'Angel Falls' is a striking selection of the native Eastern White Pine with a strong weeping habit. Most often staked to grow upright, its closely held branches develop a tall and narrow stature with gracefully draping branches held closely to the trunk with a broad flowing skirt around the base. The branches are covered in very long and narrow downward drooping light blue-green needles. When left to grow naturally with no stake it has a broad, weeping form. Either way, you can expect 8 to 16 inches of new growth per year. Named for the world's tallest waterfall, after decades of evaluation this unique tree offers elegance and style. Very long and narrow light blue-green needles cloth on its closely held branches. The leader will arch over from the highest point of the stake. Regardless of how individual plants are grown, the unique tree offers elegance and style to any landscape where it will grow. USDA Zones 3a to 8b. Get all the details below!