Rideau Woodland Ramble - 2024

 

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Abies koreana 'Aurea
Golden, lemon-yellow needles with glowing, silver-white undersides are displayed on the ascending branches of Abies koreana Aurea in spring. The yellow gradually softens as the season progresses, but complementary purple-blue cones add to the dramatic effect. Full sun produces the best colour, but this golden fir will benefit from some protection if grown in scorching conditions. Over time. A.k. Aurea becomes a large, pyramidal tree.

Broad Upright

7.5m

6m

4

189.00 3 Gallon

 

Abies koreana 'Golden Glow'
Golden Glow Korean Fir has attractive yellow-variegated bluish-green foliage. The small needles are highly ornamental and turn an outstanding gold in the fall.

Spreading

1.8m

3.6m

4

189.00 3 Gallon

New

Abies koreana 'Silver Show'
The two-toned needles of Abies koreana Silver Show are so tightly curled that the shoots are almost cylindrical, exposing the extremely white undersides completely. The result is a silver-white element in the garden. The contrasting dark purple cones stand out against the foliage. Showy color and special texture abound. Enjoys full sun and moist, well-drained soil.

Narrow Upright

3.6m

2.4m

4

172.00 3 Gallon

269.00 6 Gallon

 

Abies koreana 'Starker's Dwarf'
Starkers Dwarf Korean Fir. The dwarf, Abies koreana Starkers Dwarf develops as a nest form when young and matures to a mounded pyramidal shape with age, Its wide, blunt-tipped needles, decorated with white undersides, present a striking texture. Protect Abies koreana Starkers Dwarf from hot, direct afternoon sun.

Spreading

60cm

90cm

4

179.00 3 Gallon

310.00 6 Gallon

New

Chamaecyparis n. 'Pendula'
This medium to large pyramidal tree has drooping branchlets with dark gray-green foliage that drape from spreading and upcurved branches. One of the most beautiful of the weeping conifers for dramatically accenting the landscape. This native selection thrives in cool, humid summer climates with above average rainfall. Evergreen.

Broad Upright

7.5m

3.60m

5

289.00 6 Gallon

New

Chamaecyparis p. 'Filifera'
A slow-growing evergreen conifer making a large broadly conical shrub of open habit, with gracefully weeping, cord-like, golden-yellow foliage in short tufts and longer unbranched shoots.

Globe Shape

3.6m

3.6m

4

36.00 1 Gallon

69.00 3 Gallon

New

Chamaecyparis p. 'Gold Spangles'
Slow growing, but worth the wait, 'Gold Spangle' Sawara cypress has bright yellow foliage that is a mix of fans and threads. Holds great appeal for homeowners and landscapers. Gold foliage persists all year round.

Broad Upright

3.6m

2.4m

4

149.00 6 Gallon

New

Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Golden Mops'
The finely textured, sunny foliage of this winning "threadbranch" cypress develops vibrant new spring growth that retains its brilliance and shines in the garden all year. Well-behaved, compact and hardy, the low, mounding conifer makes a versatile addition to border, bank or foundation. It produces best colour in full sun and performs even in areas challenged by heat and humidity.

Globe Shape

1m

1m

4

35.00 1 Gallon

75.00 3 Gallon

98.00 6 Gallon

 

Juniperus c. 'Shimpaku'
This versatile, vase-shaped Juniperus chinensis Shimpaku develops upright, fountain-like branches that are covered in robust, green, awl-shaped foliage. Appreciated by bonsai enthusiasts for an irregular form and exposed, peeling bark, it also makes an interesting addition to container arrangements and garden beds.

Spreading

90cm

1.8m

4

79.00 3 Gallon

 

Juniperus c. 'Trautman'
Juniperus chinensis Trautman is a hardy alternative to the temperate Italian Cypress. This narrow, coarse textured, bluish gray-green spire has incredible potential throughout the gardening world. As a single specimen it will make a majestic statement as it towers above other garden plants while maintaining a small footprint. Planted in a row, Trautman will serve as a screen of unusual beauty because of its unique colour and texture. Will thrive in full sun and well-drained soil. Selected by the late Herbert Trautman, a highly respected Wisconsin nurseryman.

Narrow Upright

4.5m

1.2m

4

135.00 3 Gallon

New

Juniperus h. 'Gold Strike'
Low, spreading mass of golden yellow foliage is great for brightening up border edges or filling in spaces near pavement. This is a slow grower but can be pruned freely to maintain the desired size. Foliage takes on a soft orange tint in the fall.

Low Compact

15cm

1.2m

3

49.00 1 Gallon

85.00 3 Gallon

New

Juniperus h. 'Limeglow'
Limeglow Juniper. Not your typical juniper! Limeglow displays feathery foliage in electric chartreuse, a colour that makes a striking contrast to other greens in the garden. Its spreading, vase form and juvenile foliage lend a cheery presence in almost any garden, including one with hot, dry conditions. The yellow sport from Youngstown is reported to hold its bright colour and to resist sunburn. Selected by Larry Hatch with North Carolina State University.

Spreading

60cm

1.2m

3

38.00 1 Gallon

79.99 3 Gallon

 

Juniperus h. 'Pancake'
Juniperus horizontalis Pancake has feathery, scale-like foliage which covers the ground as it grows flat as a pancake. Growing not more than about 4 high, the branches will root as they creep along the ground. Gray-blue in colour through the growing season, it takes on light purple hues in winter. Prefers full sun in dry, sandy soils and is drought tolerant when established. Stake to attain additional height for pleasing effect.

