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Native to the Canary Islands and Madeira — Juniperus cedrus has been listed as endangered since 2000 by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, but it is starting to regain ground. Both tall and broad, ultimately reaching more than 50 feet in height, this juniper is cloaked with graceful, dramatic swags of pendulous blue-green foliage. Zones 7 to 9.
A dwarf form of Taiwan-native Cunninghamia lanceolata, ‘Little Leo’ forms a globe of soft, densely packed needles, looking like a pincushion. After 10 years, this rare conifer will still be less than 3 feet tall. Leaves are dark green during the growing season, taking on a bronzy, purplish cast in winter. Zones 7 to 9.
Discovered as a witch’s broom on Cryptomeria japonica ‘Gracilis’, C. japonica ‘Little Champion’ is a dwarf form with a tidy globular shape, about 1 to 2 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide in 10 years. The finely textured needles, pale-green color and compact size make this a perfect container or rock-garden plant. Zones 6 to 8.
In Belgium, proof that a restrained palette of just eight plants can have exuberant results
Designer and homeowner share a passion for plants in a jewel-box garden in Berkeley
Davis Dalbok and an East Coast transplant respect a classic Eichler bungalow and complete the vision of "living in the garden." Now that's worth celebrating.
Traditional materials used for jazzing up the season have a long history, but floral designer David Winston offers his own take on these popular holiday plants.
The check and balance between objects resonates throughout a stunning São Paulo garden
Building on the fan base established by hot-pink ‘Blazin’ Rose’, ‘Blazin Lime’ has lime-green leaves with cream markings and fuchsia stems. From Ball Horticultural Company. Zone 8.
Part folk artist, though with a surrealistic bent, and part Edward Scissorhands, though without the angst, topiary creator extraordinaire Pearl Fryar is the humblest celebrity you'll ever meet.
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