Growth rate is 5 – 9 cm per year, slower than 'Pierrick Bregeon'.
Forms a compact dense mound.
Light green needles of up to 10 cm, can naturally and slightly turn yellow in winter. Spiraling needles at maturity. Viability of the needles: 3 to 4 years.
Small grey buds with a pointy tip
No resin production.
Like all the other varieties of the pine range, registered by H. BREGEON, its reduced growth allows this pine to be grown in pots, on terraces and on balconies, as well as in small modern gardens.
No need for maintenance- or shape pruning.
Fruit of Henri Brégeon's pine selection work in Switzerland, the three varieties of the Brégeon range, distributed by SAPHO, are remarkable for their very regular, round shape and their moderate growth.
Good resistance to predators, to drought and hard frosts (-30°C)