|Pinus sylvestris 'Mitsch Weeping'|
|Common Name: Mitsch Weeping Scots Pine|
A weeping form that is prostrate if not staked.
It response particularly well to staking, so
it is often seen trained to waist height or
much taller with multiple waterfalls of
foliage. Exposed trunk and branching show
copper, brown and orange plated bark - a
beautiful contrast to the form and foliage.
Great as a specimen. Discovered as a seedling
at Mitsch Nursery in 1965 in Aurora, OR - a
dwarf conifer landmark!