Pinus parviflora ‘Tanima no yuki’ (jap. ‘snow in the valley’) – unique Japanese white pine of characterised by a unique colour;
- irregular, compact habit,
- slow growth – reaches 60 cm after 10 years,
- green needles,
- characterised by a variegation: spring tree increments are white, shoots are pinkish,
- requires permeable, humous and slightly acidic soils,
- should be planted in semi-shaded positions,
- perfect for collector’s gardens as well as orietal and home gardens.
One of the most unique pine variations. Requires much effort in cultivation – treated as a collector’s plant.