Pinus sylvestris ‘Jeremy’ – slow-growing variation of Scots pine;
- compact, hemispherical habit,
- dwarf variation – reaches 50 cm height and 60 cm width after 10 years,
- short, green-blue needles,
- requires permeable, acidic soils,
- grows well on sunlit and partially shaded positions,
- especially recommended for home gardens as well as rockeries and containers.
Variation found as a witches’ broom in 1973 from the United Kingdom.