Pinus parviflora - Japanese White Pines

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Japanese White Pine is native to Japan and Korea. It is pyramidal and dense when young, but as it ages it becomes wider and flat-topped at the crown. It grows more than 12” a year, and becomes 10’-20’H × 10’-15’W in 10 years, spreading to 20’-40’H × 20’-50’W at maturity. The 3” needles are green or with a white, glaucous bloom, and 2”-3” long, red-brown seed cones grow in clusters on new shoots. Japanese White Pine prefers full sun, and grows in a variety of moist soils that are well-draining. It is hardy in USDA zones 5 to 9.