Low Compact

1.2cm

1.2m

3

$39.00 1 Gallon

 

Juniperus horizontalis 'Icee blue'
A sport of Wiltonii it is a very compact ground cover. Dense tightly compressed foliage resembles a thick carpet.

Low Compact

10cm

1.5m

2b

54.00 3 Gallon

 

Juniperus horizontalis 'Mother Lode'
A bright, golden yellow sport of Wiltonii, Mother Lode holds bright colour all Summer in full or partial sun. Fall bring a deep yellow-orange becoming tinged with plum by Winter for all-season attraction.

Low Compact

10cm

1.5m

4

38.00 1 Gallon

 

Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'
A ground hugging spreader with delightful cushion form and beautiful bluish-green foliage.

Prostrate

20cm

1m

2

54.00 3 Gallon

 

Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'
The name Blue Star is wonderfully descriptive of this immensely popular plant. As broad as high, the short branches form a star-like appearance.

Low Compact

50cm

60cm

4

54.00 3 Gallon

 

Larix decidua 'Pendula'
Luminous, fresh, lime-green foliage covers this weeping, mid-size tree in the Spring. In the Fall, there is a glow of yellow before the needles drop to reveal tawny twigs. With age, branching divides and spreads, giving the plant an almost animal-like character. Prefers a moist soil in the Summer.

Large Weeping

Variable

3m

4

198.00 3 Gallon

473.00 10 Gallon

 

Larix decidua 'Varied Direction'
This name could be an understatement! In fact, the vigorous, spreading habit of this Larix decidua Varied Directions produces robust twigs that propel the branches up and out, inthats rightvaried directions. Golden tan branches, covered with thick twigs, eventually arch down and cover the ground in a unique configuration for each plant. Bright green spring foliage changes to gold in autumn before needles fall. Selected by Dr. Sydney Waxman, University of Connecticut.

Weeping

Variable

 

2

385.00 20 Gallon

473.00 10 Gallon

New

Metasequoia glyptostroboides
The exquisite Metasequoia glyptostroboides, a deciduous, slower-growing and hardier tree than its Sequoia cousin, develops a handsome, conical habit with horizontal branching and red-brown bark. Its feathery foliage is light green in spring and unusual peach bronze in fall. Once thought extinct, this plant was discovered in a hidden valley in China in 1945. This durable park-sized tree prefers moist soils and is virtually carefree.

Broad Upright

7.5m

4.5m

4

179.99 7 Gallon

 

Microbiota Decussata
A species from south-eastern Siberia. Juniper-like flat spreader. Good fast growing ground cover with green foliage turning bronze in Winter.

Spreading

30cm

1.5m

3

45.00 3 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Acrocona'
Aptly named, acrocona means with terminal cones on the ends of branches. Abundant cones, even on young plants, with an added Spring colour featuring purple-red, immature cones. Can develop into a tree form, but the unusual coning habit tends to modify growth rate and shape to a broad pyramid. Known since about 1890, when it was found near Uppsala, Sweden.

Broad Upright

5m

3m

3

187.00 6 Gallon

198.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Blaze'
Brilliant magenta new growth on branch tips explodes in spring, turning a muted sorrel before transitioning to light blue green. A seedling selection of Picea abies 'Rubra Spicata' which was bred specifically for smaller gardens and matures to a dense, broadly upright form.

Broad Upright

2.4m

1.8

4

174.00 3 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Calvary Upright'
Calvary Upright Norway Spruce is a dwarf conifer which is primarily valued in the landscape or garden for its interestingly mounded form. It has dark green evergreen foliage which emerges light green in spring. The needles remain dark green throughout the winter.

Spreading

1.2m

2.4m

3

88.00 3 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Cupressina'
The narrow, fastigiate form of 'Cupressina' is in high demand for urban and boundary plantings where strong vertical accents are required. This selection grows quite quickly and withstands snow loads better than other fastigiate types.

Narrow Upright

10m

3m

2

368.00 15 Gallon

455.00 1.5m 20 Gallon

489.00 1.8m 20 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Cupressina' 1

 

 

 

 

322.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Elegans'
Picea abies 'Elegans' has densely arranged, slightly ascending branches of dark green. It becomes a flat-topped, dwarf nest spruce that will add classy elegance to any garden. This conifer breaks bud and develops bright green, new growth earlier in spring than other nest types.

Spreading

60cm

1..2m

3

75.00 3 Gallon

152.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Fat Cat'
A dense, round variety with short, stiff needles on short branches; adaptable and hardy; excellent choice for rock gardens and detail use in a composition

Globe Shape

1.2m

1.2m

3

98.00 3 Gallon

175.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Formanek'
This radically prostrate, slow-growing form of Norway Spruce will become a densely matted, spreading carpet over time. If staked up, its strongly weeping branches cascade down and create a pendulous form. Unstaked, it is the perfect plant to creep over and around rocks.

Prostrate Spreading

1m

1m

3

128.00 3 Gallon

250.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea abies '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.

Pendulous

Variable

1.5m

3

269.00 6 Gallon

498.00 10 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Gold Drift'
Picea abies Gold Drift adds colour to the garden in whatever shape and boundaries the gardener allows it to have. Early spring brings bright lime green new growth. The foliage that is fully exposed to the sun turns a vibrant yellow in late spring and summer. The brilliance continues until winter when the colour becomes more subdued. Can be allowed to ramble as a ground-cover, drape over rock walls, or become a garden feature when staked upright.

