Coniferous and deciduous seedlings bare roots and P9
Conifers are a great choice for any garden or green space. If you want to keep your garden green all year round, conifers are the only option. In contrast to deciduous plants, conifers are green in all seasons and please with their appearance, which does not change much with the change of seasons. These trees and shrubs are not so luxuriant, so it is very convenient to grow them and they do not require much care. Many conifers are fascinated by their natural appearance, but pruning them can also give the plants a unique shape. All these properties make conifers extremely popular.
The range of conifers is really surprising: trees and shrubs differ not only in their shape and needles, but also in shades that vary from dark green to bright yellow. Due to their diversity, conifers are ideal for any stylistic garden, flower bed, they can also be grown on a balcony or terrace – undemanding plants grow well in pots. Coniferous plants can be chosen to create a partition, shade for other plants, they perfectly complement various flower compositions, grow into hedges.
Conifers take root easily and grow relatively quickly, which is why they will be especially popular with those who want to quickly create a home environment and are looking for practical solutions. You can choose conifers by color scheme or size, but remember that these plants are relatively simple to form, so you don’t necessarily need to transplant trees to refresh your environment. Conifers “get along” well with other plants, so they can be used to create the framework of a flower bed or green area, replacing annual plants every year and thus creating a completely different style. Discover the variety of conifers and choose plants to decorate your environment.
Conifers are a long-lasting, low-maintenance choice, making them plants for practical people who want to enjoy a manicured environment and a piece of nature in their home year-round. In the warm season, conifers are charming with a fresh shade, and in winter they will become the main accent of the exterior decor.
Deciduous trees are trees and shrubs that have flat leaves. Deciduous trees are green only in the warm season, they drop their leaves when the weather cools down, but there are also evergreen plants.
Deciduous trees are very different from each other: leaf shape, color, flowers, fruits. Many deciduous trees are distinguished by their flowers, but when choosing plants, it is worth paying attention to their flowering time: for example, many fruit bushes and fruit trees bloom in spring, while some ornamental plants bloom only in autumn. Taking this into account, the entire green space should be formed, the flowering time should be planned and the plants should be combined with each other.
Deciduous plants are very unique, so when choosing a plant, always pay attention to its planting time and needs. Some plants like sun, others like partial shade or moist soil. It is worth paying attention to the needs of plants, because only in the right environment will the plant be able to reveal all its beauty. Plan the space you want to plant, taking into account the recommendations, and you will easily find the plants you are looking for in a large assortment of trees and shrubs.
No garden or greenery is complete without foliage, these plants are one of the most popular choices for both large and small spaces. However, it should be noted that deciduous trees often require a bit more maintenance than conifers. On the other hand, many people prefer deciduous trees because of their decorativeness, originality and unique appearance.
Wholesale of coniferous and deciduous seedlings.
Abies lasiocarpa arizonica
Picea Engelmanni/Picea glauca/Picea mariana/Picea orientali
Picea pungens glauca (Kaibab, Apache)
Pinus concorta v. concorta
Pinus mugo mughus/pumilio
Pinus mugo uncinta
Pinus nigra var. austriaca/nigra
Pseudotsuga manziesii glauca
Acer ginnala, tatarica
Berberis thunbergii/thunbergii Atropurpurea
Berberis vulgaris/vulgaris Atropurpurea
Betula maximowicziana/Betula papirifera
Cercis canadensis/Cercis siliquastrum
Cornus alba (Aurea, Elegantissima, Sibirica)
Cornus kousa/var. chinensis
Cornus sericea (stolonifera)
Cotoneaster bullatus/Cotoneaster divaricatus
Fagus sylvatica Atropunicea
Forsythia x intermedia
Spiraea x bumalda