Dwarf Conifers
ABIES procera BLAUE HEXE

Another of the forms produced after being found as a witches broom on another cultivar . Very dense growth of blue short needles on this very slow growing low bun shaped dwarf . With age it will slowly increase in height but not outgrow its position . 5 years 10cm. high by 30cm. wide .
CEDRUS atlantica UWE

A very dwarf and slow growing variety that grows flat on the ground . Pale light blue needles densely clothe this ideal container or small rockery subject . Like all dwarf and densely foliaged forms of Conifers , an occasional removal of dead interior foliage to stop the chance of fungal attack is beneficial . Possible size in 5 years , 30cm. in diameter by 5cm. high.
CEDRUS brevifolia KENWITH

Great miniature form of the Cypriot Cedar . Clothed in green short needles this dwarf upright tree like form with multiple leader growths is a superb addition to any rockery , or alternatively , would be ideal to grow in a red-maroon coloured pot . Maybe up to 90cm. high by 60cm. wide in 10 years.
CEDRUS deodara BLUE BALL

Stunning very dwarf form of the Himalayan Cedar . This rare little beauty has grey-blue needle foliage very densely arranged on its many short branches . With age the final shape becomes rounded but probably no more than 90cm. in diameter . Choice selection for rockery or container culture .
CEDRUS deodara BLUE DWARF

Another slow growing and very dense form of the Himalayan Cedar with grey-blue needle foliage . With age this selection becomes roughly upright and conical in outline . Like all the forms of true Cedars , prefers a bright sunny position to perform best . Similar in looks when young to C.d. Blue Ball . In 5 years could be 25cm. wide by 30cm. high .
CEDRUS deodara FORTH DWARF

A selection with many small branches that are heavily clothed in short grey-green needle foliage . Haphazard in shape when young but eventually maturing to a small dense and pyramidal imitation of the parent species . Tip pruning of the central leader will restrict height if desired . 5 years 90cm. high .
CEDRUS deodara GOLD NUGGET

A very dense and slow growing ground cover variety with small needle foliage coloured bright yellow-gold . Performs best in a garden situation if mulched with coarse bark or gravel to keep the foliage dryer , thus negating the chance of any fungal attack . Often grafted on short standards like C.a. Uwe , to allow free air movement over its foliage thereby keeping it dryer . 5 years can see it up to 60cm. across .
CEDRUS deodara HOLLANDIA

A small and eventually unevenly conical grower , that as a young plant has rich green needles that age to grey-green over time . It is best staked as a small specimen to develop a central leader and encourage an upright growth habit . If wanted , can be left without staking to form a low bun shape . 5 years growth should see it about 60cm. by 60cm.
CEDRUS deodara SCOTT

Creamy-grey needle colour on this slow growing very dense low and spreading selection . A good ground cover choice for smaller areas . Probably the best dwarfer growing selection of the Himalayan Cedar that is not a miniature . If desired this form can be staked upright to create a mounding effect . 5 years 1mtr. wide .