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Pinus mugo 'Tyrolean' photo gallery

Posted by dcsteg 5b (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 14, 11 at 17:44

Compact, mounding, evergreen shrub with short, stiff, dark green needles. This evergreen used in rock gardens, mass plantings and in groupings. Also makes a great container plant and is excellent for use as a bonsai plant. Has salt tolerance and can withstand some drought.

I shear mine once a year.


Pinus mugo 'Tyrolean'

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RE: Pinus mugo 'Tyrolean' photo gallery

Time for this to move on.

RE: Pinus mugo 'Tyrolean' photo gallery

Dave, can you tell us how and when you're shearing this one?

RE: Pinus mugo 'Tyrolean' photo gallery

Edwin, Mid to late spring when new candles extended half way..

I shear back to old growth.

Not a real common one sold here. In fact I have never seen another one available to the public.

A neat conversation piece to have in the garden that will never out grow its area provided it gets its yearly shearing.


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