Colorado Spruce. This is a rounded, evergreen conifer with congested branches which have blue-grey leaves in the winter and late spring. They become bright blue throughout the summer. Has an eventual height of 1.2m and a spread of 1m.
An ideal tree for coastal and windy, exposed positions. Thrives on a chalk soil. Keeps more of a bushy, pyramidal shape. Eventual height is 18m. Evergreen coastal tree.
A pyramidal conifer with a conical crown with beautiful long foliage silvery-blue in colour all year round but especially in spring. Will cope well in drought conditions.
A very strong growing deciduous tree with cinnamon-brown bark. Linear leaves which are bright larch green in summer becoming tawny pink in autumn. The tree will eventually grow to 30m in height.
A wonderfully architechtural tree with a narrow columnar habit and blue-grey foliage. Maximum height is about 15ft which makes it suitable for smaller gardens.
A creeping shrub which in time will grow into a carpet of bright foliage throughout the year making excellent ground cover.
A magnificent tree easily recognised for its unusual fan-shaped, undivided leaves which turn a beautiful clear yellow in the autumn. A brilliant tree for either a single specimen or as an avenue tree.
Cupressus sempervirens ‘Pyramidalis’ is a tall narrow conifer with a very strict ascending habit and dark green foliage. No Mediterranean garden would be without a few of these trees bringing structure to the landscape.
A very large and noble tree with a dense columnar habit. As a hedging planted it is hated and admired for the same reasons. Still one of the most popular hedging plants.
This bright silver-blue evergreen tree has sharp pointed needle-like leaves. Produces barrel shaped cones which are green and then turn to brown. Requires a sheltered site, and also needs plenty of space.