3 Tips for Planting Lacebark Pine
1) Find a Sunny Spot
Plant lacebark pine in a prominent, sunny place, such as near a terrace, pathway, or house window, where you can view the patterns of its bark.
2) Prune off Lower Branches
As the tree develops, you can prune off the lower branches so that its lovely bark and multiple trunks become more visible. Or you can group several unprimed lace barks to form a handsome windbreak, screen, or background planting in the garden.
3) Adding Lacebark Pine to your Landscape
Unlike some conifers, lacebark pine does not lose its green color in extreme low temperatures.In winter, it makes quite a statement when grown alongside other trees with ornamental bark, such as river birch and service berry.