White Cedar.An attractive, evergreen conifer. Light, yellowish-green foliage takes on a slight bronze tinge in the autumn and maintains remarkable colour stability during the winter months. A fast growing variety which displays up to 60cm of new growth per year.
White Cedar. A stronger growing thuja with bright golden-yellow foliage throughout the year. Pyramidal in habit. Height 2m. Evergreen. Hardy. Harmful if eaten.
White Cedar. A neat dwarf conical conifer with bright green leaves all through the year. Height 1m. Spread 80cm. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten.
Western Red Cedar. A tall conifer with cinnamon-red bark and aromatic dark glossy green leaves. Height 22-35m. Spread 6-9m. Evergreen. Hardy. Harmful if eaten.
Western Red Cedar. A tall conifer with cinnamon-red bark and aromatic bright green foliage turning bronze in winter. Height 5m. Evergreen. Good hedging alternative to leylandii, fast growing.