PINUS JEFFREYI 'JOPPI'
Pinus jeffreyi 'Joppi' originated at the nursery of Piet VerGeldt, Lottum, Holland before 1990. He found it as a dwarf, globose seedling. It was named for his son.
Pinus jeffreyi 'Joppi' develops into a dense, broadly conical bush with attractive green foliage with long needles and large buds. It is perfect for the landscape needing a dense, slow growing conifer becoming twice as high as broad.
At Coenosium Gardens, Pinus jeffreyi 'Joppi' grows 15-20 cm per year (9 inches), which is almost twice the rate it grows in Europe.
This picture shows a plant that is about twelve years old at Coenosium Gardens. It is exceptionally dense for a Jeffrey pine.
This picture is a close up of its foliage.