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Conifers - Dwarf

  • Cedrus libani Hedgehog

    Abies cephalonica Meyer's Dwarf

    Dense dwarf low spreading form of Lebanese Cedar, a beautiful feature for the rockery.

    Grows to 20cm high x 70cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Blue Gem

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Blue Gem

    Slow growing dwarf shrub of light blue, soft, feathery foliage. Excellent contrast plant in a rockery.

    Grows to 1.4m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Ellwood's Gold

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Elwood's Gold

    A slow growing, very neat and compact columnar conifer. Ellwood's Gold has yellow-green inner foliage with bright yellow sprayed tips. 

    Grows to 1.2m high x 60cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis obtusa Flabelliformis

    Chamaecyparis obtusa Flabelliformis

    Very slow growing dwarf globe with small fan-shaped branches of dark green foliage. Ideal for rockery plantings or bonsai.

    Grows to 50cm high x 50cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis obtusa Kosteri

    Chamaecyparis obtusa Kosteri

    A dwarf, heavily layered cone of mid green moss-like foliage. Another popular rockery or bonsai specimen. 

    Grows to 1m high x 70cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Aurea

    Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Aurea

    A slow growing, dense bush with golden-yellow fan type foliage. The Spring and Summer growth is brightly coloured and changes to gold and green as the year progresses.

    Grows to 1m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Gracilis

    Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Gracilis

    Slow growing dwarf, bun shaped at first, later a broad cone. Dark green shell-like foliage. All time popular classic suited to rockeries, bonsai or tubs.

    Grows to 1m high x 70cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Chamaecyparis obtusa Repens

    Chamaecyparis obtusa Flabelliformis

    A dense bush broader than high. Mid green foliage held in flat sprays. Ideal rockery or bonsai subject.

    Grows to 1m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Ginkgo biloba Mariken

    Ginkgo biloba Mariken

    Beautiful deciduous compact globe form of the Chinese Maidenhair tree. Dense multi-branched dwarf ideally used as a small feature in a rockery or garden bed. Leaves turn a stunning golden colour in Autumn before dropping. Excellent when grafted as a standard.

    Grows to 80cm high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Juniperus squamata Blue Star

    Juniperus squamata Blue Star

    Beautiful bun of stunning blue foliage. Popular as a rockery plant or tub specimen.

    Grows to 40cm high x 60cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Picea omorika Pimoko

    Picea omorika Pimoko

    Tiny ball shape form of Serbian Spruce. Very short blue-green needles. Excellent for the rockery. 

    Grows to 40cm high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Picea pungens Blue Pearl

    Picea pungens Blue Pearl

    Dwarf blue dome form of Colorado Blue Spruce. Excellent spruce for small rockeries. 

    Grows to 35cm high x 35cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Picea pungens Montgomery

    Picea pungens Montgomery

    A very attractive dwarf spruce with stunning silver-blue, needle-like foliage. The rounded compact habit becomes more conical with age.

    Grows to 80cm high x 70cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Picea sitchensis Tenas

    Picea sitchensis Tenas

    Very dense globular form of Sitka Spruce. Bi-coloured needles are green above and blue underneath. A rare and unique dwarf for the rockery.

    Grows to 50cm high x 50cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus densiflora Low Glow

    Pinus densiflora Low Glow

    Compact globe form of Japanese Red Pine. Bright yellow-green short needles. Ideal specimen for bonsai or conifer bed. 

    Grows to 60cm high x 1.2m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus densiflora Osmaston Compact

    Pinus densiflora Osmaston Compact

    Dense globe form of Japanese Red Pine. Deep green foliage. Excellent dwarf for the rockery or as a bonsai subject. 

    Grows to 50cm high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus leucodermis Smidtii

    Pinus leucodermis Smidtii

    A cute miniature form of Bosnian Pine. A dense, compact mound of dark green foliage makes it ideal as a rockery specimen. 

    Grows to 30cm high x 30cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus mugo (Mountain Pine)

    Pinus mugo (Moutain Pine)

    Very hardy, slow growing shrub of dense bushy habit and dark green foliage. A favourite for bonsai enthusiasts and for use in rockeries. 

    Grows to 80cm high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus mugo Ambergold

    Pinus mugo Ambergold

    A beautiful dwarf ornamental pine with needles that turn to stunning gold each Winter and back to green new growth each Spring. Ambergold is hardy and slow growing, making it an ideal garden specimen. 

    Grows to 50cm high x 75cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus mugo Winter Gold

    Pinus mugo Winter Gold

    Dwarf compact bush of dark green foliage, turning a beautiful golden colour in Winter. A superb rockery specimen. 

    Grows to 25cm high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Fukai

    Pinus parviflora Fukai

    Dwarf layered form of Japanese White Pine. Blue foliage banded creamy yellow. Beautiful rockery or bonsai subject. 