Weeping

Variable

 

3

109.00 3 Gallon

245.00 6 Gallon

435.00 10 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Hillside Upright'
Picea abies Hillside Upright is a rare and unique form of Norway spruce, often considered a natural sculpture. Distinct green foliage over rust colored stems accent a rugged yet elegant appearance suitable for any type of garden setting. A truly carefree plant for the urban environment. Plant in full sun whenever possible.

Narrow Upright

3.6m

1.8m

3

270.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Lanham's Beehive'
Originating in 1994 in Kentucky, and found by Gary Lanham, this broom makes a very attractive mounding conifer for a small garden. We like the fine texture of the needles on multi-stemmed branches that make it so compact. Also, the buds an stems have a cinnamon color that sets the plant apart from other cultivars. The yearly growth is approximately 2.5cm, so you can expect this plant to be 37cm tall and 70cm wide in 10 years, and fills in all the way to the ground. I have seen old specimens of this cultivar 50 years of age, and they are spectacular!

Spreading

90cm

1.2m

3

270.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Limey'
The Limey Norway Spruce. Formally thought to be a seedling selection of Picea glauca, the originator of this exciting plant has informed us that The Limey is truly of Norway Spruce origin. Fresh, new foliage emerges each spring from the buds of Picea abies The Limey with a bright lemon-lime colour. Short needles adorn open branching that will fill in with maturity. As the season progresses, the exposed topsides of the needles remain a pleasant yellow while the undersides and shaded interior foliage turn lime green creating a striking contrast. The Limey thrives in moist, well-drained soil.

Broad Upright

4.5m

3.6m

3

285.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Mikulasovice'
Mikulasovice Norway Spruce. The unique and very distinctive dwarf conifer, Picea abies Mikulasovice is covered with long, grass-green needles. Short, irregular, orange-tan branches develop into a nearly perfect pyramidal shape. The combination of unique branch styling, long needles, slow growth and excellent form make this a one-of-a-kind dwarf conifer. Perfect in the container garden, super hardy and full of character.

Globe Shape

60cm

90cm

3

268.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Mucronata'
A dark green, compact selection, the irregularly mounding Picea abies Mucronata produces thick, stiff shoots with large, brown buds. Plants grow slowly when young, but as they mature, the rate of growth accelerates and they eventually develop leaders with several sub-leaders.

Broad Upright

1.8m

1.2m

3

79.00 3 Gallon

155.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Pendula'
The dark green weeping Norway spruce can be easily grown, staked, and trained into an upright specimen, or allowed to grow as an undulating ground cover, hanging over sloped and walls.

Large Weeping

Variable

1m

3

270.00 6 Gallon

498.00 10 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Pumila'
Nest type. Short, dark green foliage on a very uniformly branched plant. Globose habit when young, spreading with age. Differs from the flatter nest types with its rounded habit, all shoots uniformly pointed out or up. New growth appears later on Pumila than other nest type spruce.

Globe Dwarf

1m

1.5m

3

27.00

74.00 3 Gallon

152.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Pusch'
Named Collector's Conifer of the Year in 2008, this small, slow-growing Norway Spruce, a witch's broom from 'Acrocona', produces loads of bright red cones on many short shoots in spring. The tiny cones brown as they age, but continue to decorate the irregular, dwarf variety year-round. Globose when young, the small spruce develops an upright broad shape with maturity. It is extremely hardy and grows well in full sun or part shade. From the former East Germany.

Globe Dwarf

1.5m

1.5m

3

135.00 3 Gallon

270.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea abies 'Royal Splendor'
It is an outstanding ornamental selection of Norway Spruce that maintains a narrowly-pyramidal form unlike the species which typically develops drooping branchlets when mature. The needles are bright emerald green. It is recommended as a landscape specimen tree or as a nice upright screening tree.

Broad Upright

7.5m

4.5m

3

185.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Sherwood Compact'
Site this narrow, pyramidal tree Picea abies Sherwood Compact where its strongly ascending branches can develop into a mid-size, distinctly upright cone in the landscape. In addition to size and shape, the cultivar produces many soft brown shoots and clean green needles. Use it as a specimen in a small space that deserves a big impact or use it as part of a privacy wall. Another great selection from nurseryman Andy Sherwood of Oregon.

Narrow Upright

4.5m

2.4m

4

237.00 6 Gallon

445.00 10 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Skyhigh WB'
A miniature, rounded selection with dense, clumpy branching and attractive blue-green foliage.

Globe Shape

60cm

60cm

3

270.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea abies 'Tompa'
Fresh green needles and a compact habit make the slow-growing Picea abies Tompaa great choice for smaller landscapes and rock gardens. Its wide, conical shape resembles the well-known Alberta Spruce for which it is a superior alternative.

Dwarf Upright

1m

1.2m

3

115.00 3 Gallon

208.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea engelmanii 'Jasper'
Jasper Engelmann Spruce. Softer in colour and in needle texture than dwarf Picea pungens cultivars, this compact, globose spruce traces its roots to a species native to the Rocky Mountains. Rarely seen in the trade, the muted, blue-green Picea engelmannii Jasper thrives in cool, mountain conditions, so its subtle, rugged beauty makes a perfect addition to the alpine garden.

