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.
Shrub bearing green-gray bluish leaves with creamy white edges; they turn red in fall. Insignificant flowers followed by blue berries. Good tolerance to pruning, usually done in spring. Very useful when mixed in clumps because of its nice showy foliage and lovely bark on the stems.
Big, upright shrub of irregular shape.Young stems are purple, becoming darker with age. Dark green foliage, turning deep purple in fall. White flowers, end ofmay or early june. Blackish blue fruits that attracts birds. In spring, if necessary, trim only lightly or else you will lose all fruits.
Remarquable shrub for its yellow branches and its lustrous deep green leaves turning purple bronze in fall. White berries in September-October.Tolerates pruning; usually done in spring. Useful when mixed with others shrubs or in a clump. Showy foliage and stems.
Round shape shrub, spreading when aging. Dark green foliage turning bronze purple in fall. Red purple stems. White berries in September that attract birds. Used in a mixed border, for naturalization or to fix ground in a slope.
Compact and pyramidal habit shrub. Purple stems. Glossy, bluish dark green foliage. Female flowers producing dark red fruits. Needs to be planted with Blue Prince. Best variety for our climate. Used in rock gardens and borders.
Beautiful dwarf shrub, with a rounded and compact habit. Female plant pollinated by Ilex Little Goblin Guy and producing an abundance of pretty red fruits. Its dark green, glossy foliage turns yellow in autumn. Perfect used in beds or for naturalization. Very suitable for high humidity areas.
Hardy, compact and rounded shrub. Lustrous, dark green foliage turning yellow in fall. Numerous red fruits. Used in a clump or for naturalization. This female plant has to be pollinated by the Jim Dandy’s variety.