Pines are versatile evergreens more tolerant of harsh sites than spruces or firs. They have few serious pest problems and can handle a wide range of soil and temperature conditions. Japanese white pines perform best with good drainage. They are graceful with a fine texture, their blue-green needles forming tufts. Brevifolia has an open, upswept habit. Slow growing.

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