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Two kinds of Japanese evergreen trees are common in cultivation: Japanese black pine (Pinus thunbergii) and Japanese white pine (Pinus parviflora). Japanese black pine is native to coastal Japan and grows 20 to 60 feet tall and 12 to 20 feet wide. Its long, dark-green needles contrast with its whitish, new terminal branch growth.
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Types of Japanese Trees By Karen Carter ; Updated September 21, 2017. Most of Japan falls in a temperate weather zone. The seasons are markedly different for this series of islands surrounded by ocean. Between spring and summer in Japan is a rainy season. This rain enables the plants to survive the dry summer when the temperature does not fall.