Pines (Pinus) also belong to the conifers but are clearly a different group. The main difference between the Thuja plicata and Cupressocyparis leylandii is that the needles of pines stand together in groups of two to five. Conifers and pines give structure and colour to city gardens and parks in summer and winter. Smits Nursery supplies Pinus sylvestris (Scots pine), Pinus nigra nigra (Austrian pine), Pinus cembra (Swiss or Arolla pine) and Pinus contorta (lodgepole pine) in various variations.

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Our multi-stemmed Scots pines

Pinus sylvestris meerstammig

Our domed Pinus mugo

Pinus mugo bolvorm dennen

A selection of our pines

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Company garden in Veghel

Smits Tree Nurseries has a wide range of Pines. For this contemporary company garden, the client chose Pinus nigra. The client and Smits chose the trees together and Smits Tree Nurseries provided all plants on the plant list

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“Plants for pots and containers”

We supply a large range of products suitable for pots and containers meaning customers have a wide choice. This client uses Pinus mugo dome form, multi-stemmed Osmanthus heterophyllus and Pinus sylvestris.

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