Dwarf form of Pinus Nigra Austriaca – conifer typical to the Alps with regular, pyramidal habit. Rigid needles, 8-12cm long, dark green. Female flowers are red, in pairs at the tips of the new growth. Male flowers are yellow, grouped at the base of the new growth. Young cones are green and long; when mature they become large, brown and round. Mountain species which prefers snowy winters and not too humid summers. Grows well in all types of soil, even clay, and tolerates calcareous.
Latin Name: Pinus Nigra Austriaca ‘Nana’
English Name: Dwarf Austrian Pine, Black Pine ‘Nana’
Foliage Type: Evergreen.
Foliage: Intense Green.
Flower: Brown Round Cones.
Flowering Period: Spring.
Suggested Location: Outdoor.
Suggested Soil Type: Well-drained. Chalk. Clay. Loam. Sand.
Suggested Exposure to Sunlight: Full Sunlight.
Suggested Exposure to Weather: Sheltered or Exposed.
Hardiness Rating: High (H7)
Lowest Temperature Tolerance: Less than -20°C (less than -4°F)
Suggested Uses: Small gardens. Cultivation in pots. Groups. Rock gardens.Reinforcing esarpments and sloping terrain.
Maintenance: No pruning required.
Growth Habit: Bushy/Round.
Growth Speed: Slow.
Final Height: 3 m – 4 m (9.8 ft – 13.1 ft)
Final Sideways Spread: 3 m – 4 m (9.8 ft – 13.1 ft)
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