Globe Shape

90cm

60cm

3

149.00 3 Gallon

265.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea engelmannii 'Bush's Lace'
Picea engelmannii Bushs Lace is a vigorous growing form of Engelmann spruce. With a strong central leader, its branches extend out before drooping downward. Unique in that, although the branching is a bit irregular, it still makes a stately presence in the garden. Engelmann spruce is native to the higher elevations of the Rocky and Cascade Mountains and is adapted to dealing with extreme winds and cold.

Narrow Upright

7.5m

1.8m

3

285.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea glauca 'North Star'
Selected for its resilience to harsh winter conditions, this sturdy, compact White Spruce produces a densely branched, classic pyramid that is covered with medium-green needles. Its moderate growth rate and ultimate, intermediate size, together with superior hardiness make this introduction from Iseli Nursery ideal for use in larger, more exposed spaces, mixed borders and beds.

Narrow Upright

3.6m

1.8m

3

230.00 6 Gallon

396.00 10 Gallon

 

Picea glauca 'Pendula'
An outstanding weeping selection, distinctive in its formal narrow conical shape; branches are covered with light bluish-green needles. Best used as a landscape specimen or garden focal point.

Narrow Upright

4.5m

1.2m

2

335.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea glauca 'Rainbow's End'
Superior seasonal colour makes 'Rainbow's End a brilliant addition to the summer garden. A second flush of growth transforms the light-green, conical tree in mid-summer into a beacon of bright lemon-yellow. Although similar in size and shape to 'Conica,' the extraordinary color of this tree offers a dramatic summer surprise. Found as a mutation at Iseli Nursery in 1978, it appreciates consistent moisture, good nutrition and an occasional blast from the garden hose during summer to increase pest resistance.

Narrow Upright

1.5m

1.2m

4

98.00 3 Gallon

 

Picea omorika 'de Ruyter'
An irregular, upright Serbian spruce that takes on a conical framework. The sculpted branching supports the familiar silvery, bicolored needles of the species but displays them in a unique fashion. Excellent as a unique accent plant.

Broad Upright

3m

2.4m

4

351.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea omorika 'Gotelli Weeping'
Gotelli Weeping Serbian Spruce. The magnificent, formal Picea omorika Gotelli Weeping adds height and drama to any garden. Its youthful, open form matures into a neat, narrow spire with gracefully pendant branches and strictly weeping branchlets. It shares the lovely two-tone appearance with the species, and it tolerates heat and humidity better than most. This trees beauty and weeping character increase with time and maturity.

Narrow Upright

7.5m

4.5m

4

295.00 6 Gallon

485.00 10 Gallon

 

Picea omorika 'Silberblue'
Silver Blue Serbian Spruce is primarily valued in the landscape for its distinctively pyramidal habit of growth. It has attractive green foliage with silvery blue undersides which emerges light green in spring. The needles are highly ornamental and remain green throughout the winter. The smooth brick red bark adds an interesting dimension to the landscape.

Broad Upright

7.5m

4.5m

4

298.00 6 Gallon

368.00 1.2m B&B

475.00 1.5m 20 Gallon

New

Picea pungens 'Avatar'
Avatar Blue Spruce. Picea pungens Avatar is a classic Colorado Blue Spruce manifesting the best qualities this species offers. A seedling selection of P.p. Moerheim, the exceptionally lush blue foliage is especially striking in spring as the new needles emerge as soft blue powder puffs. The distinctive tiered pattern of branching contributes a wow factor both as a young tree today but more so in a mature specimen. With a slower growth rate than other popular cultivars, this heritage quality tree can develop to its full majesty in many sizes of landscapes.

Broad Upright

6m

4.5m

2

275.00 6 Gallon

445.00 10 Gallon

New

Picea pungens 'Bonny Blue'
A shimmering blue evergreen accent tree, pyramidal shaped with large stout branches and elegant silvery-blue needles, a tree of great beauty and colour which is retained throughout the year; extremely hardy and rugged

Broad Upright

6m

4.5m

4

418.00 15 Gallon

495.00 20 Gallon

New

Picea pungens 'Monty'

Broad Upright

2.4m

1.8m

2

298.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea pungens 'Moonstone'
Beautiful silvery blue colour all year and maintains a compact rounded form through to maturity.

Globe Shape

60cm

60cm

2

335.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea pungens 'Procumbens'
Similar to Pendula in colour, but used as a spreading, undulating groundcover. Procumbens is very effective when draped over a rock wall or slope.

Low Compact

Variable

1.5m

3

185.00 3 Gallon

340.00 6 Gallon

 

Picea pungens 'Sester Dwarf'
Sester Dwarf Blue Spruce. Stunning blue needles, slow growth rate, and classic conical form make Picea pungens Sester Dwarf an ideal plant for the modern landscape. Growing at only about one-fourth the rate of its large parent, it is the perfect small-garden form of Colorado Blue Spruce, and is virtually maintenance free to keep its tidy shape. Found as a seedling selection by Sester Farms, Gresham, Oregon.

Broad Upright

1.8m

1.2m

2

290.00 6 Gallon

New

Picea pungens 'The Blues'
Picea pungens The Blues was discovered as a unique growth sport on a Weeping Colorado Spruce and has become a favorite in gardens everywhere. Lush blue spring foliage drapes off of downward flowing branches creating a pleasing waterfall of year-round color. Plants may be trained to flow along a fence, deck railing, or stone wall and then allowed to spill across the ground, splashing against well-placed rocks in the garden. Enjoys a moist, well-drained location.

