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Bristlecone pine, foxtail pine

Pinus aristata

Bristlecone pine, foxtail pine
 
 
 

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Article number: 1989981

 

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Product information "Bristlecone pine, foxtail pine"

Pinus aristata is a medium-sized tree with a slow growth rate. It reaches a height of approximately 5-15 m. The needles of this evergreen conifer tree are deep green to blue-green with resin flecks. The bark is grey-brown, thin and scaly at the base of the trunk.
This bristlecone pine may be one of the most long-lived species in the world. The bristly, sharp projection at the end of each cone scale give the plant its name. Suitable for small gardens, Pinus aristata is by far the most common of the bristlecone pines in cultivation.
 
  • Final height 3m to 4m
  • Final width 100cm to 2m
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Use outdoors
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil moderately heavy, light, alkaline, slightly alkaline, neutral, acidic, slightly acidic
  • Location full sun

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