Upright Japanese Yew. Dark green foliage on totally erect branches developing into a dense column. Ideal specimen where Irish Yew is desired.
Grows to 2m high x 40cm wide in the first 10 years.
Beautiful dense column of dark green foliage. Produces much fewer cones than other green forms. Excellent as a narrow screen specimen. Easily sheared to size in Spring once desired height is achieved. Very hardy in dry conditions.
Grows to 4m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.
Very popular golden column used as a narrow screen or as a specimen. Easily sheared to size in Spring once desired height is achieved. Hardy in dry conditions.
Grows to 3-4m high x 80cm wide in the first 10 years.
A more narrow and dense form of Juniper Skyrocket. Bright blue-grey foliage. Ideal specimen in a tub, each side of an entrance, mixed conifer planting or in a row where space is limited.
Grows to 3m high x 60cm wide in the first 10 years.
Narrow columnar bush of blue-grey foliage. Excellent accent plant and ideal as a tall border or screen.
A broad upright bush of fern-like, dark green foliage that is similar to English Yew. It is a robust and vigorous form ideal for hedging.
Grows to 2.5m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.