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Conifers - Medium

  • Cedrus atlantica Aurea (Golden Atlas Cedar)

    Cedrus atlantica Aurea

    Medium growing, golden pyramidal tree. Branches weeping at the tips give a graceful effect. Stunning specimen tree. Hardy.

    Grows to 3m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Cedrus atlantica Glauca Pendula

    Cedrus atlantica Glauca Pendula

    Beautiful pendulous tree of blue needle-like foliage. Should be staked for height and then allowed to arch and cascade for effect. Focal point in a mixed conifer bed.

    Height determined by staking.


  • Cedrus libani Sargentii

    Cedrus libani Sargentii

    Dwarf form developing into a mound of grey-green needle like foliage. Excellent when grafted as a standard. Perfect in a rockery or conifer bed. 

    Height determined by staking.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Alumigold

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Alumigold

    Compact conical shrub or small tree with vertical sprays of flat yellow foliage, more blue-green within. Stunning feature plant.

    Grows to 2m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Columnaris

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Columnaris

    One of the finest blue forms of this species. Very attractive narrow pillar with blue foliage held in flat vertical sprays. Distinctive feature plant.

    Grows to 2m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Grayswood Feather

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Grayswood Feather

    Sensational new release. Slow growing very erect conifer with tight blue-green foliage. Excellent specimen in a rockery or tub .

    Grows to 1.5m high x 50cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Oregon Blue

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Oregon Blue

    Vigorous conical conifer, beautiful blue foliage weeping at the tips. Ideal as a feature plant, hedge or screen.

    Grows to 3.5m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Pembury Blue

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Pembury Blue

    An attractive conifer with a neat conical shape and bright blue foliage weeping at the tips. An excellent contrast plant.

    Grows to 2.5m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Snow Queen

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Snow Queen

    Showy rounded shrub developing into a broad cone with age. Unusual tri-colour effect of gold, blue and green. New growth is frosted creamy white. Suitable for contrast in mixed conifer planting. 

    Grows to 2m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Williams Gem

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Williams Gem

    Very compact conical bush with dark green flat foliage held in vertical sprays. Beautiful and an excellent contrast plant.

    Grows to 1.5m tall x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Yellow Transparent

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Yellow Transparent

    Neat conical shaped conifer with soft lemon-yellow foliage. Requires good drainage. A beautiful specimen for the rockery or mixed conifer bed. 

    Grows to 1.5m high x 60cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Yvonne

    Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Yvonne

    Beautiful narrow cone of bright golden yellow sprays of foliage in all seasons. Ideal accent in mixed conifer bed.

    Grows to 2m high x 90cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Juniperus chinensis Blue Alps

    Juniperus chinensis Blue Alps

    A large bush with ascending main branches and overhanging tips. Beautiful silver-blue juvenile foliage. Perfect as a specimen or hedge. Very pliable and suitable for bonsai.

    Grows to 2m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Juniperus chinensis Pyramidalis

    Juniperus chinensis Pyramidalis

    Small conical bush of blue-green foliage. Very compact shape also suited to rockeries or tubs. 

    Grows to 1.5m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Juniperus virginiana Spartan

    Juniperus virginiana Spartan (

    An upright, conical conifer with beautiful, dense, deep green foliage which is bluish-green when young. Perfect for use as a medium screen or in a mixed conifer planting. Ideal topiary plant.

    Grows to 3m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Picea abies Reflexa

    Picea abies Reflexa

    A classic weeper. Requires staking for height. Cascading branches of dark green foliage creating a skirt at ground level.

    Stake to desired height and allow to cascade


  • Picea abies Frohburg

    Picea abies Frohberg

    Elegant Spruce with green pendulous branches. Beautiful specimen in a conifer bed developing a ground-level skirt.

    Stake to desired height and allow to cascade.


  • Picea x Blue Sky

    Picea x Blue Sky

    Beautiful dense cone shaped Blue Spruce. Slim, cigar-like branchlets with intense, bright blue needles. Sun and drought hardy. Low water use once established. Slow growing.

    Grows to 1.5m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Picea engelmannii Glauca (Blue Englemann Spruce)

    Picea engelmannii Glauca (Blue Englemann Spruce)

    Beautiful blue pyramid spruce with weeping tips. An excellent specimen tree.

