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A slow-growing, irregularly shaped black pine, about four feet tall and two feet wide at the 10-year mark.
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'Hakuho' is a dwarf variety of Japanese Black Pine that is often no taller than 4 feet at the 10-year mark. Longitudinally fissured bark and an irregular profile make 'Hakuho' an intriguing bonsai choice, as well as a good candidate for container planters. Deer-resistant and drought-tolerant once established, 'Hakuho' is also somewhat tolerant of salt, and may be an attractive addition to coastal gardens.
|Common Name||Dwarf Japanese Black Pine|
|Mature Size||4 feet tall, 2 feet wide at 10 years|
|Cold Hardiness||-20 ° F|
|Light||Full sun to partial sun|
|Uses||Woodland garden, large container planters, specimen, bonsai|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|