Niagara Falls White Pine has long, bluish green needles that add color and texture contrast in the home landscape garden. Growing 4 to 6 inches at its terminals per year, it creates a waterfall-like shape in the garden, which gives it its name. At 10 years, it can be from 1 to 5 feet tall.
Facts about Pinus strobus ‘Niagara Falls’:
|Scientific Name :
||Pinus strobus ‘Niagara Falls’
|| Eastern White Pine ‘Niagara Falls’
||bluish green, weeping, evergreen foliage
|Type or Average Life Span:
|| conifer, 10 years
|| 1 tp 5 feet at 10 years
|| 4 feet
Good things to know about Pinus strobus ‘Niagara Falls’ :
Niagara Falls is a dense, bluish green needle pine, with gently weeping branches providing a cascading landscape accent in rock gardens or a mass planting. It must be grown in full sunlight, in moist or dry slightly acidic soil, and is tolerant of urban pollution. Native to North America, Pinus strobus ‘Niagara Falls’ is hardy to Zone 3.
You will find ‘Niagara Falls’ White Pine in the conifer bed at Demonstration Garden.
With an unusual bluish green needle color and cascading form, the Pinus strobus ‘Niagara Falls’ provides a delightful accent to home landscapes. It is a fast grower under optimal conditions, and is sturdy in cold and crowded environments.