Pinus thunbergii ‘Sayonara’

Pinus thunbergii ‘Sayonara’ (syn. ‘Yatsubusa’);

  • acervate and compact habit, 
  • grows slowly, reaches 1,5 m after 10 years, 
  • medium-long, firm and green needles, 
  • characteristic feature are long, white buds,
  • grows well  in permeable and slightly acidic soils as well as in sunlit and semi-shadowed positions,
  • should be planted in lee positions, 
  • good for home and oriental gardens, free arrangements and group planting, 
  • one of the most frost resistant Japanese black pine variations. 

One of the best variations for urban planting. High tolerance to salinisation allows to be planted in urban zones.