Pinus flexilis ‘Navajo’

Pinus flexilis ‘Navajo’ – slow growth, frost-resistant selection of limber pine;

  • dwarf, spheric habit. Variation can produces a stem itself with age,
  • slow-growth, reaches 70 cm of height and width after 10 years,
  • blue-green needles,
  • requires permeable and moderately humid soils,
  • grows well on Sunlit and semi-shaded positions,
  • recommended for oriental and home gardens, rockeries, group planting and as a solitaire tree.

Found as a witches’ broom by Jerry Morris in the USA.