing seedling of P.s. ‘Pendula’ in 1981 at Iseli Nursery. ‘Angel Falls’ has very long, very narrow, light green needles and a strong weeping habit. Its closely held branches develop graceful draping forms that combine a tall, narrow stature with a broad, flowing skirt. After 20 years of […]

Pinus resinosa ‘Morel’

Morel Red Pine A new, compact, bush form of Pinus resinosa ‘Morel’ has long, light green needles that are soft to the touch. Mid-size plants become dense, billowy shrubs that resemble the shape of morel mushrooms with rounded top-caps and more height than width. The very hardy plants project an informal beauty in the garden year-round. Garden […]

Pinus pumila ‘Blue Dwarf’

Blue Dwarf Japanese Stone Pine Pinus pumila ‘Blue Dwarf’ was selected for a spring display of brightly colored cones that contrast with the superior color of the needles. It produces a dense load of twisted needles and a horizontal, spreading habit that is unique among Pinus pumila cultivars. Native to extremely cold, exposed regions of northeastern Asia, the […]

Pinus peuce ‘Pacific Blue’

Pacific Blue Macedonian Pine Beautiful blue needles are long and thin, and densely cover Pinus peuce ‘Pacific Blue’. Selected from a group of P.p. ‘Glauca’ seedlings for its pleasing color. Multi-year needle persistence makes for a thick and full specimen with good form. Native to SE Europe, it is very cold and wind tolerant. Garden Size: 20’H x 15’W […]

Pinus parviflora ‘Tanima no yuki’

Snow in the Valley Japanese White Pine A very slow growing dwarf, Pinus parviflora ‘Tanima no yuki’ 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 […]

Pinus parviflora ‘Ogon Janome’

Variegated Japanese White Pine Pinus parviflora ‘Ogon Janome’ is 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. Garden Size: 10’H x 8’W Intermediate: 6-10″/year […]