Pinus sylvestris 'Jeremy' / 'Jeremy' Scot's Pine

Pinus sylvestris 'Jeremy' is very dwarf, slow growing, and has very short, small needles for the species. This fine old cultivar was discovered by B. Reynolds of Wellingborough, Northants, England in 1973. 'Jeremy' is an excellent choice for the rock garden or trough garden for it will never outgrow the space it's given. A 10-year-old specimen may be the size of a basketball.

Pinus sylvestris 'Jeremy' 'Jeremy' at center. Pinus uncinata 'Pixie' at bottom.
Photo by Daniel Wols
Pinus sylvestris Jeremy photographed at the Rathje garden in McCausland, IA, during the ACS 2008 National Meeting.
Photo by Dax Herbst
Photographed at Dave Olszyk's Glacier's Edge Arboretum in Olympia, WA, during the ACS WSR meeting, September, 2013.
Photo by Sean Callahan
a nice old specimen featured at the Coenosium Rock Garden at South Seattle Community College, WA. This is probably a 15-year-old tree, measuring around 2 feet tall and wide.
Photo by David Olszyk