For a gardener with patience this very dwarf Japanese white pine can become the star of the garden. This plant was found in England at Hillier's Nursery in the 1960's and named for the head propagator at the time, Graham Adcock. Growing only 1 to 2 inches per year Adcock's dwarf is often used in rock gardens, miniature train gardens and for bonsai. The very short dark blue-green needles are in perfect proportion to the small plant giving even a young specimen the appearance of a very old tree.
10 year size: Height: 1-2 Feet Width: 1-2 Feet