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  1. Pinus Sylvestris (Pijnboom)
    Pinus sylvestris
    £5.50
    Stock 62
    Pinus sylvestris is the common Scots pine. It’s a strong large conifer tree suitable for a large garden and or woodland area. A low... Learn More
  2. Pinus Silver Crest 60 cm (17 cm pot)
    Pinus Silver Crest 60 cm (17 cm pot)
    £14.95
    Stock 19
    The slow growing Pinus pinea 'Silver Crest' grows more compact than the much higher Pinus pinea, the hard needles are silvery green.... Learn More
  3. Pinus Strobus Weymouthden
    Pinus strobus
    £5.50
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    Pine Tree - Pinus strobus commonly known as the eastern white pine is a lovely low maintenance conifer with green-blue to grey needles, great for a... Learn More
  4. Pinus Wallichiana
    Pinus Wallichiana
    £14.95
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    Pinus wallichiana is a wonderful coniferous tree and when grown in an open position it retains its spreading habit of the lower branches. Learn More
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Pines are sun-loving trees that do not grow well under shady conditions.

Before the 19th century, pines were often referred to as firs. In some European languages, Germanic cognates of the Old Norse name are still in use for pines.

The bark of most pines is thick and scaly and the seeds are commonly eaten by birds.

Pines grow well in acid soils, some also on calcareous soils; most require good soil drainage, preferring sandy soils,

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