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Perennials (20)

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Picea abies 'Gold Drift'
  • Common Name: Norway Spruce
  • A dwarf evergreen conifer with a weeping form. Can be grown as a groundcover or staked into a small weeping tree. Needles are butter-yellow.

Picea glauca 'Blue Planet'
  • Common Name: White Spruce
  • A miniature evergreen conifer with dark blue-green needles. Forms a dense round plant. Tiny light-colored buds dot the foliage ornamentally.

Picea pungens 'Pali'
  • Common Name: Dwarf Colorado Spruce
  • A miniature, dense, globular Colorado Spruce with tiny needles.

Picea pungens 'The Blues'
  • Common Name: Colorado Spruce
  • An outstanding new evergreen conifer from Stanley Nursery in Oregon. It is a weeping or spreading selection with rich blue needles. 'The Blues' can be trained into many shapes and all will look good.

    USDA zone 3.

Pinus bungeana 'Compact Form'
  • Common Name: Lacebark Pine
  • A dwarf upright evergreen conifer with ascending, compressed branches. Needles are green. Prune to reveal colorful exfoliating trunk.

Pinus mugo 'Mini Mini'
  • Common Name: Mugo Pine
  • A miniature evergreen conifer with extremely tiny green needles. It forms a flattened globe with cute buds all nearly touching each other. Discovered as a witch's broom on Pinus mugo 'Valley Cushion' in the 1980's.

Pinus mugo 'Mr. Wood'
  • Common Name: Mugo Pine
  • A miniature evergreen conifer with tiny, curved blue needles. A wonderful seedling discovered by Ed Wood of Oregon. A sister seedling, equally nice, was given to Stanley Nursery of Oregon, and introduced as 'Fish Hook' - they are similar but not the same.

Pinus mugo 'Spilled Milk'
  • Common Name: Mugo Pine
  • A dwarf evergreen conifer with a ground-hugging form. Foliage is a medium-green. Wonderful draping over a rock or a wall.

Pinus parviflora 'Aoi'
  • A choice, dwarf evergreen conifer with short blue needles. Form is compact and broadly pyramidal. One of the most attractive of all dwarf pines. Aoi means "blue" in Japanese.

Pinus parviflora 'Arnold Arboretum Dwarf'
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
  • A slow-growing dense conifer with a broad pyramidal habit. Needles are short and colored blue-green. Selected at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.

Pinus parviflora 'Dr. Landis'
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
  • A slow-growing, irregular-shaped evergreen conifer. Needles are blue-green and tipped in cream-yellow. A choice little pine.

    USDA Zone 5

Pinus parviflora 'Goldilocks'
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
  • A dwarf,sweeping, broadly-upright evergreen conifer. Twisted needles have a bright gold color, while some portions of the plant remain light blue-green. Also described as soft, golden highlights over the silver undertones of the curved green needles.

     

Pinus parviflora 'Hagoromo'
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
  • A dense, slow-growing evergreen conifer with tiny blue-green needles. At maturity it will be much more wide than tall. Hagoromo is Japanese for "angel's cloak."

Pinus parviflora 'Kokonoye'
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
  • A dwarf upright evergreen conifer with a very narrow shape. Green needles are short and thin and radiate outwardly from the stems. Very curious in appearance.

Pinus parviflora 'Kokonoye'
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
  • A dwarf upright evergreen conifer with a very narrow shape. Green needles are short and thin and radiate outwardly from the stems.

Pinus parviflora 'Pentaphylla azuma'
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
Pinus parviflora 'Shin seni
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
Pinus parviflora 'Zuisho'
  • Common Name: Japanese White Pine
Pinus strobus 'Angel Falls'
  • Common Name: Weeping Eastern White Pine
  • A refined weeping White Pine. Closely held, graceful branches covered with very long, very narrow, light green needles, and a flowing skirt.

Pinus strobus 'Angel Falls'
  • Common Name: Eastern White Pine
  • Refined weeping white pine. Stake to desired height, or leave as ground cover. Staked, it will be narrower than other weeping White Pines, with a skirt at the bottom.

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