Pinus Mugo 10 seeds

2,50

Pinus Mugo 10 seeds

2,50

It is a low-growing, reclining broad shrub with crooked branches. This form of cultivation is suitable for planting larger areas.
Pinus mugo originates from Central Europe. It is a well-known species from the mountain areas that manages to survive in the most unlikely places. Often the Pinus mugo does not grow larger than a large bush and then looks like a natural bonsai from which the ferocity of the elements can be seen. The rather long, slightly curved, greyish needles are in groups of two. The young pine cones appear in May-June. The buds of the Pinus mugo var. Mughus sometimes drip with resin.
The Pinus, pine or pine, is economically very important. Various species supply the well-known pine wood. The distribution of these evergreen conifers is wide: from the Alps in the northern hemisphere to the tropics. Most species of Pinus grow into trees with a pyramidal crown, but there are also completely different forms. The pine has striking male flowers that are often red. They produce clouds of yellow pollen when tapped (or when the wind moves them). The female cones usually hang (a clear difference from spruce) and they linger for a long time (sometimes up to three years) before they fall off after maturation.

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Description

It is a low-growing, reclining broad shrub with crooked branches. This form of cultivation is suitable for planting larger areas.
Pinus mugo originates from Central Europe. It is a well-known species from the mountain areas that manages to survive in the most unlikely places. Often the Pinus mugo does not grow larger than a large bush and then looks like a natural bonsai from which the ferocity of the elements can be seen. The rather long, slightly curved, greyish needles are in groups of two. The young pine cones appear in May-June. The buds of the Pinus mugo var. Mughus sometimes drip with resin.
The Pinus, pine or pine, is economically very important. Various species supply the well-known pine wood. The distribution of these evergreen conifers is wide: from the Alps in the northern hemisphere to the tropics. Most species of Pinus grow into trees with a pyramidal crown, but there are also completely different forms. The pine has striking male flowers that are often red. They produce clouds of yellow pollen when tapped (or when the wind moves them). The female cones usually hang (a clear difference from spruce) and they linger for a long time (sometimes up to three years) before they fall off after maturation.

Additional information

Weight 0,0300 kg
USDA zone

Zone 11: >+4.4 degrees

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