Weeping

Variable

 

2

298.00 6 Gallon

 

Pinus banksiana 'Uncle Fogy'
Uncle Fogy Jack Pine. Wildly undulating, pendulous branches give unique character to every Pinus banksiana Uncle Fogy we grow. Plants bend and swoop to create a curvy, living sculpture decorated with resinous winter buds. This collectors plant, first discovered in a garden in Richfield, Minnesota, seems to be a reference to everyones eccentric relative. Extremely hardy and adaptable, it tolerates heat, cold and dry, sandy or poor soils.

Broad Upright

3.6m

2.4m

2

185.00 3 Gallon

New

Pinus cembra 'Algonquin Pillar'
Pinus cembra Algonquin Pillar is a narrow, upright gorgeous tree with long, two-toned needles that twist and weave together to form lustrous, bushy branches. It is extremely hardy and needs little pruning to maintain a large, but slender stature. As yet underused, it makes a vastly superior alternative for P. flexilis Vanderwolfs Pyramid, especially in suburban landscapes. With slower growth, it fits in many positions and stays in scale. Trees develop large trunks and retain foliage to the base, unlike other pines that lose needles on shaded lower branches.

Narrow Upright

6m

3m

3

398.00 1.2m B&B

 

Pinus cembra 'Prairie Statesman'
Super hardy with a super form, Prairie Statesman will make an elegant statement under some of the harshest conditions. Soft, emerald green foliage, with a hint of silvery blue, adorns this perfectly symmetrical tree. Its columnar habit provides a narrow footprint making it suitable for the home garden as well as large landscapes. Drought tolerant and extremely cold hardy, it is an excellent selection by Dr. Dale Herman, North Dakota State University. Pinus cembra Prairie Statesman (Herman)

Broad Upright

3.6m

1.80m

2

298.00 6 Gallon

445.00 1.2m 15 Gallon

495.00 1.5m 20 Gallon

New

Pinus koraiensis 'Blue Ball'
Pinus koraiensis Blue Ball is a dwarf selection of Korean Pine with blue green needles that emphasize the blue. Short stiff branches and long needles form a globe shaped plant that has a bit of irregularity to it. Hardy and adaptable, with minimal disease or insect problems, Blue Ball has great potential for a variety of settings.

Globe Shape

90cm

90cm

3

225.00 3 Gallon

397.00 6 Gallon

New

Pinus koraiensis 'Silveray'
Long and showy, silver-blue needles are displayed on an elegant, conical tree.

Narrow Upright

6m

3m

3

385.00 20 Gallon

New

Pinus peuce 'Pacific Blue'
Beautiful blue needles are long and thin, and densely cover Pinus peuce Pacific Blue. Selected from a group of P.p. Glauca seedlings for its pleasing colour. Multi-year needle persistence makes for a thick and full specimen with good form. Native to SE Europe, it is very cold and wind tolerant.

Broad Upright

6m

4.5m

4

298.00 6 Gallon

New

Pinus pumila 'Blue Dwarf'
Pinus pumila Blue Dwarf was selected for a spring display of brightly coloured cones that contrast with the superior colour of the needles. It produces a dense load of twisted needles and a horizontal, spreading habit that is unique among Pinus pumila cultivars. Native to extremely cold, exposed regions of northeastern Asia, the tough constitution of this pine stands up to harsh conditions.

Spreading

1m

2m

4

195.00 3 Gallon

328.00 6 Gallon

 

Pinus strobus 'Angel Falls'
Pinus strobus Angel Falls originated as a slow-growing seedling of P.s. Pendula in 1981 at Iseli Nursery. Angel Falls has very long, very narrow, light green needles and a strong weeping habit. Its closely held branches develop graceful draping forms that combine a tall, narrow stature with a broad, flowing skirt. After 20 years of evaluation, the unique tree offers elegance and style and was named after the renowned Venezuelan waterfall.

Weeping

Varies

 

3

178.00 3 Gallon

328.00 6 Gallon

 

Pinus strobus 'Blue Shag'
Fast becoming a popular selection of the dwarf eastern white pine. This Waxman introduction is an outstanding, compact, reliably rounded form. Excellent for a variety of landscape uses.

Globe Shape

1m

1.2m

3

159.00 3 Gallon

298.00 6 Gallon

 

Pinus strobus 'Louie'
A new evergreen conifer with a rounded form when young, eventually growing into a broad pyramid. Long soft needles are colored in bright gold. A Greg Williams introduction from Vermont. Prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil.

Broad Upright

3m

2.1m

3

328.00 6 Gallon

 

Pinus strobus 'Macopin'
This cultivar is broadly upright, irregular, compact and shrubby in form; silvery-blue-green needles in bundles of five are soft to the touch; produces abundant light brown cones at an early age; a generally low maintenance garden shrub.

Broad Upright

3m

2.4m

3

165.00 3 Gallon

298.00 6 Gallon

New

Pinus strobus 'Mini Twists'
'Mini Twist' stands up to its name and has shot, green soft needles that curve and twist. Compact and round when young, 'Mini Twist' can develop a broadly pyramidal shape with age. Prefers full sun in a well-drained soil.