    Grows to 2m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Picea glauca Pendula

    Picea glauca Pendula

    Beautiful weeping form of North American White Spruce. Slow growing, requiring staking only to 1m. The leading tip will then remain upright. Very elegant specimen. 

    Grows to 1.5 m high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Picea likiangensis Balfouriana

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    Beautiful slow growing form of Chinese Spruce forming an upright cone of blue-green needle foliage. Produces brilliant red pollen pods and navy blue cones. A gorgeous specimen for the garden. 

    Grows to 2m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Picea likiangensis Purpurea

    Picea likiangensis Purpurea

    Beautiful narrowly conical form of Chinese Spruce. Deep green needle foliage. Produces red-pink pollen pods and navy blue cones making it a stunning garden specimen.

    Grows to 1.2m high x 75cm wide in the first 10 years. 


  • Picea pungens Fat Albert

    Picea pungens Fat Albert

    Superior selection of Blue Spruce from the USA renowned for its perfect pyramidal form, central leader and blue colour. Slow growing. Very showy specimen tree.

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


  • Picea pungens Glauca

    Picea Pungens glauca

    A classically beautiful evergreen tree with horizontal branches of rich blue-grey foliage. This slow growing conifer eventually forms a small, pyramid shaped tree. Stunning specimen.

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


  • Picea pungens Hoopsii (Hoops Blue Spruce)

    Picea pungens Hooposii

    Beautiful conical tree. Slow growing. Foliage is a bright metallic blue colour, held in layers. Excellent specimen.

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


  • Picea pungens Iseli Fastigiate

    Picea pungens Iseli Fastigiate

    Slow growing, narrowly conical blue spruce. Ideal for the larger rockery or as a feature in a mixed conifer bed.

    Grows to 2m high x 90cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Picea pungens The Blues

    Picea pungens The Blues

    True groundcovering form of Colorado Blue Spruce. Spectacular weeping specimen when trained up to 2 or 3 metres and allowed to weep and form a beautiful skirt at ground level.

    Height determined by staking.


  • Picea pungens Thomsen

    Picea-pungens-Thomsen

    Beautiful bright blue form of Colorado Spruce with excellent symmetrical shape. Ideal specimen tree.

    Grows to 2m high x 1.4m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Glauca

    Pinus parviflora Glauca

    Small upright pine of bright blue needle foliage. Decorative small cones. A beautiful contrast in the rockery and a classic bonsai specimen.

    Grows to 1.5m high X 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus parviflora Koko-no-e

    Pinus parviflora Koko-no-e

    Upright pine with tiered branch system. Dark green short curved needles. Decorative small cones. Beautiful in the rockery or as a bonsai.

    Grows to 1.5m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus strobus Pendula

    Pinus strobus Pendula

    Unusual weeping specimen with elegantly cascading side branches.Blue green long needle foliage. Terrific specimen in a mixed conifer bed.

    Height determined by staking.


  • Pinus sylvestris Spaans Slow Column

    Pinus sylvestris Fastigiata

    Slim columnar form of Scots Pine. Beautiful blue dense foliage. An ideal specimen or feature plant.

    Grows to 2.5m high x 50cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Pinus thunbergii Kotobuki

    Pinus thunbergii Kotobuki

    Narrow, upright, small pine with dense, dark green bushy foliage. New growth buds extend in Spring and look like white candles. Beautiful specimen.

    Grows to 2m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.


  • Thuja occidentalis Corona

    Thuja occidentalis Corona

    Slow growing compact form of Canadian White Cedar. A beautiful small dense cone with a golden glowing foliage over green background. Darker green-gold winter colour. Ideal small feature in a mixed conifer garden.

    Grows to 1.5m high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Thuja occidentalis Europe Gold

    Thuja occidentalis Europe Gold

    Beautiful cone of dense bright golden foliage. Hardy conifer. Ideal as a narrow screen or as a single highlight in a rockery or tub. 

    Grows to 2.5m high x 90cm wide in the first 10 years.


  • Thuja occidentalis Smaragd

    Thuja occidentalis Smaragd

    An attractive dense conical bush. It has a perfect cone shape with glossy green foliage throughout the year. Perfect for use as a narrow screen or as a garden specimen.

    Grows to 2-2.5m tall x 75cm wide in the first 10 years.

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