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PINUS MUG. SHERWOOD COMPACT

"A choice dwarf and slow growing evergreen for smaller gardens, with shiny dark green needles and a mounded bun-like shape; extremely hardy, tough and adaptable, requires full sun, but doesN’t require pruning to remain compact. "

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PINUS MUG. SLOWMOUND

Prostrated, globular shaped evergreen. It is a dwarf variety of the species. New growths are candle shaped, making a nice contrast against the foliage. Pruning is done early July by cutting into the candle shaped new growths to the desired size. Use in rock gardens or as ground cover.

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PINUS MUGO

"Pinus mugo mughus may also be called the dwarf mountain pine.This evergreen little dwarf conifer has branching, upright stems evenly covered in 2-inch-long needles of a deep, dark true green.Thanks to its low growth, mugho pine can be used at the front of a border or anywhere you want year-round greenery in conifer form. Can tolerate all well drained soil. "

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PINUS STROBUS

A very handsome and large ornamental tree. Valuable for parks and large properties as a hedge or specimen. The thin flexible needles are light green with a bluish cast, 5 needles per fasicle. Grows in full sun, although young trees tolerate light shade. "

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PINUS SYLV. BONNA

This relatively new cultivar has a noteworthy silvery-blue foliage color. This selection does not only receive praise for its long, soft needles, but also for its cinnamon colored pealing bark. This broad, upright grower will mature into a large, beautiful specimen tree. Deer and drought resistant.

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PINUS SYLV. GLAUCA NANA

An attractive, blue-green pine that will eventually grow into a flattened globe form. Requires candle pruning to maintain a round form. Wind resistant very tolerant of infertile and dry soils.

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TAXUS CANADENSIS

Creeping native shrub. Its growth is slow and its size usually varies between 30 to 90 cm even though it may reach up to 2m in some individuals. Its dark green foliage turns reddish brown in autumn. Very suitable for a hedge, even in the shade.

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TAXUS CUSP. CAPITATA

This is the most common form of the species in commerce. It forms a broad pyramid that eventually appears as a tree. It can grow very tall with age, but gardeners usually prune the plant. Sun or shade. You can prune it anytime to any size.

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TAXUS CUSP. EMERALD SPREADER

'EMERALD SPREADER' is a compact, dense, spreading Japanese yew cultivar that typically matures very slowly. Perfect as a groundcover, it produces red berries contrasting well on the dark green foliage.

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TAXUS CUSP. KOBES HICKSII

Similar in shape and habit to Taxus media 'Hicksii' but slightly faster growing. A little hardier and less prone to winter burn. Upright branching habit. Narrow in youth, becoming fatter with age. Fruitless.

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