Pine Spruce (Picea pungens), Cuba ‘

Pine Spruce (Picea pungens), Cuba'

Description: The Pine Spruce ‘Cuba’ belongs to the Pinaceae family. It is a dwarf species of spruce. It reaches a height of about 40 cm and a width of about 50 to 60 cm after 10 years. A very interesting variety that is suitable for terraces and flowerpots. It has short needles, about 0.5 to 0.7 cm long, green. Young growth is much brighter. The cut “Stech-Spruce, Cuba” Continue reading “Pine Spruce (Picea pungens), Cuba ‘”

Small Muscular Cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa), Nana Gracilis ‘

Small Muscular Cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa), Nana Gracilis'

Description: Small Mushroom Cypress, Nana Gracilis’ belongs to the cypress family (Cupressaceae). Small Mushroom Cypress is a slow-growing conifer, ideal for terraces and balconies. It can also be planted in Japanese garden. It grows very slowly, after 10 years it reaches only 50 cm high and about 40 cm wide.
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Pfitzer Juniper (Juniperus × pfitzeriana), Old Gold ‘

Pfitzer Juniper Old Gold

Description: The Pfitzer Juniper, Old Gold’ is a conifer. It is a cross between Juniperus chinensis and Juniperus sabina. The Pfitzer juniper ‘Old Gold’ is low and shrubby. The shoots grow radially around the plant. The Pfitzer juniper ‘Old Gold’ grows strong on average.
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Pine (Glauca Punishe)

Pine Glauca Punishe

Description: This spruce belongs to the family of pine family Pinaceae. The habit of this species is horizontal. This spruce grows rather far than high. The needles are silver. They are stiff and very pointed. The buds are light brown. This spruce is suitable for coniferous and solitary.
Suitable for small unformed hedges.
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Japanese Black Pine (Pinus thunbergii), Thunderhead ‘

Japanese Black Pine Thunderhead

Description: The Japanese Black Pine belongs to the pine family Pinaceae. At young age, this conifer looks like a small shrub. Older black pines take the form of a tree. This strain comes from the USA. The Japanese black pine, Thunderhead ‘has the shape of a cone. The needles are dark green, the shoot buds are whitish.
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Scarce Juniper (Juniperus squamata), Floreant ‘

Scalloped Juniper Floreant

Description: The Scaly Juniper belongs to the family Cypress Family (Cupressaceae) , Juniper are among the most popular coniferous plants in the world. The Scaly Juniper, Floreant ‘grows slowly and slightly globose. The roots are expanded and spindle-shaped. The needles are silvery-blue. Some shoots turn creamy-yellow.
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Juniper (Juniperus horizontalis), Mother Lode ‘

Rug juniper Mother Lode

Description: The juniper is a member of the cypress family (Cupressaceae). Juniper grow in Alaska and Yukon. The habit is creeping. The leaves are peeked, gold-yellow. The fruits are berries, which are actually cones. The shoots emit while rubbing an intense, characteristic scent. The carpet juniper, Mother Lode ‘is suitable for mixed beds.
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Norway spruce (Picea abies), Pusch ‘

Norway spruce Pusch

Description: This spruce belongs to the family of the pine family Pinaceae. This variety comes from Germany. It is dense, compact and has a rounded habit. The common spruce ‘Pusch’ grows very slowly. The needles are green. Young shoots are bright green. In spring, red shoots appear on the young shoots, which look very decorative.
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Lawson’s cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana) ‘Alumigold’

Lawson's cypress Alumigold

Description: The Lawson’s cypress ‘Alumigold’ belongs to the family Cypress family (Cupressaceae). She is a beautiful conifer. The growth is compact, the shoots grow upwards, the scales are golden yellow or very light green in shady places. This cypress has a conical, loose shape and it grows quite slowly. The needles and smaller shoots are very delicate.
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Occidental Tree of Life (Thuja occidentalis) ‘Europe Gold’

Occidental Tree of Life Europe Gold

Description: An interesting, moderately fast-growing cultivar with a compact, dense, conical growth. After 10 years it reaches about 2 m height, the annual increase is 15-20 cm. The scale-like leaves have a beautiful, intense, golden yellow color, the shrub is wintergreen, but in winter the leaves turn orange-brown. He forms many drives.
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