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  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.
  • A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.

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A pyramid with twisted blue-green needles.  Male pollen cones are profuse and bright red in the spring.  The red pollen cones are typical of Pinus pumila - which this cultivar might belong to.  Either way, this is one of the finest cultivars of parviflora or pumila.  Also known as 'Bergmani.'  Introduced by Fred Bergman at Raraflora Nursery in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.

 

 

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Pinus parviflora 'Bergman' _ Japanese White Pine _

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Latin Name:
Pinus parviflora 'Bergman'
Common name:
Bergman Japanese White Pine
Sun Exposure:
sun
ANNUAL GROWTH:
6-9"
HxW@10 Years:
6'x3'
COLOR:
blue
FORM:
Pyramidal
GROWTH RATE:
Dwarf
Hardiness Zone:
Zones 5-9

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