Dwarf evergreen with short, compact branches. Foliage is bluish green, very decorative. It can tolerate a certain amount of shade but will not be as dense as in full sun exposure. Very slow growth rate, hence its dwarf size. Suited for rock gardens, japanese style decors and borders. A winter protection is essential . No trimming required.
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.
Balsam fir is native to North America. Beautiful, pyramid-shaped tree producing purple cones maturing in the fall of the first season. It adapts to almost any habitat, but prefers a cold climate and a soil constantly moist. This is the strongest of all our softwood, and perfect individuals are of great beauty.
Large pyramidal conifer with branches from top to bottom. The needles are long, rubbery aspect and silvery-blue. Needs a fresh, well-drained soil. Good resistance to drought but do not tolerate any excess of water. Undemanding, it tolerates urban conditions.
Slow growing, compact, conical shaped tree. Waxy, dark green needles curl inward to reveal their bright white backs. Large purple cones stand on branches in spring time. Fits well into smaller, residential landscapes. "
Silvershow Fir is a special variety of Korean Fir. The needles on all branches curl upward and back towards the stem. The underside of the needles are silver! Stunnning purple Cones in Spring! This is a fabulous specimen, which is best when grown in a sunny position, where it will catch the light. It will grow into a perfect Christmas tree shape with no pruning because of its natural compact and conical habit.
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.
Blue Spanish fir is a stately and majestic specimen evergreen that draws attention with its graceful yet rigid layered branches, narrow conical shape and unusual stiff, intensely colored powder blue short needles. Beautiful small violet-red pollen cones are especially attractive against the blue foliage. Slow growth and disease resistance; excellent selection for urban plantings.