Slowmound Mugo Pine
Slowmound Mugo Pine
|Soil Type||Adaptable, Well Drained|
|Mature Height||3-4 Feet|
|Mature Width||5-6 Feet|
If you are looking for an evergreen shrub that is compact and different, the Slowmound Mugo Pine is one cool option! For our customers who have a hard time finding plants that are cold hardy enough for their area, the Mugo Pine is for you. This tough pine bush grows in the coldest regions of the US. You will love this Dwarf Mugo Pine's fresh scent and easy care. Its compact, slow-growing nature make it perfect for tighter spots in your landscape and gardens.
The Slowmound Mugo Pine is a small, mounded pine shrub with deep green fragrant needles. Branches grow upward and are often described as candles. Small brown cones decorate this distinctive bush and add interest and a treat for wildlife and birds.
The Slowmound Mugo Pine is very low maintenance. This evergreen shrub is very hardy and rarely encounters issues with pests and disease. Mugo Pines are salt and pollution tolerant and deer resistant. Once established these compact shrubs are even drought tolerant.
- The Slowmound Mugo Pine is slow-growing and compact so it's perfect for tasteful gardens and small, urban yards. Try it in a pot for a really neat look!
- Mugo Pines are very cold hardy and thrive in growing zones 2 to 7. These are the ideal shrubs for the coldest regions of the country.
- The Slowmound Mugo Pine stays beautiful year-round and requires no care once it is established.
- This pine is super tough and hardy. It is a shrub you can rely on for years to come. It is pest, disease, and deer resistant as well as drought, pollution, and salt tolerant!
Spruce up your landscape with the Slowmound Mugo Pine! Order today before they're gone!
How To Prune This Pine
Prune new growth back in the spring season to maintain the desired height and cut any candles in half with a pair of sharp shears.
What Are Good Companion Plants For This Mugo?
Ornamental grasses are known to blend well with this evergreen. Use these shrubs as border plants, in containers or mass plantings for rock gardens.
Why Is This Pine Browning?
Browning on this pine is generally caused by either excessive watering or fungal infections like Sphaeropsis. Diagnose and consider watering adjustments or fungicide treatments to fix the issue.