Pinus contorta Taylors Sunburst - Closeup: Deer Resistant Brilliant, golden-yellow, new growth erupts in spring and makes a vibrant show-stopper. The striking color lasts for weeks, then gradually softens to a light, yellow-green as the foliage hardens. Red pollen cones add contrast to this specimen.
Abies balsamea Old Ridge
Picea glauca ‘Pixie’ is a miniature spire that was discovered as a sport from Picea glauca ‘Albertiana Conica’, the dwarf Alberta spruce. It is exceptionally dense with miniature foliage. Here a single specimen is planted with sempervivems, sedums, and other dwarf conifers. It will never crowd its neighbors and can remain in this location for many years.
Pinus parviflora 'Tanima no uki' - Japanese White Pine - White & pink are 2 colors one would never expect in a pine, but this selection produces candles w/ a cream-pink cast in spring, & the new growth can appear almost pure white against the tree's older gray-green foliage. Colors are most prominent at the top of the plant, where it is growing quickly, but can be seen throughout. Grows as much as 6" a year in a well established, sheltered location.
Picea pungens 'St. Mary's Broom'
Picea pungens 'St. Mary's Broom' - St. Mary's Broom Colorado Spruce - Buy at Conifer Kingdom