Pinus strobus ‘Connecticut Slate’ (syn. ‘Connecticut State’) – one of the newer variations of eastern white pine;
- compact, acervate habit,
- slow growth rate – reaches 1,5 metres after 10 years,
- long, soft and blue-green needles,
- has a multiple ornate cones in that variation,
- requires humous, permeable and slightly acidic soils,
- for sunlit and partly shaded positions,
- planted in oriental and home gardens.