Broad Upright

1.8

1.2m

3

178.00 3 Gallon

348.00 6 Gallon

 

Pinus strobus 'Niagara Falls'
This handsome, cascading White Pine, chosen 2009 Collector's Conifer of the Year, was found as a sport of 'Pendula' and demonstrates a distinct improvement over that familiar landscape tree. The compact, weeping form boasts many draping branches and long, two-tone needles. Every dense, wide specimen develops a unique character and flowing habit that mimicks the action of a roaring Niagara Falls. Found by Mike and Ken Yeager of Hickory Hollow Nursery in New York in 1998 while working on a landscape job, this is a distinctive specimen for the discerning client.

Spreading

Variable

3m

2

168.00 3 Gallon

298.00 6 Gallon

 

Pinus strobus 'Stowe Pillar'
Pinus strobus 'Stowe Pillar' is a very narrow columnar form of eastern white pine purportedly even narrower 'Fastigata'. It's tight branching makes it more resistant than the species to breaking under heavy, wet snow load. Ideal for tight spaces or as a vertical element.

Narrow Upright

3m

1m

3

328.00 6 Gallon

 

Pinus sylvestris 'Hillside Creeper'
Pinus sylvestris Hillside Creeper is a classy creeper that spreads out and forms a flat mesa of layered branches that are covered with thick, green needles. The vigorous, hardy pine, lighter green in winter, makes an excellent ground-covering option for banks or walls or tucked in and around boulders. Found as a seedling by Layne Ziegenfus of Hillside Gardens, Lehighton, Pennsylvania.

Prostrate

60cm

3m

3

298.00 6 Gallon

 

Sciadopitys verticillata 'Picola'
Dense and compact, the slow growing Sciadopitys verticillata Picola is perfect for the patio garden. Shorter, thinner needles on short shoots account for an overall bushy habit. Of all the dwarf types weve trialed it maintains the darkest green, resulting in a very rich look. Full sun to partial shade and well drained soil is preferred.

Broad Upright

1.2m

90cm

5

195.00 3 Gallon

 

Taxodium distichum 'Shawnee Brave'
A tall, narrowly pyramidal deciduous conifer characteristic of the South but actually quite hardy; narrow bright green leaves turn golden brown in fall, a broad trunk and odd knee-like protrusions at the base when grown in standing water; adaptable.

Narrow Upright

21m

6m

4

189.00 5 Gallon

217.00 10 Gallon

New

Taxus c. 'Monloo'
A perfect low-maintenance choice for ground cover, large scale borders or a low hedge. Strong and sturdy, it provides good erosion control on slopes. The attractive dark green foliage retains its colour in the coldest of winters.

Spreading

90cm

2.4m

4

59.00 3 Gallon

New

Taxus cuspidata 'Dwarf Bright Gold'
Each soft yellow needle has a bright green striation along its length; has an upright branching habit. Can be used as a splash of colour for partially shaded area.

Spreading

40cm

60cm

4

55.00 2 Gallon

118.00 3 Gallon

220.00 6 Gallon

 

Taxus cuspidata 'Dwarf Bright Gold' 1
Each soft yellow needle has a bright green striation along its length; has an upright branching habit. Can be used as a splash of colour for partially shaded area.

 

 

 

 

195.00 10 Gallon

 

Taxus cuspidata 'Nana Aurescens'
We have chosen to grow this cultivar because it is such an outstanding sunny-yellow, low-spreading plant. Eye-catching brilliant foliage. A conifer we are proud to offer.

Spreading

60cm

1m

4

59.00 1 Gallon

$124.00 3 Gallon

$230.00 6 Gallon

 

Taxus cuspidata 'Nana'
Taxus cuspidata 'Nana', Dwarf Japanese Yew. Taxus cuspidata 'Nana' is a slow-growing, widely spreading male selection of Japanese yew with dense, short, stiff branching; and dull-green, radially arranged needles. After 10 years of growth, a mature specimen will measure 60 cm tall and 80 cm wide, an annual growth rate of 5 - 7.5 cm.

Globe Shape

60cm

80cm

4

65.00 3 Gallon

New

Taxus cuspidata 'Nova'
Nova Japanese Yew has dark green foliage which emerges buttery yellow in spring. The ferny leaves remain dark green throughout the winter. The flowers are not ornamentally significant. Nova Japanese Yew is a dense multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with a narrowly upright and columnar growth habit.

Narrow Upright

1.8m

1m

4

98.00 5 Gallon

New

Taxus m. 'Stonehenge Dark Druid'
Stonehenge Dark Druid brings a new size and shape option to the palette of yews, naturally growing as an appealing little mound of soft, fern-like evergreen foliage. It's ideal as a substitute for boxwood, as a specimen.

Globe Shape

90cm

90cm

4

29.99 1 Gallon

New

Thuja koraiensis 'Glauca'
Blue Korean Arborvitae. Blue Korean Arborvitae have large flat sprays of dusty blue foliage with bright white stomatal bands on the undersides that provide a unique colour element for the landscape. The branches are scattered along the main trunk and droop in a random fashion, providing an open informal habit. Korean Arborvitae is best in full sun but will appreciate some afternoon shade in hot climates. Moist, well-drained soil is preferable as it is intolerant of drought conditions.

