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Caucasian Spruce (Picea Orientalis)

Hardiness: zones 5-8 Features: short, blunted needles; golden cultivars (‘Skylands’, ‘Aurea’) are very attractive Limitations: generally pest-free Culture: adaptable, but needs sun and...

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Nordmann Fir (Abies Nordmanniana)

Hardiness: zones 4-7 Features: lush, shining green needles on neat, regular whorls of branches; strong, pleasant aroma Limitations: subject to balsam woolly...

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Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria Japonica)

Hardiness: zones 6-9 Features: interesting dark green foliage; many fancy cultivars to choose from Limitations: few pests or diseases Culture: sun or shade,

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Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga Menziesii)

Forms of the Douglas Fir in the B.C. interior are hardier, more compact and bluer-needled than coastal types.

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Dwarf Alberta Spruce (Picea Glauca var. Albertiana 'Conica')

Hardiness: zones 3-7 Features: small, densely needled cone Limitations: prone to damage by spruce aphid and spruce mite; pungent aroma Culture: adaptable, but...

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Limber Pine or 'Vanderwolf's Pyramid' (Pinus Flexius)

Hardiness: zones 3-8 Features: beautiful blue needles and conical growth; pleasant aroma Limitations: blister rust; not drought tolerant Culture: requires sun and good...

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Norway Spruce (Picea Abies)

Hardiness: zones 3-8 Features: many fancy cultivars to choose from; strong aroma Limitations: prone to damage by spruce aphid and spruce mite;...

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Noble Fir (Abies Procera)

Hardiness: zones 5-7 Features: short, blue-green brush-like needles on neat, regular whorls of branches; strong, pleasant aroma Limitations: subject to balsam woolly...

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White Fir (Abies Concolor)

Hardiness: zones 3-7 Features: long, blue needles on neat, regular whorls of branches; a number of fancy cultivars available Limitations: subject to...

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Serbian Pruce (Picea Omorika)

Hardiness: zones 5-8. Features: narrow cone; similar to native Engelmann spruce (Picea engelmannii, zone 2–6), but smaller and more pest-free Limitations: few...

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Grow a Winter Wonderland

Winter in the garden is far from dull. For rain climates, some plants actually look their best during or just...

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Trim Your Tree

The myriad of growth habits, shapes, scents and colours of trees available is reflected in the realm of decoration: dazzlingly...

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The GardenWise guide to choosing a Christmas tree

Confused about Christmas Trees? You're not the only one. Douglas Justice takes the mystery out of choosing the perfect tree...

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Add winter colour with a container of foliage

Best in full sun or partial shade and hardy to zone 5, ‘Gold Splash’ looks great in containers and has...

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Strange But True…

Although the male flowers of Helwingia japonica are small and not showy, they are still quite special: the flowers emerge...

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Chill Thrill

A late snowfall caught this spike winterhazel in bloom, a dusting of powder accentuating its cheerful blossoms. Truly a four-season...

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