While I was gardening

The art of gardening and the science of life.

Good Things come in Small Packages, page 2

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 The genus Chamaecyparis is a good group to start with if you want to add small and/or true dwarf conifers to your garden.  The following trees show a small example of the wide variety of trees in this genus.

Chamaecyparis obtusa, Nana Gracilis Aurea; C. obtusa, ‘Baldwin Variegata’; C. pisifera, ‘Curly Top’.

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Author: dphare2014

Horticulturist, Lead Steward Carkeek Park Demonstration Gardens, Author

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