Pinus strobiformis ‘Loma Linda’

Pinus strobiformis ‘Loma Linda’ – is a broadly pyramidal selection of southwestern white pine;

  • reaches 1,80 m growth and 0,90 m width in 10 years,
  • long, blue-green needles,
  • requires permeable soils, good for sunlit positions,
  • recommended for home gardens, group planting as a solitaire tree.

Variation found as a witches’ broom by Jerry Moriss, USA.