Pinus strobus 'Pendula' is a loosely branched, strictly weeping form of eastern white pine that requires staking at first to obtain the desired height. Later, somewhat dominant lead shoots will develop, but will then continue weeping, eventually forming a large mound. Needles are generally abundant, long, and blue-gray to blue-green in color. Branches often grow outward in a sweeping form. This conifer will eventually become a large tree and makes a fantastic and elegant form for the garden that has the room for it.