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Pinus strobus Torulosa

last updated March 13, 2023 Contorted white pine is a type of eastern white pine that has a number of attractive features. Its biggest claim to fame is the unique, twisted quality of the branches and needles. For more contorted white pine information, including tips on growing white pines with twisted growth, read on.


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Pinus strobus 'Torulosa' Write a review Price: $395.00 Size: 10-11 feet Add to Cart Add to wish list Description NOTE: Too big for a box. Nursery pickup only Common Name: Twisted White Pine, Curly-leaf Eastern White Pine Growth Habit: narrow pyramid USDA Zone: 3-8 Exposure: full sun Growing Conditions: well drained soil


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Pinus strobus 'Torulosa' - The unique form and texture of this contorted Eastern white pine has a unique look and feel. The very narrow form and severely twisted needles and twisting branches make an interesting sculptural accent to the small landscape. Short twisting side branches, sparse branching and low needle density produce a fluffy look.


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1 / 3 Next Common name: twisted eastern white pine Family: Pinaceae (pine family) Distribution: Species native to e. North America Hardiness: USDA Zone 3 Life form: Evergreen tree Comments: A strong, vigorously growing evergreen tree, somewhat columnar, with both twisted branches and attractive blue-green needles.


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$35.00 Selected Size: 1 gallon 1 gallon Quantity Sold out Pinus strobus 'Torulosa' Rare Curly White Pine Tree Zones 3-8 Pinus strobus 'Torulosa' is a fast growing white pine with curling twisted branches and curly blue-green needles. 'Torulosa' forms an upright shape reaching up to 15 ft in height in 10 years.


PlantFiles Pictures Eastern White Pine 'Contorta' (Pinus strobus) 3 by Equilibrium Eastern

Pinus strobus, commonly called Eastern white pine, is a rapid-growing, long-lived, needled evergreen tree that is native to the northeastern United States and Canada (State tree of Maine and Michigan). Although pyramidal in its early years, it matures to a broad oval habit with an irregular crown.


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1 of 2 Variety or Cultivar 'Torulosa' is an upright, narrowly pyramidal, evergreen, coniferous tree with needle-like, twisted, blue-green leaves, borne in fives, and cylindrical, tapered, green female cones, ripening to brown. Season of interest Height and spread Metric | Imperial Where to grow Soil type Clay Loamy Sandy Soil drainage Well-drained


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Pinus strobus 'Torulosa' Common name: Twisted (Eastern) White Pine Pronunciation: PI-nus STRO-bus Family: Pinaceae Genus: Pinus Type: Conifer Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: No Conifer, evergreen tree, needles much twisted and to a lesser degree the branches. Hardy to USDA Zone 3


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Pinus Strobus Torulosa. Common Name: Twisted White Pine. Torulosa' is twisted in all ways needles and stems but has an upright narrow pyramidal form. 'Torulosa' grows approximately four to six inches per year, reaching 25 feet high and six feet wide in 25 years.


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Pinus strobus 'Torulosa' The unique form and texture of this contorted Eastern white pine has a unique look and feel. The very narrow form and severely twisted needles and twisting branches make an interesting sculptural accent to the small landscape. Short twisting side branches, sparse branching and low needle density produce a fluffy look.


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Description Like most members of the white pine group, Pinus subgenus Strobus, the leaves ("needles") are coniferous, occurring in fascicles (bundles) of five, or rarely three or four, with a deciduous sheath. The leaves are flexible, bluish-green, finely serrated, and 5-13 cm (2-5 in) long.


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Hardiness Zone:3-8. Height:40-50 ft. Spread:40-50 ft. Bloom Color: Green Shades. White Pine is one of our area's standout native evergreen trees. 'Torulosa' puts a new twist on this old time favorite with curled, twisted needles that cover the plant and give it a different look and texture that is subtle but readily apparent in the landscape.


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Twisted Needle White Pine, formally called Pinus Strobus Torulosa, is an evergreen with unique, green-blue 'twisted' needles that give this unusual conifer its signature name. The spiraling needles of the White Pine will lend a softer look to your landscape.


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PI-nus STRO-bus Family: Pinaceae Genus: Pinus Type: Conifer Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: No Conifer, evergreen tree, 30-60 ft (9-18 m), in youth a symmetrical pyramid, open, soft, pleasant appearance; with age, is composed of several horizontal and ascending branches.


Pinus strobus 'Torulosa'

Description This pyramidal conifer was found as a seedling of Pinus strobus 'Torulosa' by Jim Boyko. Named in honor of his unique style-a button-up shirt with the top 3 buttons open, showing his curly chest hair! The awesome texture and color of this pine make it an USDA Hardiness Map Plant Form


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Evergreen tree Conical, broad-spreading habit Flexible, soft, blue-green needles Slender, tapering cones Use as accent or specimen

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