Pinus cembra is at home in the higher Alps in Europe and lower in Siberia. They were found sometimes over 2000 meters, more than a mile high.
First some elder specimens in the Krejci Gardens, CZ
Back to Mr. Malik's mother plantage:
Very nice, interstellar beauties!
Very interesting Zsolt,but a young grafts on standart don't show the true form.I'm happy to show some aged plants.Pinus cembra "Turrach 2"Pinus cembra "Shwarzee"Pinus cembra "Austria Mt"Pinus cembra "Almrauschutte"Pinus cembra "Niederthal"
Clement,you got up very early to plant them, they are found usually before 2004! Beautiful shots!Zsolt
Zsolt and Clement,
Thank you for posting all the pictures of these wonderful plants. I have a friend that always says "I never met a Pinus cembra cultivar that I didn't like". This true for all these beauties. I hope they will make there way to my garden some day.Dennis
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