Broad Upright

6m

4.5m

4

162.00 6 Gallon

New

Thuja o. 'Autumn Moon'
Autumn Moon Arborvitae. A dense, rounded plant with upright fans of canary yellow foliage, Autumn Moon stays uniform and tidy without developing an oval, upright habit like other yellow forms found in the marketplace. Can be planted in a row to make a stunningly colourful border or for individual colour spots throughout the landscape.

Globe Shape

90cm

90cm

4

29.00 1 Gallon

71.00 3 Gallon

New

Thuja o. 'Emerald Petite'
The Emerald Petite Arborvitae is the world's first ever true dwarf Emerald Arborvitae tree. It is a fast-growing evergreen with dense emerald lacy foliage, and it grows to a maximum of 1.8m tall.

Narrow Upright

1.8m

60cm

3

46.00 2 Gallon

New

Thuja o. 'Filiformis'
A very interesting and yet rare evergreen which features arching sprays of fine, thread-like bright green foliage on a mounding, haystack form; unquestionably distinctive, use as a solitary for effect or in the garden; needs shelter from drying winds

Weeping

2.4m

1.8m

3

70.00 3 Gallon

 

Thuja o. 'Filips Magic Moment'
'Filips Magic Moment' arborvitae naturally grows as a dense little cone, making it the perfect choice for planting near entryways or anywhere you want a formal but not stuffy living accent. The outer growth emerges a cheerful yellow, which persists all year-round. No pruning is needed to keep this handsome shape.

Narrow Upright

2.4m

1m

3

45.00 2 Gallon

New

Thuja o. 'Golden Blush'

Broad Upright

4.5m

2.4m

4

70.00 3 Gallon

139.00 6 Gallon

New

Thuja o. 'Kelsoki Spire'

Narrow Upright

3m

90cm

4

227.00 10 Gallon

New

Thuja o. 'North Pole'
Narrow upright columnar habit is perfect for narrow sites as a specimen or screen. Little care is needed. Evergreen. Hardy, resists winter burn. Excellent landscape plant.

Narrow Upright

3m

90cm

4

145.00 140cm

New

Thuja o. 'Skybound'
An exceptionally hardy evergreen shrub or small tree with a rigidly columnar habit of growth and rich dark green scale-like foliage; the ultimate pillar in the landscape, use for screening, allees, as a tall hedge or to accent a building.

Narrow Upright

5.4m

1.5m

2

97.00 5 Gallon

 

Thuja occidentalis 'Degroot's Spire'
This narrow columnar is unique both for its form and refined texture. It can be planted as a singular specimen or used in a narrow situation.

Narrow Upright

2.5m

90cm

3

189.99 1.2m 10 Gallon

245.00 1.5m 20 Gallon

318.00 20 Gallon 1.8m

 

Thuja occidentalis 'Degroot's Spire' 1

Narrow Upright

2.5m

90cm

3

89.00 5 Gallon

 

Thuja occidentalis 'Hetz Midget'
Dense, rounded plant, this slow-growing selection boasts vertical sprays of tight, green, lacy foliage with bronze tones in winter. Thuja occidentalis Hetz Midget stays small enough and grows slowly enough to be useful even in little gardens. From a seedling raised by Frank R. Hetz around 1930; introduced in 1942. Hardy, durable and adaptable to many conditions.

Globe Shape

1m

1m

3

29.00 1 Gallon

70.00 3 Gallon

 

Thuja occidentalis 'Holmstrup'
This well-known, compact arborvitae is popular for dark green, vertical sprays of foliage that stay green all year. Thuja occidentalis Holmstrup has a rugged, conical form, and since plants grow relatively slowly and stay mid-size, they are great for places with limited space and a need for green. The extremely hardy Danish selection that was introduced in 1951 is durable and adaptable.

Narrow Upright

7.5m

3.6m

3

139.00 6 Gallon

 

Thuja occidentalis 'Jantar'
'Jantar' is an exciting new brilliant yellow beacon from Poland that Iseli Nursery is proud to offer as part of our plant line. The eye popping yellow on this version of Emerald Arborvitae becomes a warmer amber tone during winter, hence the name 'Jantar', Polish for amber. With the same narrow upright habit as its popular green parent this selection will add dramatic colour to the landscape as a focal plant or privacy screen. Selected by Jakub Jablonski of Poland and introduced to the U.S. by Breeder plants.

Narrow Upright

1.8m

1m

4

76.00 3 Gallon

135.00 6 Gallon

 

Thuja occidentalis 'Mr. Bowling Ball'
This dwarf arborvitae has the perfect spherical habit that lends form and structure to the garden. The foliage is a soft silver green with a fine, almost lacy, texture.

Globe Shape

1m

1m

3

69.00 3 Gallon

139.00 6 Gallon

 

Thuja occidentalis 'Primo'
Rich, deep green summer colour combines with the compact textural foliage and naturally sculpted spire-like shape making this new selection an unexpected breakthrough for the hardy common Arborvitae. With a muted green winter colour, a very young tree has proportions perfect for mini-scapes or container gardening. As it ages, an elegant small tree develops. The natural character as a specimen is the finest quality a conifer can offer the landscape in either cold or moderate climates. Primo!

Narrow Upright

1.2m

30cm

3

57.00 1 Gallon

117.00 3 Gallon

198.00 6 Gallon

New

Thuja occidentalis 'Tater Tot'
Its neat, rounded shape is ideal for sprucing up any space in your yard! It naturally grows as a tidy little globe of fragrant, fan-like evergreen foliage. It's quite tolerant of shade, too, so you can plant it just about anywhere and enjoy year-round beauty from this easy care native shrub.

