Sweet Emotion abelia is the hardiest abelia yet, growing where no abelia could grow before: in chilly USDA zone 4. It's also the most fragrant of any abelia, with white and pink spring blooms that perfume the air with a delightful sweet jasmine fragrance. Tolerates part shade. .Butterflies love it, but deer and rabbits will stay away!
A beautiful fir tree with a narrow and symmetrical shape and ascending branches. An elegant tree that can be integrates easily in all sizes gardens. Its pretty dark green needles curl up revealing two white stripes for a more interesting effect. During the summer it is decorated with nice brown red cones.
This luminous conifer bears golden new shoots, contrasting gorgeously against the old foliage, shorter and greener.Very compact, the striking tree can be conical or somewhat irregular. Produces decorative cones.
Tiny, uniform, dark bluish green needles radiate around the many short branches of this dwarf Balsam Fir. Smaller and finer than ’Nana,’ the improved selection displays prominent reddish-brown buds for seasonal interest. The dense, very dwarf globe is ideal for small rock gardens, alpine gardens or troughs. Very slow growing plant.
Fir with pyramidal habit and horizontal branches. Glossy, dark green foliage.Produces purple cones becoming brown at the end of season. Good resistance to drought but do not tolerate any excess of water.