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  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.
  • Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.

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Long, soft and silvery-blue foliage combines with an unusual, somewhat spreading habit and fantastic raspberry-red cones at a young age to make this Japanese stone pine even more unique. The low, spreading, rounded plant is much wider than it is tall. Its blue-green needles are about 2" long, and its needle tips get bleached in the winter, so the new growth appears especially vibrant.

 

 

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Pinus pumila 'Dwarf Blue' _ Siberian Stone Pine _

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Latin Name:
Pinus pumila 'Dwarf Blue'
Common name:
Dwarf Blue Japanese Stone Pine
Sun Exposure:
Sun
ANNUAL GROWTH:
3-6"
HxW@10 Years:
2'x4'
COLOR:
blue
FORM:
Spreading/Prostrate
GROWTH RATE:
Dwarf
Hardiness Zone:
Zones 4-8

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