Would you like to keep your garden nice and green for as long as possible? Then conifers are a good choice. These trees remain green throughout the year. This is partly because most species are hardy. You can find many of these trees in Scandinavia, Canada or other Northern areas, but they are also common in Central Europe. Conifers do not have flat leaves, but needle-like ones. Examples of conifers are pines and the cedar.
Various conifer species
There are various conifer species. We have a great assortment of conifers, such as the green-tinted or the silver and blue-tinted types. We have, among others, the Korean fir, with shiny, blue-green needles, one of the most elegant species of the silver spruce family (see Abies koreana), the blue dwarf cedar with a creeping growth habit, and cedar trees. Whichever conifer you choose, you are assured of a beautiful, good quality tree that will be a great asset to your garden. During the winter months, and especially during holidays such as Christmas and New Year, these trees look spectacular under a layer of snow.