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Pinus nigra 'Oregon Green'

Pinus nigra 'Oregon Green' is a moderately slow growing black pine, forming a pyramidal tree composed of open, upright branches. Stiff, bright green, slightly twisted needles, up to 12cm long, grow in pairs. In spring, new shoots emerge as erect, waxy candles and are followed by miniature cones…  More Info

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Pinus mugo 'Pumilio Group'

The Dwarf Mountain Pine is particularly slow-growing. This spreading conifer will stay neat and compact for many years, eventually forming a mound of spreading branches covered by dense green needles. With maturity, female cones are produced at the tips of the stems. Pinus mugo ?Pumilo Group'…  More Info

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Pinus densiflora 'Low Glow'

…wreathed in long, bright green needles borne in pairs. Pinus densiflora 'Low Glow' also features small, yellow-brown cones. This very slow-growing pine is a good choice for smaller spaces such as courtyard gardens. It will also thrive in coastal areas. Maximum height and spread: 150cm (5ft). Plant…  More Info

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Pinus parviflora 'Glauca'

This handsome specimen tree features an elegant habit, beautifully coloured needles and a tough constitution - qualities that have been recognised with an RHS Award of Garden Merit. Pinus parviflora 'Glauca' makes an excellent focal tree for Asian-themed gardens and coastal locations. It is also a…  More Info

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Pinus thunbergii 'Kotobuki'

Pinus thunbergii 'Kotobuki' is a popular choice for bonsai, but also a fine specimen for small and narrow spaces and container growing in courtyards, terraces and patios. A moderate-growing, dwarf conifer, it is valued for its distinctive and graceful pyramidal form. This multi-stemmed tree bears…  More Info

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Penstemon pinifolius 'Mersea Yellow'

…an altogether different plant that is better suited to gravel gardens, rockeries and containers. The fine evergreen foliage has the appearance of pine needles, giving it the common name of pine-leaved penstemon. Slender, upward-facing tubular yellow flowers are produced throughout summer. The plant…  More Info

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Monkey Puzzle Tree

A towering giant from the volcanic slopes of the Chilean Andes, the Monkey Puzzle Tree, or Chile Pine, is a majestic specimen for a large garden. Sharply pointed, leathery green leaves completely cover each branch, giving rise to the common name 'monkey puzzle' as it was thought monkeys would be…  More Info

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Platycladus orientalis 'Aurea Nana'

…a height of 90cm, making it an ideal confier for alpine gardens and rockeries and it will last for many years. They are very robust and can grow in all types of soil and conditions. Platycladus orientalis ?Aurea Nana' has golden green foliage and has a fresh pine scent. Height and spread: 90cm (36).  More Info

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Hanging Wooden Succulent Shelf & Plants

This hanging plant shelf comes ready furnished with 8 different succulents to start your succulent collection. Made from natural pine wood, hessian and a rope cord it?s perfect for creating that authentic, rustic look. Succulents are drought tolerant plants which don?t demand too much attention so…  More Info

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Bark Screen Roll

…landing requirements and has been heated treated to remove the potential presence of the tree pest Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (also known as the Pine Wood Nermatode). Please note that due to the weight of this product this is a red lorry item, delivery will take between 5 and 7 days and is charged…  More Info

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Pinus wallichiana

…conifer, forming an elegant pyramidal tree with cascading, tassel-like needles and attractive cones. Often considered to be the most handsome of all pine species, it has been recognised with an RHS Award of Garden Merit. Pinus wallichiana has a broad pyramidal habit with horizontal lower branches…  More Info

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Pinus densiflora 'Umbraculifera'

…but graceful fan-shape whilst revealing attractive, orange-brown flaking bark. Pinus densiflora 'Umbraculifera' is a very hardy, wind-tolerant pine that adapts to a wide range of soils, providing they are well drained. Height and spread: 2-4m (6.5ft-13ft). Plant height and spread is seasonal…  More Info

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Wollemia nobilis

…specimen tree. It is a coniferous tree discovered in an Australian rainforest and will withstand temperatures down to minus 10. It is a slow growing Pine, and ideally planted in well drained and reliably moist conditions. Light green foliage grows in the spring and darkens as it matures. It has…  More Info

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Pinus sylvestris

…in the UK landscape, this tough conifer is a British native and positively thrives on poorer soils. Pinus sylvestris is better known as the Scots Pine, forming a slender upright trunk with a bushy canopy above. The short needles are dark green, contrasting with the scaly, grey bark of its trunk…  More Info

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