Pinus mugo


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Noun1.Pinus mugo - low shrubby pine of central Europe with short bright green needles in bunches of twoPinus mugo - low shrubby pine of central Europe with short bright green needles in bunches of two
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
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- Dan Evans, Edinburgh Pinus mugo is a tough evergreen that will give year-round structure.
For patios use slow-growing Pinus mugo Ophir in a pot and watch its leaves turn gold in winter.
A Oleander B Minima Aurea C Tamariscifolia D Pinus Mugo 6.
His planting was an exploration of different textures, featuring many different leaf shapes - architectural ferns, soft mossy mounds, heart-shaped epimediums and lots of clipped Pinus mugo. Some of his planting was ethereal, a dreamy mix of floaty perennials and feathery grasses - pink umbels, Stipa tenuissima and pale yellow poppies danced behind veils of bronze fennel - delicious.
His planting was an exploration of different plant textures, featuring many different leaf shapes - architectural ferns, soft mossy mounds, heart-shaped epimediums and lots of clipped Pinus mugo.
Or try Pinus mugo Mops', a great foil for a mixed border of tulips.
If the photo caption has said "Pinus mugo / Mugo pine," for example, the reader would be much more informed.
The essential oil of Pinus mugo and the contained monoterpene terpinolene effectively prevent low-density lipoprotein (LDL)-oxidation.
Sprinkle some sunshine in your winter garden with golden conifers such as Pinus mugo Carsten's Wintergold or Picea orientalis Skylands.