Pinus parviflora ‘Adcock’s Dwarf’ dwarf Japanese White pine conifer 1st of 2

November 5, 2019 - Comment

Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE AUCTION NOT OPEN TO BIDDERS FROM CA, OR, WA, or HI Pinus parviflora ‘Adcock’s Dwarf’ is a popular dwarf variety of Japanese white pine. This small growing Japanese White Pine was discovered in the 1960’s at Hilliers Nursery in England, and was named after their plant propagator

Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE AUCTION NOT OPEN TO BIDDERS FROM CA, OR, WA, or HI Pinus parviflora ‘Adcock’s Dwarf’ is a popular dwarf variety of Japanese white pine. This small growing Japanese White Pine was discovered in the 1960’s at Hilliers Nursery in England, and was named after their plant propagator Graham Adcock. This is a very slow growing pyramidal form of Japanese white pine. The needles are very short and a bit twisted with a blue/green color. This very slow growing tree will reach 3-4′ tall and wide after 25 years. This tree will be globose at a young age, but will become pyramidal in time. This plant is very suitable for bonsai training. As is true with all of the Japanese Pines, ‘Adcock’s Dwarf’ adapts very well to a system of pruning and shaping, creating a living sculpture over time. Zones 5-9. You are bidding on the actual tree that appears in the photographs. It is a nice 3 year grafted tree. The approximate height of this tree is 22″ (inches) and the width is 12” (inches). This is the first of 2 ‘Adcock’s Dwarf’ trees that we are listing this week. PLEASE NOTE, IF YOU WISH FOR US TO HOLD A TREE, DO NOT SUBMIT PAYMENT UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO HAVE THE TREE SHIPPED. Per eBays new rules, we must ship within 5 business day of receiving payment if we want to maintain our TOP SELLER status. This tree will ship in a 1-gallon container slightly smaller than the square gallon pot it is growing in (to fit our box). This auction is only open to United States bidders. Also, due to phytosanitary restriction regulations, we do not ship to Oregon, California, Washington state, or Hawaii. Please do not bid if you do not live in the U.S. or if you live in one of those three states. Also, please not that a 7% sales tax will be applied to bidders from the state of New Jersey. No sales tax will be applied to buyers outside of New Jersey. We are experienced growers of rare and unusual trees. Bid with confidence. We provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If for any reason you are unhappy with the tree when you receive it, simply return it on a Monday or Tuesday of the week following your receipt of the tree, in its original condition, and we’ll reimburse the purchase price (not to include original or return shipping/handling costs incurred). Page’s Run Nursery is offering a nice variety of 1-gallon Japanese Maples this week. Please view our other auctions for these listings. Happy Bidding!!!!

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