Very spread out evergreen that forms a dense cover. Thick branches growing mostly on one side; young shoots are slightly upright. Foliage is dull blue-green, stiff, prickly and does not turn brown in winter. Slow growing. Can be trimmed to limit expansion. Exellent ground cover; also used to grow bonsai.
Very narrow, columnar shaped evergreen. Branches and new shoots are upright. Dense, delicate foliage that is soft to the touch, bluish in color. Not demanding regarding soil conditions, exept that it does not tolarate excessively humid areas. Plants in areas that are protected from winds. Used isolated or small areas.
Gracefully arching, drooping branches make this tree-like form a favorite landscape specimen. Attractive, fine textured, string-like, silvery gray-blue foliage. It tolerate well pollution but not shady area.
Dwarf evergreen with dense foliage; globular shaped with a tendancy to spread. Short, crawling branches. Foliage is silvery on the outside and bluish green inside. Choose an area that is protected from winds. Used in rock garden, japanese garden or bonsais.
Upright, conical, asymmetrical shape. Wider at the base, its tip becomes rapidly narrow; Dense, tufty foliage, bright green in colour. Females bear many blackish blue fruits. Must be planted in an area that is protected from winds. This plant cannot be trimmed or else it will loose its peculiar looks.; Good choice for gardens with an asian look.
Conical and narrow when young, broadly pyramidal with age. Handsome grayish to reddish brown bark, exfoliating in long strips. An excellent specimen, grouping and screening plant, or for naturalization.