Dwarf Siberian Pine, also known as Pinus pumila, is a dwarf variety of the Siberian pine tree. It is the smallest and most compact pine in the world.
The Dwarf Siberian Pine grows to be only 4-8 feet tall and has a very narrow upright growth habit. This small evergreen tree has dark green needles that are 2-3 inches long.
The Dwarf Siberian Pine is native to Russia, where it can be found growing in the wild at high altitudes.
It is tolerant of cold temperatures and drought, and does well in both sunny and shady locations.
The best time to see the Dwarf Siberian Pine in bloom is in late May or early June. Its bright white cones are a beautiful addition to any landscape.