Pinus Sylvestris glauca windswept form


Pinus Sylvestris glauca windswept form

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The spectacular evergreen conifer, Pinus sylvestris (Scots pine), is the most widely distributed pine species in the world, and for good reason.Scots pine is a pioneer species, frost and drought tolerant and able to grow on very poor soils, so it can be found in many different habitats.It’s needled blue green foliage and the orange burnt red bark, makes for a beautiful contrast and a stunning feature tree.

This specimen has a windswept form, that we had specifically picked out after an episode of Gardeners World in which Carol Klein showed beautiful specimen pines so we quickly got onto our conifer growers and this is what we got.   It is 4045cm girth, 1.8m clear stem and 4.5m in total height but 3metres wide and a very distinct windswept shape.


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Pot Size

40-45cm girth, 4.5m tall Specimen

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