One of those shrubs that will not only add an amazing touch to your landscape, but also one that folks just have to reach out and touch. 'Blue Shag' is a slow-growing dwarf Eastern White Pine with a mounded pyramidal form and symmetrically spaced branches densely clothed in tufts of crowded but soft-looking blue-green needles. Though it only adds about 4 inches in size per year, Blue Shag is a rare beauty that over time will become a focal point in the garden, so make sure to pick just the right spot to plant it, and be careful not to overcrowd it with other large growing shrubs or trees. We suggest leaving at least a 7 to 8 foot sunny space for it to grow. Consider surrounding it with low spreading groundcovers such as mat-forming junipers, sedums and ice plant. Get all the details below!