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  • Small evergreen shrub has dense, globe shaped growth habit. Rich green needles are arranged in flat layered sprays. Its low, compact form make this a...
  • A naturally rounded dwarf shrub with dense evergreen foliage. The lacy, rich green foliage has excellent year-round color retention. Useful as a low hedge and...
  • Dark purple leaves with dissected margins clothe the compact, columnar form. Narrow form and slow growth makes it ideal for smaller residential landscapes while also...
  • Beech, Tricolor European
    Striking foliage is purple with irregular creamy pink and rose-colored margins. A stunning specimen tree with an overall pink effect that will be a wonderful...
  • Cypress, Sawara Dwarf
    'Cream Ball' is a slow growing, dense global conifer with soft creamy yellow, almost white, foliage. It has been recently introduced from Canada, and is...
  • A ground-hugging mound that is truly mop-like, with stringy leaves that color best in full sun. A superior accent to add contrast to dwarf green...
  • A compact, broadly pyramidal version of the species with attractive golden foliage that doesn't burn in full sun; dense evergreen that has attractive gold foliage. The...
  • Variegated foliage emerges with a stunning pink-white margin. Matures to a grey green foliage with bright white slightly wavy-edges. Late spring brings large star shaped...
  • Spring's new growth has needles that strongly twist around the branches, showing the brilliant white undersides. Its incredibly slow growth rate is a result of...
  • Upwardly-curved, deep green needles reveal a contrasting bright silver-white underside. Produces an abundance of large showy cones held upright along the branches. Grows slowly, developing...
  • This very unusual Ginkgo becomes a dense fan-shaped shrub rather than a tree. Slow-growing to eventually reach 5-10' in height and perhaps 3-4' in width....
  • This compact, bushy selection has proven an excellent find, descended with the unique history of the species, with the same fan-shaped green leaves that turn...
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