Great Plant Picks – This choice, low-growing evergreen is an admirable grower in the Northwest. Its delicate, lacy foliage sits in graceful layers, Each branch tip turns slightly down, adding a.
Microbiota: micro, small, biota, Greek name of genus Thuja; decussata: leaves in pairs, each pair at right angle to the pair above or below. Click image to enlarge plant habit, summer
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from winter winds that typically blow in from the northwest. Russian arborvitae (Microbiota decussata) is a shade-toleran.
Good plants for a shaded bank with deer around? Gardening Q&A with George Weigel – That eliminates all but some of the most durable plants.
and I wouldn’t include azaleas as one that’s likely to live long or escape deer browsing. One low, spreading, soft-needled evergreen you migh.
Kolkwitzia Amabilis Plant – Pink Cloud One of the best known of its species, Kolkwitzia amabilis ‘Pink Cloud’ holds a prestigious RHS AGM. From May to June the arching stems play host to masses of pale pink, trumpet-shaped blooms. As the flowers fade, the dark green foliage makes an elegant backdrop for. Kolkwitzia amabilis ‘Pink Cloud’ is a very desirable, vigorous,
Combine it with some Siberian cypress, Microbiota decussata, and some Acrocona Norway spruce, and you have a wonderful textural tapestry. This conifer melange will not take foot traffic. Whatever you.
Siberian Carpet Cypress. Beautiful in texture and color, this evergreen gives year-round interest to the garden. Foliage is bright green in the spring, a rich dark green in the summer, and develops purple highlights in the winter.
This plant, however, is a charming little evergreen that almost.
I love grouping three of them together in the garden. Siberian Cypress (Microbiota decussata): A Russian selection, Siberian Cypress.
Name: Microbiota decussata. Description: Microbiota is an elegant, low-growing evergreen conifer with soft, weeping foliage. Hardiness: USDA Zones 2-8. In the landscape: Microbiota is an outstanding and versatile evergreen groundcover that can be used in full to partial sun. It will drape gracefully over retaining walls and can be used as a border plant.
Microbiota decussata, commonly called Siberian cypress or Russian arborvitae, is a dwarf, evergreen conifer that forms a shrubby ground cover to 8-12” tall with indefinitely spreading stems that nod at the tips. May spread to as much as 10-12’.
Juniperus Horizontalis Plant – Andorra Compact Photinia Fraseri Plant – Little Red Robin Photinia x fraseri is a large, hybrid (P. glabra and P. serrulata), evergreen shrub that typically grows to 10-15′ tall and as wide. It is often commonly called red tip or red top (particularly in the deep South where it has been frequently planted) in celebration of the