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METASEQUOIA GLYP. MISS GRACE

Weeping variety of metasequoia. Grayish green foliage. The bark is red-brown; decorative in winter. In the fall, it becomes a beautiful bright orange.

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MICROBIOTA DECUSSATA

Very hardy dwarf conifer, spreading and compact, forming an excellent groundcover, dense and maintenance free. Its glossy green foliage becomes bronze in autumn. It is one of the few small conifers to tolerate shady conditions.

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PICEA AB. ACROCONA

Acrocona means with terminal cones on the ends of branches. Abundant cones, even on young plants, turning purple-red in spring.. Can develop into a tree form but with a conical and irregular habit. Grows only in full sun. "

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PICEA AB. FROHBURG

Short, slender, medium-green needles and a slower growth rate compared with the more common Picea abies ‘Pendula’. With staking, ‘Frohburg’ exhibits a narrow strict weeping habit, with a full spreading skirt. An excellent choice for limited spaces. Grows only in full sun.

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PICEA AB. LITTLE GEM

Nest type, with tiny needles and a very dense habit, this miniature is simply a wonderful plant. This spruce is an extremely popular plant, useful in a variety of garden situations with its ‘living rock’ appearance. Grows only in full sun.

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PICEA AB. PENDULA

Weeping spruce if staked or spread if not staked. Drooping branches cascading down the upright trunk. Young shoots pale green contrasting with the dark green foliage. Magnificent specimen for small spaces.

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PICEA AB. RUBRA SPICATA

Red new growth, a much unexpected colour for a spruce. For about two weeks in spring, the new shoots are clear red gradually changing to red brown and then green. This plant is used in isolation.

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PICEA ABIES

Norway Spruce is a pyramidal tree with graceful, drooping branchlets and lustrous, dark green foliage at maturity. The long cones provide additional interest. Grows better in well-drained, sandy soils. Prefers acidic soils and cooler climates. Grows only in full sun.

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PICEA GLAUC. CONICA

The dwarf Alberta spruce may well be the most popular dwarf conifer in cultivation. Excellent subject for a wide range of topiary forms. This conical plant with fine, dense, green foliage prefers a moderately moist, well drained soil; drought tolerant.

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