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Cryptomeria japonica 'Yokohama'

Cryptomeria japonica 'Yokohama' forms a small ball of thick deep green foliage, making it ideal for rockeries, borders and containers. This lovely little conifer is straightforward to maintain - needing no pruning at all. It turns a dark green-bronze during…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Borders

  • Longevity: Shrub

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despatch by end of january 2019

Cryptomeria japonica 'Vilmorin Gold'

Cryptomeria japonica 'Vilmorin Gold' forms small balls of thick green foliage, which slowly takes shape in rockeries, low-maintenance gardens and beds. This dwarf conifer is easy to grow either in your garden or in pots. In winter the lovely green foliage turns a…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Borders

  • Longevity: Shrub

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Cryptomeria japonica 'Vilmoriniana'

Cryptomeria japonica 'Vilmoriniana' is easy to grow and consequently, one of our most popular dwarf conifers. It looks good in almost every type of garden and forms a globe of olive green leaves. The attractive foliage of Cryptomeria japonica 'Vilmoriniana…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Borders

  • Longevity: Shrub

2 Options From£14.99

despatch by end of january 2019

Cryptomeria japonica 'Compressa'

This dwarf conifer, Cryptomeria japonica 'Compressa', form a perfectly round 'football' shape. It's perfect for almost all alpine gardens and rockeries or dotted among low growing border plants. The rich green foliage evolves into a brilliant bronze in autumn,…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Borders

  • Longevity: Shrub

2 Options From£12.99

despatch by end of january 2019