An Evergreen With Gorgeous Fall Color: PINUS (Pine) contorta ‘Chief Joseph’

If you’re looking for spectacular fall color then you need to check out this new variety of limber pine called ‘Chief Joseph’.   During the spring and summer this Pinus contorta doesn’t appear much different than other limber pines, a light green to green needle cast and soft look.  As the temperatures cool the true beauty of . . . → Read More: An Evergreen With Gorgeous Fall Color: PINUS (Pine) contorta ‘Chief Joseph’

Rare But Beautiful: JUNIPERUS (Juniper) squamata ‘Floriant’

You may be familiar with Juniper squamata ‘Blue Star”.  This variety is a special selection of ‘Blue Star’ that is variegated or blonde within the needles.  This plant seems to be also called ‘Boyko’s Starburst’ and occurred on a plant at Jimmy Boyko’s nursery near Sandy, Oregon. This particular variety was found in Europe to this . . . → Read More: Rare But Beautiful: JUNIPERUS (Juniper) squamata ‘Floriant’