Providing texture and year-round color to the landscape, pine are most recognizable for their long needles that extend from the tree in clusters. Available in a variety of forms, including towering evergreen trees to compact shrubs. May be upright towering, sprawling, weeping, or contorted in form.

Pines must be properly sited for long-term health. Plant in moist, well-drained soil for best results, avoiding wet soils and heavy clay. Most varieties will not tolerate drought and may need supplemental water in extreme heat. Swiss Stone and Mugo pines display best resistance for drought.  Prefers acidic soil.

Austrian Pine and Red Pine are not recommended in the landscape due to their susceptibility to multiple pests and diseases.

Taylor's Sunburst Lodgepole Pine

Hardiness Zones: 4 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun

Mature Size: 12' tall, 8' wide


Jacobsen Dwarf Mugo Pine

Hardiness Zones: 2 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun

Mature Size: 2-3' tall, 4-5' wide


Slow Mound Dwarf Mugo Pine

Hardiness Zones: 4 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun

Mature Size: 2-3' tall, 2-3' wide


Contorted White Pine

Hardiness Zones: 3 - 8

Exposure: Full Sun

Mature Size: 15-30' tall, 3-8' wide


Louie White Pine

Hardiness Zones: 3 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun

Mature Size: 25-30' tall, 15-20' wide


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