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Pinus




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Pinus albicaulis 'Nana'

Pinus albicaulis 'Nana'

Introduced in 1965 from the noble collection it is dwarf and compact with grayish green needles.
$65.00

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Pinus armandii x lambertiana

Pinus armandii x lambertiana

This cross was made back in the 50's and described in USDA bul. 1345; it should be an excellent plant for the southeast and has been hardy at Gees.
$65.00

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Pinus ayachuite 'Forest Sky'

Pinus ayachuite 'Forest Sky'

A moderately compact form with less winter browning and good winter hardiness it will eventually reach 50'
$75.00

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Pinus ayachuite var. brachypte

Pinus ayachuite var. brachypte

This is now known as Pinus strobiformus the southwestern white pine.
$75.00

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Pinus banksiana 'Broom'

Pinus banksiana 'Broom'

We found this down at Gee's labeled simply Broom; Gary can't remember where it came from but is seems distinct from all the named forms we have compared it to. It was photographed extensively during the conifer society meetings but no one offered a name, habit is of a medium sized bun with 2-4 of annual growth
$75.00

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Pinus banksiana 'Pendula'

Pinus banksiana 'Pendula'

A weeping form introduced by Foxboro nurseries in 1991
$65.00

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Pinus banksiana 'Repens'

Pinus banksiana 'Repens'

A rather flat growing plant introduced from Germany in 1992.
$65.00

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Pinus banksiana 'Roshann'

Pinus banksiana 'Roshann'

$65.00

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Pinus banksiana 'Schoodic'

Pinus banksiana 'Schoodic'

$55.00

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Pinus banksiana 'Tuckers Dwarf'

Pinus banksiana 'Tuckers Dwarf'

A plant with a history Harry Elkins, who is 90 something, now, sent this to Lundell in Sweden, A nice compact bun it is named for Tuckers Nursery (also known for Daphne 'Tuckers sickly Yellow') the remains of the nursery survive to this day on property owned by general motors.
$55.00

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