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Conifers

Pinus contorta  'Murrayana'
Upright, conical, evergreen tree. Thin, scaly, orange brown to dark brown bark. Seed cones are symmetrical occurring in clusters and falling soon after shedding its seeds. Prefers cold, wet winters and dry warm summers.
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Pinus contorta latifolia
Medium growing, irregularly compact, pyramidal coniferous evergreen. One of best small pines for small gardens. Useful bonsai and topiary subject.
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Pinus d. 'Pendula'
Slow to medium growing, weeping coniferous evergreen. Height depends on staking or grafting on a standard. Rich green needles on weeping branches. Drape over rocks, walls or raised planters.
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Pinus d. 'Tanyosho'
Slow growing, dwarf, upright, spreading conifer with umbrella-like head. Densely borne branches of bright to dark green needles. Good specimen for grafting on a standard.
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Pinus d. 'Tanyosho Compacta'
Mushroom shaped coniferous evergreen. Unique 2 needled pine with twisting leaves dark green held in a tight ball.
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Pinus densiflora
Slow to medium growing, coniferous evergreen with a pyramidal irregularly spreading habit when young, open, shrubby, often flat-topped at maturity.
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Pinus f. 'Cesserini Blue'
This selection was made by Joe Cesarini of Maryland and has a good blue coloration. It will also take well to shearing if needed to be kept compact. The shape is a broad upright and should grow a little less than 1 foot/ year once established.
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Pinus f. 'Extra Blue'
Irregular pyrimidal pine. Attractive steel blue foliage all through winter. Strong central leader and pyramidal form. Low canopy.
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Pinus f. 'Vanderwolf's Pyramid'
Densely branched, pyramidal coniferous tree. Long, twisted, silvery, blue green needles. Resistant to insects and diseases.
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Pinus h. leucodermis
Slow growing, densely branched, pyramidal coniferous tree. Unique purple-blue cones when young. Ripens to brown.
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Pinus jeffreyi
Evergreen conifer with long bluish green needles. Very large, 5-12" cones. Attractive cinnamon brown bark. Mature trees have a vanilla fragrance. Drought tolerant once established.
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Pinus mugo 'Donna's Mini'
Miniature conifer, grows 1-3" a year. Green needles and dome-shaped habit.
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Pinus mugo 'Mops'
Compact conifer with rounded form. Slow growth makes this shrub ideal for small spaces. Green foliage gets some gold coloring during cold months.
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Pinus mugo 'Mughus'
A shrubby symetrical little pine. Slow growing. Widely used in rock gardens and containers. Can be kept more compact and smaller by pruning candles in May.
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Pinus mugo 'Paul's Dwarf'
‘Paul’s Dwarf’ is a dwarf cultivar with a dense globose form that is very slow-growing (2-3” per year). Features unusually short, medium to dark green needles (to 1” long) in bundles of two.
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Pinus mugo 'Pumilio'
Slow growing, dwarf conifer with shrubby, broadly spreading branches. Dark green needles. Mass planting, rock gardens, and grouped with broadleaf plants.
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Pinus mugo 'Slowmound'
Compact, round evergreen. Reliable dark green foliage, rich texture, and showy buds. Needles are ¾ to 1 inch long and dark green with a slight twist.
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Pinus mugo 'Tyrolean'
Slow growing, compact shrub. Dark green, short, stout needles are in clusters of 2. Can be pruned annually to keep its dwarf habit.
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Pinus nigra
Rapid growing, conical to umbrella shaped coniferous tree. Densely branched with long dark green needles.
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Pinus nigra 'Arnold Sentinel' ~NET~
Very narrow, upright evergreen conifer with dark blue-green needles. Perfect as a specimen where space is limited. Drought tolerant once established. Does well in coastal conditions.
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Pinus nigra 'Compacta'
Slow growing, compact, evergreen conifer. Lush deep green needles. Excellent as a natural screen or hedge.
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Pinus nigra 'Hornbrookiana'
Slow growing compact, dwarf coniferous evergreen growin 3 to 6 inches per year. Plant never needs to be pruned to stay compact.
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Pinus nigra 'Oregon Green'
Upright slow growing pine. This Austrian pine has very stiff needles, which means less drop in the summer. During the spring bright white candles spike up against the dark green foliage
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Pinus nigra 'Teardrop'
Nice evergreen with a small stature and upright, somewhat formal habit. Size: 15-25'H x 5-10'W Shape: tight, narrow pyramidal Plant Zone: 4 Fall Color: green Flower: inconspicuous Fruit: cone Feature: narrow pyramidal form Sun/Shade: full sun
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Pinus parviflora 'Gimborn's Ideal'
A small dense tree with long thin blue-green needles. The shape is pyramidal to columnar. It was developed in the Gimborn Arboretum.
