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Japanese White Pine

Pinus parviflora (Glauca Group)

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Japanese White Pine

Pinus parviflora (Glauca Group)

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Botanical Name

Pinus parviflora (Glauca Group)

Outdoor Growing zone

5-7

Mature Height

20-50

Mature Width

20-40

Sun needs

Full Sun

Japanese White Pine is a medium-sized evergreen tree that will grow between 20 and 40 feet tall. It has a wide, flattened look when mature, with dense bunches of shoots clothing the branches. The needles are tightly packed on the stems, slightly twisted, and of an attractive blueish-green color. This tree is a classic plant for Asian-style and Japanese gardens, and it gives a calm, meditative feel to any garden space at all. It is a popular plant for training, in the ground, or in a pot, but it also grows well as a natural tree in any garden space at all. It makes an attractive lawn specimen, or a background plant to your garden, bringing character, privacy and charm to any space.

  • Beautiful small pine for a specimen tree
  • Essential plant for any Asian-themed garden space
  • Dense, twisted needles are bluish-green
  • Easily grown on any well-drained soil
  • Ideal subject for training or bonsai

Plant the Japanese White Pine in a sunny place, in any well-drained soil. It tolerates poor soils well, and it also grows well in urban areas. It has no significant pests or diseases, and it is moderately drought-resistant when well-established. It is hardy from zone 5 to zone 7, and it prefers cooler areas, with good rainfall. Not recommended for areas with very hot and humid summers. This popular tree is often used for bonsai, or simply grow in a pot with some basic trimming, to bring character to a modern garden space, such as a courtyard or terrace.

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