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Image of Pinus densiflora

James H. Schutte

(Japanese Red Pine)

Japanese red pine is an evergreen conifer native to eastern Asia and cultivated worldwide. Its cultivar 'Aurea' is a small, slow-growing, broadly conical tree with yellow-green needles that turn golden in winter. Although introduced to Western gardens more than 150 years ago, it remains little known.

The twisted needles of this evergreen pine occur in bundles of two. They cluster at the tips of twigs that are held on horizontal or upswept branches. The lower branches are often shed, exposing...

Image of Pinus densiflora

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Red Pine)

Japanese red pine is a favorite for gardens and bonsai in its native East Asia and elsewhere. Its cultivar 'Globosa' slowly forms a rounded irregularly branched small tree with deep blue-green needles.

The twisted needles of this evergreen pine occur in bundles of two. They cluster at the tips of twigs that are held on horizontal to slightly up-angled branches. This cultivar is usually short-trunked and of open, somewhat globular habit. In spring, tiny male cones and relatively small female...

Image of Pinus densiflora

James H. Schutte

(Japanese Red Pine)

Japanese red pine is an evergreen conifer native to eastern Asia and cultivated worldwide. Its cultivar 'Golden Ghost' slowly forms a small to medium-sized, conical shrub with gold-banded needles.

The twisted, pliant needles of this evergreen pine occur in bundles of two. The bright green needles are banded with gold from spring to fall, sometimes turning creamy tones in summer's heat. The needles cluster at the tips of twigs that are held on compact upswept branches. In spring, tiny male...

Image of Pinus densiflora

James H. Schutte

(Japanese Red Pine)

Japanese red pine is an evergreen conifer native to eastern Asia and cultivated worldwide. Its cultivar 'Low Glow' is a dense low mounded shrub with bright green foliage that holds its color through winter.

The twisted, pliant needles of this evergreen pine occur in bundles of two. The needles cluster at the tips of short upright to prostrate branches which eventually form a broad congested knee-high hummock.

This cold-hardy pine does well in full sun and well-drained soil. It fares...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Red Pine)

Japanese red pine is an evergreen conifer native to eastern Asia and cultivated worldwide. Its cultivar 'Oculus-draconis' is a small, slow-growing, broad-headed tree whose needles are barred with pale yellow. It was introduced to Western gardens in the late nineteenth century.

Occuring in bundles of two, the twisted green needles of this evergreen pine have creamy yellow banding that fades in winter. The needles cluster at the tips of twigs that are held on horizontal or slightly ascending...

Image of Pinus densiflora

James H. Schutte

(Japanese Red Pine)

Japanese red pine is an evergreen conifer native to eastern Asia and cultivated worldwide. Its dwarf cultivar 'Pendula' is a low creeping shrub with dense prostrate branches. Top-grafted specimens form a small mop-headed tree. This cultivar was introduced to Western gardens in the late nineteenth century.

The twisted green needles of this evergreen pine cluster at the tips of the prostrate or pendulous branches that slowly spread into a thick ground-covering mat. In spring, tiny male cones...

Image of Pinus echinata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Shortleaf Pine)

An important source of timber and pulpwood within its native range, this medium to large evergreen tree occurs on sandy and rocky sites from southern New York to Florida to the lower Midwest.

The relatively short, soft, dark green needles of this pine occur in bundles of two or sometimes three. They are borne toward the tips of slender, horizontal to drooping branches. In spring, tiny male cones and relatively small female cones appear near the branch tips. The prickly, conical female cones...

Image of Pinus elliottii var. densa photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Slash Pine)

This variety of slash pine from Florida is distinguished by its relatively dense wood and its grass-like early growth.

The medium-length needles are borne in twos, sometimes threes. The spiny, brown, hand-sized cones shed seeds their second year, providing food for wildlife. Seedlings resemble a clump of grass, remaining in this "juvenile" state for several years. Mature specimens are tall and round-crowned with orange-gray, scaly bark.

This cold-tender tree favors full sun and well-drained...

Image of Pinus flexilis photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Limber Pine)

This handsome, cold-hardy, small- to medium-sized evergreen tree comes from mountains of western North America from Canada to Mexico.

The medium to long, supple, bluish-green needles of this pine are held in bundles of five toward the tips of long flexible branches. The densely borne needles have conspicuous white lines on their upper surface. In spring, trees produce tiny male cones and large female cones near the branch tips. The yellowish brown female cones mature in 2 years, dropping...

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Jesse Saylor

(Limber Pine)

Rapidly forming a low dense irregular mass of sprawling branches, this prostrate evergreen is one of numerous selections of limber pine, a hardy small to medium-sized tree from mountains of western North America.

The long, supple, bluish-green needles of this pine are held in bundles of five toward the tips of long lax branches. The needles have conspicuous white lines on their upper surface. In spring, plants may produce tiny male cones and large female cones near the branch tips. The yellowish...