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Keith with a Niagara Falls in the landscape.

Keith with a Niagara Falls in the landscape.

Pinus strobus 'Niagara Falls'

Niagara Falls Eastern White Pine

Categories: Evergreen


More About Pinus strobus 'Niagara Falls'

  • Slow grower.
  • Bluish-green needles have a very fine texture.
  • No pests known.
  • Does not tolerate urban pollution.

Interesting Notes:

A unique & rare mutation of Pinus strobus Pendula.  The color is brighter, with long bluish-green needles on a dense, rounded, multi-stemmed evergreen shrub.  Graceful cascading branches.  It's horizontal and spreading growth make an excellent groundcover, rock garden addition, or specimen plant.  A 2009 selection for Collector's Conifer of the year.  Discovered by Hickory Hollow Nursery, New York in 1998.


Height:

3-6 ft

Spread:

4-8 ft

Hardiness Zone:

3

Pinus strobus 'Niagara Falls' Characteristics

Attributes

  • Ground Cover

Exposure

  • Full Sun

Foliage Color

  • Blue/green

Habit

  • Spreading
  • Prostrate

Soil Moisture

  • Acidic
  • Moist, Well-Drained