The Latin name "conifer" means "to bear cones." Most but not all conifers have cones. Conifers are among the smallest, largest and oldest living woody plants known. 500 conifer species are distributed worldwide and are invaluable for their timber but also adapt well to the landscape.
Conifers are highly attractive landscaping plants, they may be used in formal settings, for hedges and avenues, they range from prostrate weeping shrubs to tall elegant specimen trees. They are versatile and varied.
Conifer Thuja orientalis Blue Cone
Conifer Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Gracilis
Conifer Chamaecyparis thyoides RUBICON
Conifer Cupressocyparis Leylandii GOLD RIDER
Conifer Cupressocyparis leylandii GOLDEN NUGGET
Conifer Cupressocyparis leylandii LEIGHTON GREEN
Conifer Cupressocyparis leylandii NAYLORS BLUE
Conifer Juniperus chinensis KAIZUKA
Conifer Juniperus chinensis Spartan
Conifer Juniperus scopulorum BLUE ARROW
Conifer Thuja occidentalis Rheingold
Conifer Thuja orientalis Morgan
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