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Pinus strobus 'Nana'
Dwarf White Pine
A shrubby evergreen, the dwarf white pine is slow, low growing, and spreading. The needles are a slivery, blue color and are found in pairs and are about 2-3" in length. Its color is year-round because it is a type of conifer. It also prefers full sun exposure and inhabits ordinary soil with good drainage. This evergreen can be typically found in landscaping because of its controllable size and can be easily grafted. It's height ranges from 3-7' tall while its spread is anywhere from 6-12' wide. Location on campus: athletic center, admissions building, alpine garden. Hardiness zones: 3-7
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