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Evergreens

LARIX GMELINII RHOMBERG PARK

As a miniature larch , the cultivar ‘Romberg Park’ will serve as a conifer lover’s specimen plant. This is a dwarf conifer with a deciduous habit. It features light green needles in the spring followed by a complete switch to yellow in the fall before being shed.

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LARIX KAEMP. DIANA CONTORTA

This larch has branches arched, pendulous and tortuous. The leaves, deciduous, is a delicate green color and becomes yellow gold in autumn. Nice to look in all seasons.

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LARIX KAEMP. LITTLE BOOGLE

Plant with rich green leaves and a central leader. Forms an irregular shrub with short twisted branches. Bright green new growth in spring, gold in autumn. Very attractive with the twisted bare branches in winter. Good for bonsaïs.

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LARIX LARICINA

Larch is a conifer that its soft green needles drop in the fall but not before taking a nice yellow tint. There are also beautiful when they grow back in spring. Its female red flowers are especially interesting. Its port is conical, regular and narrow. It is well suited for soil stabilization of banks and poorly drained area. It is also used in screens, windbreaks and for naturalization.

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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 DEC. FUZZBALL

A handsome evergreen shrub with unique, fuzzy bright green summer foliage that turns to a purplish-brown color in the winter. Extremely cold hardy once established, with a vase shaped habit that is well suited for rock gardens, foundations or borders.

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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. CUPRESSINA

Such a great introduction for urban needs, this narrow, compact spruce is ideal for smaller areas. Great dark green foliage. Slow to moderate growth rate make it easy to control. Although it can withstand a good load of snow, we strongly recommend to tie it for winter.

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