GeorgiaVines Logo
Your Best Source for Rare and Unusual Plants and Seeds


Shrub and Tree Seeds P2

Search Our Inventory
 

Pinus edulis Rocky Mountain Pinyon Pine

Seeds of Pinus edulis or Rocky Mountain Pinyon Pine. A native of both New Mexico and Arizona reaching in heights of 40 ft., Pinus edulis grows in the Rocky Mountain regions from Utah to Colorado. It can grow in Wyoming, Oklahoma, Mexico, and the southwestern United States. The Pi?on grows in woodlands, plateaus, mesas, and the lower mountain slopes at elevations of 4,000-9,000 ft. Very adaptable to a wide range of soils, moisture conditions, and temperature. The Pinyon can be found growing alone or in small stands. This tree is slow growing, and long lived. Zones 5-8.
Pinus edulis Rocky Mountain Pinyon Pine

Sold Out

Seeds from Pinus edulis or Rocky Mountain Pinyon Pine. A native of both New Mexico and Arizona reaching in heights of 40 feet. Pinus edulis grows in the Rocky Mountain regions from Utah to Colorado. It can grow in Wyoming, Oklahoma, Mexico, and the southwestern United States. The Pinon grows in woodlands, plateaus, mesas, and the lower mountain slopes at elevations of 4,000 to 9,000 feet. Very adaptable to a wide range of soils, moisture conditions, and temperature. The Pinyon can be found growing alone or in small stands. This tree is slow growing, and long lived. Zones 5 to 8.



Pinus mugo pimilio or Dwarf Mugo Pine

beautiful Feijoa sellowiana tree also known as Pineapple Quava. It can grow to 16'-25' and 15' across. The grayish leaves are very fuzzy oval shaped and about 3 inches long. The flowers are an unusual shape and a beautiful pink, and when they are all in blossom the aroma can be enjoyed for anyone within 25' of the tree in the mid summer when in bloom. It grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and has very few insect problems. Hardy in zones 8-11. Enjoys cooler winters and is hardy to 10 degrees.
Pinus mugo pimilio or Dwarf Mugo Pine

20 Available Now

Seeds from Pinus mugo pimilio or Dwarf Mugo Pine. A popular dwarf conifer displaying dark green needles on dense branches. Useful slow growing evergreen for rock gardens, mass plantings and in groupings with broad leaf plants. Also makes a great container plant. Hardiness zones 2 to 7. Native to the high elevation, mountain regions of Central and Southern Europe. It was first introduced into Denmark in 1798 and became widely grown in Europe commercially since 1860. It was often used to stabilize coastal sand dune areas in Norway, Sweden, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Finland and Estonia. P. m. pumilio variety is native to the Alps regions of Austria and Switzerland, as well as Bulgaria, Romania, Italy and what was once Yugoslavia. While a variety of pines are popular for use in essential oils and fragrances, P. m. pumilio should not be use for that purpose due to its toxic or damaging affects. Slow growing to 3 to 5 feet tall, 6 to 10 feet wide. Attracts Birds, Deer Resistant, Easy Care, Showy Fruit.



Pinus patula Mexican Weeping Pine

Pinus patula Ocote Nacho or Mexican Weeping Pine tree, It can grow to 30'-40' and 15' across. A wonderful specimen tree with its long flowing needles. Seeds do need prechilling for at least 8 weeks. Grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and have very few insect problems. Hardy in zones 7-10.
Pinus patula Mexican Weeping Pine

30 Available Now

Seeds from this Pinus patula Ocote Nacho or Mexican Weeping Pine tree, It can grow to 30 to 40 feet and 15 feet across. A wonderful specimen tree with its long flowing needles. Seeds do need pre chilling for at least 8 weeks. Grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and have very few insect problems. Hardy in zones 7 to 10.



Please visit my Son's Butterfly website BuyRareSeeds.com