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Pinus strobus 'Contorta'

Contored White Pine

Discovered in 1932 growing at Seneca Park, Rochester, New York, this is an upright, loose, sort of pyramidal form that is noted for having twisted (contorted) branches, branchlets and needles. Usually it grows to about 12' tall over the first 10 years, eventually reaching about 40' tall

6702 Old Zaring Rd Crestwood, Ky 40014