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Pinus Nigra ‘Austrian Pine’ 80-100cm 5L Pot

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Pinus nigra (Austrian Pine): Majestic Evergreen for Enduring Beauty

Pinus nigra, commonly known as Austrian Pine, stands as an impressive evergreen conifer renowned for its resilience, adaptability, and striking appearance. This majestic tree is a versatile addition to landscapes, offering year-round greenery and a timeless silhouette.

Key Features:

Needles: Austrian Pine is adorned with long, dark-green needles that create a dense, lush canopy. The needles persist throughout the year, providing an evergreen backdrop in both winter and summer.

Bark: The tree exhibits attractive, furrowed bark with a distinctive reddish-brown hue. As the tree matures, the bark develops textured plates, adding to its visual appeal.

Form: With a pyramidal to columnar shape, Austrian Pine boasts a strong and symmetrical structure. Its well-defined outline makes it a standout feature in various landscapes.

Cones: Small, brown cones adorn the branches, adding an interesting and decorative element to the tree. These cones often persist on the branches for an extended period.

Planting and Care:

Site Selection: Choose a sunny location with well-draining soil for optimal growth. Austrian Pine is adaptable to various soil types, making it suitable for a range of garden settings.

Planting: Plant the tree in the fall or spring, ensuring proper spacing and depth. The top of the root ball should be level with the soil surface. Water thoroughly after planting.

Watering: While Austrian Pine is drought-tolerant once established, regular watering is essential, especially during dry spells and in the early stages of growth.

Pruning: Minimal pruning is generally required. Remove any dead or damaged branches as needed to maintain a healthy and aesthetically pleasing shape.

Fertilization: Austrian Pine is adaptable to various soil conditions and typically does well without heavy fertilization. However, an annual application of balanced fertilizer in spring can support healthy growth.

Landscape Uses:

Austrian Pine serves as an excellent specimen tree, creating focal points in large gardens or open spaces. Ideal for windbreaks and privacy screens due to its dense foliage and pyramidal shape. Suitable for urban landscapes, parks, and commercial areas.

 

 


Actual Height
3Feet

Growth rate
30cm per year

Planting Distance
1 Every 4 Meters

 

Height
3Feet

 

Growth Rate
30cm per year

 

Planting Distance
1 Every 4 Meters

 

17 in stock

17 in stock