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Growing the Korean Fir - Abies koreana

Looking for a Tree to Grow in Your Small Yard? Try the Korean Fir

Plant a conifer in your yard for a low-maintenance, durable tree that adds shade and privacy and curb appeal to your front yard or backyard. See our top picks for conifers that will fit with any landscape and grows in many climates.

The Best Conifers for Your Yard

Silver Korean Fir-This is one of the most stunning evergreens we've ever seen. Silver Korean fir offers a dense, beautiful habit and white-bottomed needles that curl up toward the stem. This gives the tree a decidedly flocked appearance year-round

Abies koreana 'Silberlocke'

PP Abies koreana 'Silberlocke'. Not sure about this one and variety Siberlocke Abies koreana 'Silberlocke'

Abies pinsapo 'Horstmann'

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Kigi Nursery - Abies koreana ' Silberlocke ' Korean Fir, $20.00 (http://www.kiginursery.com/firs/abies-koreana-silberlocke-korean-fir/)

Abies koreana ' Silberlocke ' Korean Fir

Abies koreana 'Silberlocke' The needles of this small, pyramidal Korean Fir Tree are recurved, displaying the silver-white undersides. This characteristic gives a gleaming color and uncommonly beautif

Juncus 'Blue Dart' Rush 14-16" H 8-12" W Full Sun, North American  Moderate Water

Juncus 'Blue Dart' Rush H W Full Sun, North American Moderate Water

Abies koreana ' Silberperle ' Miniature Korean Fir - Evergreen conifer with a dense rounded form. Tiny blue green needles curve around the stem, revealing silvery undersides. Cute little tight bud clusters Wonderful in a container or rock garden. Many names have created confusion of this cultivar. The 6 other names as stated on American Conifer Society website. 'Silberperle' is stated to be the correct name. Prefers organic rich well-drained soil. Zones 4-9, 10"x10", Full sun

Abies koreana ' Silberperle ' Miniature Korean Fir

Abies koreana 'Silberperle' Miniature Korean Fir evergreen conifer with a dense rounded form. Tiny blue green needles curve around the stem, revealing silvery undersides. Cute little tight bud cluster

Malathion Damage to Tomato Plants

If you're looking for a tomato plant that produces an abundant crop of large, red fruit, Trip-L-Crop (Lycopersicon esculentum) is an ideal choice. This open-pollinated heirloom variety grows on .

Germinate apple seeds

Ѽ How To Grow Apple Tree From A Seed ~ wrap seeds in a damp/wet paper towel ~ place in air tight bag, in fridge ~ keep moist ~ Leave for about till sprouts form ~ plant Ѽ

How to Grow Stevia and Make Homemade Stevia Extract: Drying stevia, making alcohol based stevia extract & water based stevia extract.

How to Grow Stevia and Make Homemade Stevia Extract

How to Grow Stevia and Make Homemade Stevia Extract: Drying stevia, making alcohol based stevia extract & water based stevia extract.

How to Grow and Care for Astilbe Plants

How to Grow and Care for Astilbe Plants

How to Grow Astilbes. Pink and White Astilbe Flowers and Hybrangeas - Maria Mosolova/Photodisc/Getty…

79 degrees in the shade - Dwarf Conifers

79 degrees in the shade

Abies koreana 'Silver Show' - and what a show it is with clusters of beautiful cones covering many branches on this tree.

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Battery Park City Garden by Piet Oudolf - image via The Battery Conservancy _/\/\/\/\/\_

‘Fastigiata’ Spruce (Picea pungens var. glauca ‘Fastigiata’)  Get the luxe look of a Colorado blue spruce in a tree that fits into small yards. ‘Fastigiata’ grows in a tight, columnar shape with a spread of 2 to 3 feet at maturity. It tops out around 15 feet. Needles have that classic blue spruce tint to them. Why we love it: Branches respond well to shearing, so you can keep plants even more narrow

14 Favorite Front Yard Trees

Discover front yard trees that provide curb appeal and beauty from the experts at HGTV Gardens.

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