A slow-growing, irregular-upright selection of Lodgepole pine (so-named for their use as structural support of native American lodges and teepees). Although there is some color variation depending on location, generally the spring and summer color is a light yellow-green but, come the fall and winter months, it turns bright yellow as temperatures drop. Come spring, it reverts to green.
Set top of root ball two inches above ground level. Combine equal parts garden soil and potting mix to fill the hole. Mound soil to form water basin.