A dwarf cultivar forming a compact globular plant with long sea green needles densely arranged on the branches.
A widely planted evergreen with deep blue foliage that retains its color well in winter.
A dwarf compact globe with stiff, blue-green needles. Useful rounded form with rich blue-green needles on dense, horizontal branches. Attractive reddish bark. Good shrub accent, foundation planting.
A golden dwarf form of the "Scots Pine". The thick needles are an intense bright golden colour in winter, lighter yellow in summer. Grows approx 2M in 10 years.
Light green, twisted needles in bundles of 2 turn an attractive yellowish green in winter.
A miniature Scot's Pine with a round form. Short needles are deep green, and numerous orange-brown buds cover the dwarf plant. Perfect for the rock or trough garden. Ideal for bonsai work.
Tight pruning is necessary to maintain the current topiary habit for this hardy conifer. Easy to grow & maintain. It is best pruned in Mid June.
A widely planted evergreen with deep blue foliage that retains its color well in winter. Tight pruning is necessary to maintain the current topiary habit.It is best pruned in Mid June.
This is a nice small pine for residential of other small spaces. It makes a great specimen. Clustered needles are steel blue. Dense, compact form. Twisted needles. Topiary form.
A lovely golden yellow dwarf conifer. Fits well in a dwarf conifer garden. It is easy to tell Wolting’s Gold apart from other Scotch Pines as it is one of the brightest and most distinct trees.
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