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Pinus nigra ''Hornibrookiana'

Posted by dcsteg 5b (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 4, 11 at 8:39

After Murray Hornibrook, an authority on dwarf pines.

Plant Description:

A dwarf evergreen conifer with short, stiff, glossy green needles. Very dense with an irregular globose form. Discovered as a witch's broom in Seneca Park, Rochester, New York. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 2' tall x 2' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -30 degrees.

Dave

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Here is a link that might be useful: More info on 'Hornibrookiana'


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RE: Pinus nigra ''Hornibrookiana'

Beautiful conifer. Look at this ageless specimen from The US National Arboretum:

Pinus nigra 'Hornibrookiana'
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And from The Harper Collection:
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Dax


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RE: Pinus nigra ''Hornibrookiana'

Looks a bit like Thunderhead.


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RE: Pinus nigra ''Hornibrookiana'

  • Posted by steg z6 SW Cleveland (My Page) on
    Tue, Jul 5, 11 at 15:18

The first one Dax shared reminds me of a giant Mugo.

Dave, whoever it was that said you are posting too much is crazy. Keep sharing. Thanks for all your contributions.

Perhaps mildly off topic--How susceptible are these nigra cultivars to tip blight and the other afflictions the species suffer from?


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RE: Pinus nigra ''Hornibrookiana'

Love 'em. I too appreciate ALL the pics posted.


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