Domingo White Pine
Domingo White Pine is a hybrid of White and Mexican Pine. This beautiful pine is compact in size and holds up well during harsh Chicagoland winters. Bright bluish-green needles add a pop of color to any landscape.
Why it rocks:
Domingo White Pine is a hybrid of White and Mexican Pine. This beautiful pine has a more compact mature size than its parent. Reaching only 15 ft wide at full maturity. Bright bluish-green needles are complemented by rough, shaggy gray bark.
Where to put it:
Domingo White Pine offers a soft texture and a pop of color to any landscape, year-round. Plant it in your landscape beds or berms for added privacy & screening. Or, as a stand-alone accent in your yard.
What it needs:
Domingo White Pine prefers full to partial sun and acidic soil. Tolerant of drought, and heat as well as cold winters. Be sure to follow our watering guidelines for the first few growing seasons until the root system is well-established.
|Botanical Name||Pinus strobus x ayacahuite|
|Size Range||Medium Tree (25-40 feet)|
|Landscape Uses||Windbreak, Privacy/Screening|
|Growth Rate||Slow to Moderate|
|Plant Tolerance||Very Adaptable|
|Standout Feature||Bright Blue Needles, Compact Mature Size|