"Pinus mugo mughus may also be called the dwarf mountain pine.This evergreen little dwarf conifer has branching, upright stems evenly covered in 2-inch-long needles of a deep, dark true green.Thanks to its low growth, mugho pine can be used at the front of a border or anywhere you want year-round greenery in conifer form. Can tolerate all well drained soil. "
At first signs of spring these snow-white roses will break free from their buds and show off their winter white petals. The creaminess of their color is hard to find anywhere else. This rose is happy to perform as a landscape addition, a climber, or in a lovely pot. Disease-resistant and easy to grow.
Nice slender tree with an oval, rather compact shape. Foliage is dark green in season and turns yellow-brown in fall. Bloom appear end of June, beginning of July ; nice showy panicles (15-30 cm long) of creamy white, lightly fragrant flowers. Prune after flowering, if necessary; faded flowers should be removed. This tree tolerates urban pollution. Use as a specimen, as an alignment tree or in groups.
Upright, oval rounded, deciduous tree. Blooms in June with slightly fragrant, creamy white flowers. Foliage is dark green with minimal fall color. Young bark is shiny, and reddish-brown. A very hardy and trouble-free small tree. Easy to grow.
Big shrub with upright branches. Panicles of single deep purple red flowers, very fragrant in May. Prune after flowering, if needed. Used mainly for its spectacular flowers and pleasant fragrance, in large scale massing or to create screens.
Egg-shaped cedar with medium green foliage turning a bronzy shade in winter. Cedars grow in full sun; partial shade is tolerated but plants become thin, open and much less appealing. Use it isolated or for a rock garden.
Lush light green growth on a tightly pyramidal form makes this cedar ideal for screens and accent plantings. Cedars grow in full sun, partial shade is tolerated but plants become thin, open and much less appealing.