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Pinus schwerinii (x) 'Wiethorst' _ Hybrid Pine _

  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.
  • The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.

Description

The clusters of long, bluish-green needles on this outstanding broad, pyramidal pine are so delicate even the slightest wind moves them. A witches broom found in Germany on Pinus x schwerinii (a cross between P. strobus and P. wallichiana), the spectacular cultivar produces an abundance of oversized sappy cones.  Plants can be pruned to stay beautifully tight and soft; left unpruned, plants become unique informal uprights with pillowy branches.  Both forms will impress admiring gardeners. Found and named by Mr. Wieting who lives in Gießelhorst, Germany; Pinus x schwerinii was found in the German town Schwerin.

 

 

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Pinus schwerinii (x) 'Wiethorst' _ Hybrid Pine _

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Latin Name:
Pinus schwerinii 'Wiethorst (x. schwerinii)'
Common name:
Wiethorst Hybrid Pine
Sun Exposure:
Sun
ANNUAL GROWTH:
3-6"
HxW@10 Years:
5'x3'
COLOR:
blue
FORM:
Pyramidal
GROWTH RATE:
Dwarf
Hardiness Zone:
Zones 4-8

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