Pinus Sylvestris is a native to Scotland and it is therefore the only pine native to Britain.
It is a slow-growing evergreen conifer that is a great choice for parkland planting or for a large woodland type garden
The Scots Pine bears pale blue-green needles in pairs which curl slightly at their tips.
As this conifer slowly grows into a tall tree, its main trunk becomes deeply fissured and holds an unusual orange-red colour. In autumn, further interest is added when little green pine cones appear, and these gradually grow over two years and become brown after several months.
Eventually, this tree will become very tall and it will have a long clear stem with the main branches starting from the top third of the tree.
Make sure that you give this mighty tree the space it needs to thrive and grow.
You will receive a tree of between 3ft and 5ft which will come with a pot and soil.
Mature Height: 12m+
Mature Spread : 8m+
Growth Rate: Average to Fast
Hardiness: Half-hardy (able to grow outdoors at all times except in severe frost)
Position: Full sun for at least 6 hours per day
Suitable for most soil types and PHs
It is the goal of our director to plant 1 million trees in his lifetime, to give back to nature and help our UK forests and wildlife thrive. Every tree purchased and planted will be added to our ongoing counter, which you can find on our social media.
Show us your tree once it is planted, post it to social media using the hashtag #Plant1MillionTrees
For every tree that is purchased, Indoor Outdoors will use all the proceeds to purchase more trees to giveaway and provide to local community projects