Pinus banksiana 'Schoodic'
A dense, prostrate form of Jack pine with emerald green needles, this slow-growing seedling selection can drape down a wall or spread out in a low mass on a bank. Even after 30 years, a very old specimen only gets about 3' tall in the center and 15' wide. Numerous cones have a high percentage of viable seeds that make some interesting seedlings. Selected about 1970 by Alfred Fordham, Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts from seed collected on the Schoodic Penninsula in Massachusetts.
For specimen sizes, please take a look at these listings: Specimens 2.5'