5 edition of Garden Conifers in Colour found in the catalog.
|Statement||Random House Value Publishing|
|Publishers||Random House Value Publishing|
|LC Classifications||December 3, 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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Slow growing with a dwarf weeping form.
New needles are a soft light green darkening by summer and turning a warm yellow in fall. A durable evergreen tolerant of urban pollution, poor soils and hot dry locations once well established.
Tolerates shade quite well but is just as happy in full sun. Full sun is best for maintaining a neat growth habit. Forms an undulating conical mound in time. Must have sharp drainage, best in full sun but tolerant of partial shade. Our selection of dwarf conifers is always changing! If you need help selecting a few for your garden as any one of our expert horticulturists or consider our Lyle Courtice A.
Not a good selection for very hot or dry locations.
Castens Wintergold is an outstanding specimen in smaller gardens, or as a plant for groupings to make a bold statement in larger landscapes. Makes a handsome garden specimen with a dense conical habit in youth becoming more open with age.
New growth is bright lime green maturing to an attractive dark green. Good drainage in average moist soil. The feathery foliage is bright yellow to lime-green changing to burnished bronze in winter. Great in the rock garden. Full sun to light shade in moist, friable well-drained soil.
Full sun for best colouring.
Prefers full sun and is highly adaptable to almost any well-drained soil.
Likes friable, well-drained moist soils; intolerant of hot dry locations.