    Grows to 1m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Fuku-zu-mi

    Pinus parviflora Fukuzumi

    Low spreading dwarf form of Japanese White Pine. Silver-blue twisted needles. Classy rockery or bonsai specimen.

    Grows to 70cm high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Goldilocks

    Pinus parviflora Goldilocks

    Dwarf compact form of Japanese White Pine. Beautiful gold cover over the blue-green foliage. Ideal rockery or bonsai subject. 

    Grows to 1m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Hagoromo

    Pinus parviflora Hagoromo

    Dwarf blue-green globe form of Japanese White Pine. Excellent rockery specimen.

    Grows to 30cm high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Hatsukasa

    Pinus parviflora Hatsukasa

    Compact, slow growing form of Japanese White Pine. Dense blue-grey foliage with showy, ornamental small cones. An excellent bonsai subject.

    Grows to 1m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Ibo-can

    Pinus parviflora Ibocan

    An upright form of the Japanese White Pine, which forms a small tree with an interesting branch structure. An attractive specimen for a Japanese garden. Ideal feature for a small lawn area. May also be grown in a patio pot.

    Grows to 80cm-1m high x 60-80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Ogon Goyo

    Pinus parviflora Ogon Goyo

    Golden foliaged form of Japanese White Pine with small, decorative cones. Slow growing, compact specimen for the rockery, or as a bonsai subject. 

    Grows to 1m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus strobiformis Loma Linda

    Pinus strobiformis Loma Linda

    Dwarf neat conical form of South-Western USA White Pine. Soft blue-green foliage. Extremely hardy pine. A beautiful rockery specimen.

    Grows to 1m high x 60cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus strobus Louie

    Pinus strobus Louie

    Slow growing golden form of Eastern USA White Pine. Dense cone shaped small tree. Beautiful garden specimen. 

    Grows to 2m high x 1.2m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus strobus Macopin

    Pinus strobus Macopin

    Beautiful blue dwarf, globe shaped pine. Ideal for the rockery or in a mixed conifer planting. 

    Grows to 60cm high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus strobus Merrimack

    Pinus strobus Merrimack

    Beautiful dense compact globe with silvery-blue needles. A classic little gem for the rockery.

    Grows to 60cm high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus strobus Sea Urchin

    Pinus strobus Sea Urchin

    Dwarf, dense globe form of American White Pine. Short, soft bluish needles, more silver in shade. Beautiful small feature for the rockery.

    Grows to 35cm high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Pinus sylvestris Saxatilis

    Pinus sylvestris Saxatilis

    Miniature globe form of Scots Pine. Beautiful dwarf for the small rockery. 

    Grows to 30cm high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus thunbergii Emery's Dwarf

    Pinus thunbergii Emery's Dwarf

    Extremely tight dwarf form of Japanese Black Pine, with dark green foliage and white growth buds. Ideal for rockeries, mixed conifer plantings and bonsai. 

    Grows to 60cm high x 60cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Pinus thunbergii Yatsabusa

    Pinus thunbergii Yatsabusa

    Compact rounded form of the Japanese Black Pine. Dark green needle foliage with white candle-like buds. Hardy and tolerates coastal exposure. An interesting garden specimen and ideal bonsai subject.

    Grows to 1.2m high x 1.2m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus wallichiana Moidart

    Pinus wallichiana Moidart

    Dwarf form of Western Himalayan White Pine. Compact globe of long blue-grey needle like foliage. Beautiful rockery specimen.

    Grows to 1m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Thuja occidentalis Danica

    Thuja occidentalis Danica

    Delightful compact globe of dense, flat green foliage. Turning bronze tinted in Winter. 

    Grows to 40cm high x 50cm wide in the first 10 years


  • Thuja occidentalis Hetz Midget

    Thuja occidentalis Hetz Midget

    An attractive, slow growing conifer that forms a small bun shape. The dark green foliage takes on a light bronze shade during Winter. Ideal for use in rockeries and garden borders.

    Grows to 50cm high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Thuja occidentalis Teddy

    Thuja occidentalis Teddy

    Dwarf, neat globe with dense green foliage turning a purple tone in Winter. Beautiful small contrast specimen for the rockery.

    Grows to 50cm high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Thuja orientalis Aurea Nana (Golden Biota)

    Thuja orientalis Aurea Nana (Golden Biota)

    Very compact oval shaped bush with dense, book-leaf foliage. Beautiful golden foliage in Spring and Summer, turning slightly bronze in Winter. Ideal for tubs, rockeries and often used as a low border.

    Grows to 90cm high x 60cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Thuja orientalis Bonner Hexe

    Thuja orientalis Bonner Hexe

    A slow growing narrow bookleaf conifer. Light blue-green foliage turns a brighter yellow-green when in new growth. Ideal small specimen for rockeries and mixed garden plantings.

    1m high x 35cm wide in the first 10 years.

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