Miniature Conifers For Pots. Unlike other similar varieties, ‘nana’ has needles around each stem which helps to create a fuller appearance. Its rounded growth habit and condensed branches create a healthy full looking specimen that is a great source of colour all year around.
It grows up to 10 inches high and 15 inches wide and is hardy from zones 5 to 7. Abies balsamea 'nana' abies balsamea 'nana' is one of the most popular varieties of dwarf conifer. All are miniature slow growing dwarf varieties suitable for pots, baskets, tubs or out in the garden.
It Grows Up To 3 Feet High And 18 Inches Wide And Is Hardy From Zones 2 To 6.
Landscaping cypress trees and shrubs can be narrow, columnar trees or bushy conical or rounded shrubs. Banshoho has grown 6 inches per year, resulting in a shrub 5 feet tall in 10 years, so it is a dwarf conifer. Your best bet is to look at growth rates.
Evergreen Conifers Of Larger Size Keep A Container Interesting All Year And Fit Beautifully Into Outdoor Winter Decorating Schemes.
Chamaecyparis obutsa ‘golden sprite’ chamaecyparis obutsa ‘golden sprite’ is shown in the foreground. The little conifer in the front, picea glauca 'alberta globe' is about 12 inches per year tall, so will have grown less than 1 inch per year, and is considered a miniature. We have lots of small evergreen conifers available and ready to plant now.
Many Gardeners Use A Potted Cypress Tree Or Potted Cedar Trees As A Backdrop For Flowers In Containers.
Accessorize the pot with stones and creeping perennials to evoke a full landscape in miniature.