Tagged: dwarf weeping white pine

Hickory Hollow Nursery and Garden Center Photo Library of Dwarf Trees

Buxus Microphylla 'Kingsville'AbiesAbies cephalonica Meyer's Dwarf - 2Abies cephalonica Meyer's Dwarf - pollen conesAbies koreana CisAbies koreana Green Carpet
Abies koreana Green Carpet-foliage-coneAbies koreana Kristal KugelAbies koreana TundraAbies nordmanniana Golden SpreaderAbies procera Glauca ProstrataBuxus Microphylla 'Kingsville'
Buxus Microphylla 'Kingsville'Buxus Microphylla var. Japonica 'Morris Midget'Cedrus deodara Home ParkCedrus deodara Prostrate BeautyCedrus libani brevifolia KenwithCephalotaxus harringtonia Prostrata
Cercis Canadensis 'Dwarf'Chamaecyparis obtusa Butter BallChamaecyparis obtusa ChirimenChamaecyparis obtusa ConfuciusChamaecyparis obtusa GemstoneChamaecyparis obtusa Gnome standard

Dwarf Trees, a set on Flickr.

Conifer sizes

From massive forest giants to miniscule mounds of elegant foliage, the appropriate size will depend on the landscape situation. The typical landscape today is limited in space, making size an important issue when choosing plants. The American Conifer Society has adopted, as a relative guide, the following four size categories for conifers:* Miniature, dwarf, intermediate and large.

 

 

Hickory Hollow Nursery and Garden Center Photo Library of Weeping Trees

Picea Pungens 'Spingarn'Abies alba 'Green Spiral'Abies alba Green SpiralBetula 'Youngii'Cedrus Atlantica 'Glauca Pendula'Cedrus libani Glauca Pendula
Cercis Canadensis 'Lavender Twist'Cercis Canadensis 'Lavender Twist'Cercis Canadensis 'Lavender Twist'Cornus Kousa 'Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica ' Purple Fountain'Fagus Sylvatica ' Purple Fountain'
Fagus Sylvatica ' Purple Fountain'Fagus Sylvatica 'Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica 'Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica 'Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica 'Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica 'Pendula'
Fagus Sylvatica 'Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica 'Purpurea Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica 'Purpurea Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica 'Purpurea Pendula'Fagus Sylvatica 'Purpurea Pendula'Juniperus communis Oblonga Pendula

Weeping Trees, a set on Flickr.

Any tree having pendulous branches.

Pinus Strobus “Niagra Falls”

2009 Collector's Conifer of the Year

2009 Collector’s Conifer of the Year

Appearing like a broad, cascading waterfall on a mighty river, this form of weeping white pine is an improvement of the very popular weeping tree often used in commercial and residential landscapes. It is dense and full in appearance, with short inter-nodes and numerous branches; all cascading from the highest point the plant is trained to. Brothers Mike and Ken Yeager of Hickory Hollow Nursery and Garden Center and Hickory Hollow Landscapers at 713 Rt. 17, Tuxedo, NY, found this plant in 1998, near Congers, NY. They sent the scions to Iseli Nursery in …