We love how compact and bushy this little pine is. When the new growth begins to come out, there are so many shoots it is amazing! The short little needles accentuate its 'dwarfness'. The plant was discovered in 1973 by Mr. B. Reynolds of Wellingborough, Northants, England. This cultivar is an excellent choice for a rock or trough garden for it will never outgrow its space. A 10-year-old specimen may be the size of a basketball. Adorable.