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Pinus parviflora 'Glauca'
Slow to moderate growing evergreen tree. Needles look twisted as you look in from buds. Grows about 12 to 16 inches per year. Widely used for bonsai and container plant.
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Pinus parviflora 'Ogon janome' ~NET~
Unusual conifer with striking yellow bands on soft blue needles that resemble a dragon's eye. Retains its vibrant color best in full sun, but will benefit from afternoon shade. Excellent when planted as a specimen or focal point.
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Pinus parviflora 'Tempelhoff'
Slow to moderate growing evergreen tree. Needles look twisted as you look in from buds. Grows about 12 to 16 inches per year. Widely used for bonsai and container plant.
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Pinus ponderosa
Medium growing, coniferous evergreen tree. Narrow to broadly pyramidal top when young. Rigid, curved, 5 to 10 inch dark or yellowish green needles.
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Pinus strobus
Rapid growing evergreen tree has a rounded or pyramidal mature form. Excellent for a screen, windbreak or specimen. Long, thin, bluish-green needles are held in clusters of 5. Evergreen tree has rounded or pyramidal mature shape.
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Pinus strobus 'Blue Shag'
A true dwarf shrub with intensely blue-green to blue-silver foliage.
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Pinus strobus 'Fastigiata'
Moderate growing, narrow, uprightand columnar, when young, coniferous evergreen tree. Valued for its delicate, soft green foliage. Bears pendulous cones up to 8 inches long.
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Pinus strobus 'Horsford Dwarf'
Very slow growing, very compact, dwarf flat ball shaped conifer growing about 3 inches per year. Green leaves have a second growth at the buds.
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Pinus strobus 'Nana'
Slow growing, dwarf, compact, mounding coniferous evergreen. Blue green and white needles in clusters of 5.
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Pinus strobus 'Pendula'
Fast growing, upright growing weeping, conifer. Weeping branches that will sweep the ground. 3-4 inch slender bluish green needles in bundles of five.
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Pinus strobus 'Torulosa'
Moderate growing, attractive, open pyramidal evergreen conifer. Branches become contorted and pictureque with age. Long twisted blue-green needles.
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Pinus strobus 'White Mountain'
Pyramidal Narrow leaved Evergreen tree. Sensitive to pollution and salt. Soft blue-green needles with white tips. Outstanding powder blue needles.
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Pinus syl. 'Glauca Nana' STD ~NET~
Compact slow growing conifer. Useful rounded form with rich blue-green needles on dense, horizontal branches. Attractive reddish bark.
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Pinus syl. 'Mt. Vernon Blue', Poodle ~NET~
Rounded form. Attractive bluish-green foliage. The shaggy orange bark is extremely showy and adds significant winter interest. evergreen tree with a strong central leader and a more or less rounded form.
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Pinus sylvestris
Moderate growing, pyramidal evergreen. Height depends on training. Bluish green needles in clusters of 2. Bark turns reddish with age. Will resist drought conditions when well established. Wind resistant.
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Pinus sylvestris 'Fastigiata'
Slow growing blue columnar form of Scotch Pine. Grows 6 to 12 inches per year.
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Pinus sylvestris 'Hillside Creeper
Light green, twisted needles with a dense prostrate habit. Turns an attractive yellowish green in winter. Excellent in rock gardens or as a groundcover along a slope or bank.
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Pinus sylvestris 'Nana'
Very slow growing, dwarf, compact coniferous shrub growing 1 to 4 inches per year. Blue green needles 1 to 3 inches long in clusters of two.
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Pinus sylvestris 'Viridis'
Dwarf evergreen conifer. Easily pruned into topiaries. Variable lengths on the green needles give adds interest.
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Pinus sylvestris 'Watereri'
Slow growing, densely pyramidal to flat topped coniferous evergreen. Needles are a steel blue color.
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Pinus t. 'Yatsubusa'
This pine form is oval verical and upright. Dark green foliage. Growth rate is slow. Requires well drained soil, rocky or gravely.
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Pinus thunbergii
Compact, pyramidal evergreen tree. New, needle-like growth is soft green, maturing to a grayish tinge.
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Pinus thunbergii 'Banshoho'
Compact, dense, large, spreading mounded coniferous shrub growing 4 inches per year. Light green needles. Prune yearly to keep size and form.
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Pinus thunbergii 'Oculis Draconis'
Interesting stiff, green needles with a yellow band. Salt and drought tolerant.
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Pinus thunbergii 'Thunderhead'
Slow growing, compact upright, dwarf variety, coniferous evergreen. Brilliant white candles contrast wonderfully tieh the glossy green needles, especially in winter.
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