Fastest growing conifers of all, growing on average 3ft per year.
Need to be maintained annually once they reach required height.
Gold eqivalent of Cupressus Leylandii (above). Not quite as fast growing - 2 to 2.5 feet per year.
Bright gold in summer, turning to a bronze colour in winter. They can also be used as a specimen conifer as they form a flame shape.
Not quite as fast growing as Leylandii. Has an advantage over Leylandii as you can cut into the old wood and new growth will appear.
Growth rate is around 12 to 18 inches per year.
Bushy conifer. Produces red berries. Various sizes available.
Pembury Blue - medium sized conifer - £25
Golden Wonder - medium sized conifer - £25
Aullumii Gold (below)
Silver Queen (below)
Prices range from £5 to £15
Thuja Rheingold - ultimately reaching 4 feet and turns copper-bronze in winter.
Thuja Rosedalis - ultimately reaching 5 feet and turns purple in winter.
Pygmea Argentia - grows to around 3 feet.
Cham Filifera Aurea - makes a gold mound.
Juniper Old Gold - low ground cover
Cham Sunkist - ultimately reaching 5 to 6 feet.
Thuja Holmstrup - reaches 6 feet. Compact growing habit.
Picea Mungo Mops
Picea Mungo Gnome
Juniper Skyrocket - ultimately reaches 9 feet and is a blue-grey colour.
Blue Arrow - not quite 9 feet and is more blue than Juniper Skyrocket (above). Very slim and pencil-like.
Juniper Suecica - narrow growing habit. Blue-green in colour.
Juniper Grey Owl - low spreading habit. Can become quite large.
Pfitzeriana Aurea - large low-growing conifer. Can spread 5 or 6 feet.
Deodara - pendulous habit. Graceful appearance.
Deodara Aurea - gold version of Deodara (above).
Canadensis - bushy conifer turning bronze in winter.
Abies Coreana (Korean Fir)
Bares purple cones from very early age.