Pinus strobus ‘Radiata’, otherwise known as The Weymouth Pine, has beautifully soft, long blue-green needles that usually occur in groups of five. The long, narrow cones hang down from the stems and broaden as they ripen. The dark grey bark slowly becomes furrowed as it matures with age, adding an extra bit of interest.
This particular bonsai specimen is 200-225cm in height, and has many clouds which branch off from the single, main trunk. It comes in a 600L pot, and so is already very substantial in size. It would work best in an open area of the garden where it has space to be admired from all angles.
The image shown here is of the same specimen that is available. Should you require any further details or photos, please feel free to contact us at any time.