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Picea glauca (Pixie Dust's stepbrother 'Sport #1...until further notice)

An exhilarating week

Tsuga canadensis Albospica:  This lovely, open hemlock has been cultivated and enjoyed since 1866. Its foliage has snowy-white tips that contrast dramatically against the mature, dark-green needles. A single tree contributes a large, elegant flash of brilliance to brighten the shade garden.

Tsuga canadensis Albospica: This lovely, open hemlock has been cultivated and enjoyed since 1866. Its foliage has snowy-white tips that contrast dramatically against the mature, dark-green needles. A single tree contributes a large, elegant flash of brilliance to brighten the shade garden.

Pinus mugo 'Little Lady' (P. mugo 'Fructata') - Sosna górska 'Little Lady' ('Fructata')

Pinus mugo 'Little Lady' (P. mugo 'Fructata') - Sosna górska 'Little Lady' ('Fructata')

Larix decidua'Krejci'-modrzew europejski

Larix decidua'Krejci'-modrzew europejski

Thuja orientalis 'Franky Boy', 2016, graft from Conifer Kingdom (freebie)

Thuja orientalis 'Franky Boy', graft from Conifer Kingdom (freebie)

'Green Spiral' White Fir - Unique, snaking branches and a wild growth habit make this fir a conversation-piece for your landscape. Zone 4. Sun/Part shade.

The pendulous branches and leader of this informal, upright European silver fir spiral or twist to give it a very attractive, sculptural appeal. New light green needles that mature to glossy green are decorated by silvery undersides.

Photo taken at the Montreal Botanical Gardens.

PlantFiles Pictures: European Larch 'Varied Directions' (Larix decidua) by sanannie

Cedrus libani 'Green Prince'

Cedrus libani 'Green Prince'

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