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Conifers Brighten the Winter Garden 1.Euonymus alatus 'Compactus' (dwarf burning bush) 2.Thuja occidentalis 'Emerald Green, 3.Cotoneaster divaricatus (spreading cotoneaster) 4.'Aureovariegata' (variegated Alaska cedar, Nootka false cedar) 5.Picea 'Montgomery' (dwarf Colorado blue spruce) 6.'Mediterranean Pink' (Darley Dale heath) 7.Picea 'Pendula' (weeping Norway spruce) 8.'Golden Mop' (Sawara cypress)

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Use Evergreens to Make an Impact

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Blue Spruce (Colorado Spruce) Bluish tint, evergreen, pyramid shaped

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Baby Blue Eyes Spruce (semi-dwarf blue spruce) for front of house

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#flowers #winterflowering #garden photography #gardens #garden ideas #frosty plants #colourful plants in winter

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Dwarf conifers. I love the different blues and greens and yellows, not to mention the beautiful shapes.

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Details about HD in Paris Anthropologie Ruffled Picea Buttondown Shirt Top Blouse 12 OWL NWT

Beautiful blouse from Anthropologie. Didn't fit me so its never been worn. Colors are black and ivory with royal blue accent buttons. By HD in Paris. Machine wash. Button front. | eBay!

Dwarf Colorado blue spruce Picea pungens Globosa with heaths and heathers in garden in spring

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The Globe Spruce (tree form) Picea pungens 'Glauca Globosa' grows to be around 6' tall with a spread of 5'. This is definitely the most popular Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce, great accent for sunny, well-drained locations. Spring foliage will have the best blue-gray color. It's tolerant of urban areas and can grow in polluted areas.

Picea pungens( Colorado Spruce) 'Glauca prostrata' Zone: 3-7 Height: 1-2' tall x 6-10' wide Light Needs: Full sun Low maintenance needled evergreen with blue-green silver coloring. Spreads along the ground on horizontal rigid branches. Can tolerate some light shade. Prefers moist, rich soil. Makes an excellent groundcover or a specimen in the rock garden. Rabbit, deer, drought, and pollution