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Pinus parviflora 'Fukuzumi' _ Japanese White Pine _

  • Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'
  • Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'
  • Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'
  • Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'
  • Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'
  • Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'
  • Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'
  • Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'

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Each one of these irregular, upright pines is unique. Whether maturing to a low, wide shape with multiple leaders or developing a more dense, prostrate form, the windswept character of the slow-growing pine lends a distinctive sculptural quality to the garden. Small blue-green needles are soft and somewhat silvery.  Also known as 'Fuku zumi' and 'Fuku zu mi.'

 

 

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Pinus parviflora 'Fukuzumi' _ Japanese White Pine _

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Latin Name:
Pinus parviflora 'Fukuzumi'
Common name:
Fukuzumi Japanese White Pine
Sun Exposure:
sun
ANNUAL GROWTH:
3-6"
HxW@10 Years:
3'x4'
COLOR:
blue
FORM:
Open/Sculptural
GROWTH RATE:
Dwarf
Hardiness Zone:
Zones 5-9

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