Mugho Pine tree

The Mugho Pine tree, Pinus mugo mughus

Mature Height
2 - 3 feet
Mature Spread
5 - 6 feet
Soil Type
Sandy, Clay, Loam
Moisture
Widely Adaptable
Mature Form
Small, Spreading
Growth Rate
Slow
Sun Exposure
Full Sun - Partial Sun
Flower Color
Not Showy
Fall Color
Dark Green
Foliage Color
Dark Green
Zones
3-7

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The Mugho Pine tree, Pinus mugo mughus, may also be called the dwarf mountain pine. This evergreen little dwarf conifer has branching, upright stems evenly covered in 2-inch-long needles of a deep, dark true green.

Thanks to its low growth, mugho pine can be used at the front of a border or anywhere you want year-round greenery in conifer form. Mugho pine trees do not need special soil. In nature, it often grows in slightly rocky areas with shallow topsoil. It does require good drainage.

Roots grow near the surface, so using a cover soil with a 2-inch-thick mulch to protect them is recommended. These trees are easily transplanted. They make a great landscaping evergreen tree because their shape and size are controllable by shearing.

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