Globe Shape

60cm

60cm

3

31.00 1 Gallon

New

Thuja occidentalis 'Zmatlik'
'Zmatlik' is a hardy, adaptable American Arborvitae with a comfortable columnar habit, good colour and fine texture. Its foliage resembles the thick, ruffled foliage of 'Degroot's Spire,' but it has a smaller scale and a darker colour. Its upright form develops slowly to make a great focal point or privacy screen. Found as a seedling by Mr. Zmatlik in the Czech Republic in 1984.

Narrow Upright

2.5m

1m

3

29.00 1 Gallon

69.00 3 Gallon

139.00 6 Gallon

 

Tsuga c. 'Forest Fountain'
This is a beautiful upright tree that has upswept branches which arch outward like a fountain; makes a wonderful garden accent or landscape focal point; likes sunshine and acidic moist soil

Broad Upright

3m

2.4m

4

135.00 3 Gallon

New

Tsuga c. 'Summer Snow'
New growth in spring is white, which is in strong contrast to the dark-green interior foliage; the new foliage greens as it matures.

Broad Upright

3m

2.4m

4

135.00 3 Gallon

New

Tsuga canadensis 'Coles Prostrate'
Stiffly weeping main branches make a truly prostrate growing plant. Useful to highlight contours of stone in the rock garden. Prefers partial shade.

Prostrate Dwarf

30cm

1m

4

64.00 1 Gallon

125.00 3 Gallon

238.00 6 Gallon

 

Tsuga canadensis 'Dawsoniana'
Dawsons Canadian Hemlock. Extremely attractive tufts of short, bright green needles give the gracefully arching shoots of this compact, multi-stemmed plant a dense look. Selected by Jackson Dawson at the Hunnewell Arboretum in 1927, Tsuga canadensis Dawsoniana grows slowly, but attains a full, bushy form. Among the most attractive of the wide-leafed cultivars.

Broad Upright

3.6m

2.4m

4

236.00 6 Gallon

New

Tsuga canadensis 'Gentsch White'
Tsuga canadensis Gentsch White is a variegated, globose shrub that will brighten most any shady spot. Its creamy white branch tips are especially intense in fall and winter, and an annual shearing will maintain a compact habit and encourage new white growth. A vigorous grower, Tsuga canadensis Gentsch White responds very well to shearing for a pleasing and manageable form. From Otto Gentsch, Long Island, New York.

Globe Shape

3m

3m

3

135.00 3 Gallon

254.00 6 Gallon

 

Tsuga canadensis 'Golden Splendor'
Golden Splendor Canadian Hemlock. This graceful, elegant, fast-growing Canadian Hemlock resembles the species in all but colour: this one, introduced by John Mitsch, Aurora, Oregon, is golden. Unlike other golden cultivars, Tsuga canadensis Golden Splendor tolerates full sun and produces brighter colour with more exposure. Planted in a row, it can be sheared into a golden hedge or give it a special place in the garden to be a bright and revered single specimen.

Broad Upright

7.5m

4.5m

4

197.00 6 Gallon

 

Tsuga canadensis 'Jeddeloh'
Jeddeloh Canadian Hemlock. Tsuga canadensis Jeddeloh is a dwarf, spreading mound, sometimes referred to as Birds Nest Hemlock, this seedling cultivar has a unique, depressed, funnel shape at its center. The slow-growing plant has bright green foliage with feathery, arching tips. Discovered by Jeddeloh Nursery in 1950, growing in a German cemetery.

Spreading

60cm

1.2m

4

237.00 6 Gallon

New

Tsuga canadensis 'Moon Frost'
Bright white new growth, reminiscent of the glow of frost on a moonlit night. Older green inner foliage retains light tones giving the plant an overall whitish appearance. In winter, the white foliage is blushed with pink. A reliable small dwarf conifer.

Globe Shape

1m

1m

3

59.00 1 Gallon

159.00 3 Gallon

 

Tsuga canadensis 'Pendula'
This weeping form of Canadian hemlock is a widely known and used plant, staked and trained to develop height and character. Branches are pendulous, forming a thick exterior shell of foliage.

Weeping Upright

Variable

3.5m

4

295.00 6 Gallon

 

Tsuga diversifolia 'Loowit'
Small, blunt needles look like green grains of rice interspersed with tiny brown buds. Diminutive branches crowded with branchlets form a tight, congested bun. This dwarf hemlock was selected from seed collected in the high alpine region of Fukushima prefecture, Japan. It was given the Native American name for Mt. St. Helens, Iseli Nursery's famous volcanic neighbor.

Globe Shape

1.5m

1.5m

4

143.00 3 Gallon

 

Tsuga diversifolia 'Minikin'
Minikin Japanese Hemlock. Small, wide, green, blunt-tipped needles sit at different angles along reddish brown shoots occasionally exposing their silvery-white undersides to give Tsuga diversifolia Minikin a special sparkle. Slow growing and globe shaped when young, it will become more vigorous and oval shaped. Hardy and thrives in many climates being tolerant of full sun to shady conditions when planted in well-drained, moist soil.

Broad Upright

1.8m

1.2m

4

74.00 1 Gallon

144.00 3 Gallon

294.00 6 Gallon

 



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