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PINUS MUGO PUMILIO

Pinus mugo var. 'Pumilio'

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PINUS MUGO PUMILIO

Genus: PINUS
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Height: 3-4 Feet Tall
Spread: 3-5 Feet Wide
Color: green foliage
Light: Full Sun
Zone: 3
EVERGREEN SHRUB
#2112   
drought tolerant *              

PINUS MUGO PUMILIO
Grower Notes:

Pinus mugo var. 'Pumilio' is commonly referred to as the Dwarf Mugo Pine, Swiss Mountain Pine or Dwarf Mountain Pine. It is a slow-growing dwarf form with a dense, spreading habit. It usually stays low to the ground (prostrate) with some upright branching and mounding. It has a bright green color in all season.

The Dwarf Mugo Pine is a hardy, rugged, pine and enjoys full sun in average moisture levels in well-drained soils. It will not tolerate standing water. This is a carefree, low maintenance evergreen that is perfect in many landscape plans.







AVAILABLE SIZE TYPE YARD HEELIN FIELD
PINUS MUGO PUMILIO  *SALE* con 3 12-15 in 0 0546
PINUS MUGO PUMILIO con 3 15-18 in 121 08
PINUS MUGO PUMILIO con 5 18-24 in 42 00
PINUS MUGO PUMILIO con 7 18-24 in 4 00
PINUS MUGO PUMILIO con 7 24-30 in 5 00

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