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Take time to browse through the plant selections in our online nursery . You’ll find common and reliable landscape plants as well as new and exotic varieties!

Oregon Grown
        Specialty Plants

Take time to browse through the plant selections in our online nursery . You’ll find common and reliable landscape plants as well as new and exotic varieties!

Abies koreana 'Cis'

Abies koreana 'Cis' | Conifers

Abies koreana 'Cis'

Price: $35.00

Size: 5-6 inch

Description


Growth Habit: miniature flat ball, grows 1 inch/year
USDA Zone: 6-8
Exposure: afternoon shade in southern locations
Growing Conditions: well-drained soil
Comments: Deep green glossy foliage with leaves flat along the stems. Great for rock gardens and trough plantings. 1989 introduction from Holland.

Reviews

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Growth Habit: 3-4 foot irregular upright globe
USDA Zone: 5-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well-drained soil
Comments: Yellow-tipped string-like foliage.

Reviewed Sun, Jan 16 2022 12:04 pm by
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Growth Habit: Dense, squat form
USDA Zone: 5-9
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well-drained soils
Comments: Slow growing form of Japanese cedar that forms a shrub reaching 18 inches high x 24 inches wide in 10 years. With a texture similar to 'Tansu' the nice green folaige has purple overtones in winter. Originated in Japan and came to this country in 1974 by way of Wansdyke Nurseries, Devizes, Wilts, U.K.

Reviewed Sun, May 26 2013 6:18 pm by
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Growth Habit: dense, rounded
USDA Zone: 5-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well drained soils
Comments: A sport from an old standby...'Vilmoriniana' with yellow tips. Develops into a dense, rounded ball reaching about two x two feet in 10 years (2-3 inches a year). In colder winters may develop a bronze purple color

Reviewed Tue, Feb 18 2014 9:17 pm by
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Common Name: Wire netting bush
Growth Habit: 6-8 feet
USDA Zone: 8-10
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: well drained soils
Comments: This New Zealand native is definitely a conversation piece! Contorted branches have more stem than leaves and what leaves there are are tiny 1/4-1/2 inch ovals located in the lower half of the plant. Small fragrant flowers in spring followed by small red or yellow fruit. A fun one!
 
Reviewed Sun, Jan 16 2022 12:04 pm by
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Growth Habit: 4-5 foot shrub
USDA Zone: 4-9
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: moist, well-drained soils
Comments: A superior selection sporting large red buds opening dark pink. Great foliage.

Reviewed Sat, Oct 23 2010 12:05 pm by
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Growth Habit: 4-6 feet high x 4 feet wide in 10 years
USDA Zone: 5-8
Exposure: shade to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Comments: Lightly fragrant white panicles open early spring against a backdrop of white margined foliage. One of the most requested variegated shrubs.
Reviewed Sun, Jan 16 2022 12:04 pm by
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Growth Habit: 2 x 2 feet in 10 years
USDA Zone: 5-8
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: moist, well drained soils
Comments: Small, rounded tree originating from a seedling from A. 'Mikawa yatsubusa'. Leaves emerge pink-red maturing creamy-white with a pink blush. Fall colors from orange to red. Introduced by Buchholz Nursery in Oregon.

Reviewed Sat, Jan 07 2017 5:57 pm by
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Growth Habit: dwarf (3 x 3 feet)
USDA Zone: 7a
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well-drained acidic soils
Parentage: (bureavii x degronianum ssp. yakushimanum)
Color Category: pink
Bloom Time: April
Comments: One of the most exceptional foliage rhododendrons on the market today. Large, dark glossy green leaves with a thick coating of tan-colored indumentum underneath. Pink flowers with light pink centers adorn the plant in April. A great selection for year-round beauty.
Reviewed Sun, Jan 16 2022 12:04 pm by
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Growth Habit: 5 feet high x 5 feet wide
USDA Zone: 5-8
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: moist, well-drained soils
Comments: Wide bands of cinnamon-purple with a white eye and white edging. New growth is bronze-red. In sunnier locations stems turn purple-red.

Reviewed Sun, Jan 16 2022 12:04 pm by
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Growth Habit: miniature form of creeping juniper
USDA Zone: 3-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well-drained soils
Comments: Blue-gray foliage forms a flat round bun. Very slow growing. Great selection for troughs and rock gardens.

Reviewed Sun, Jan 16 2022 12:04 pm by
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Growth Habit: 20 foot upright
USDA Zone: 5-9
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: moist, well-drained soils
Comments: The principal color is a brick-red, although this can vary depending on the light intensity and the age of the leaf. The margins have narrow green shading and dark-red veins. The seven-lobed, deeply separated leaves radiate outward and have serrated edges. Truly a unique combination. Photo taken in late October.
Reviewed Sun, Jan 16 2022 12:04 pm by
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Growth Habit: upright form
USDA Zone: 7-9
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: moist, well-drained soils
Comments: 2-2.5 inch flower in spring are strong purple-pink with white centers. Some flowers will be a solid color. Single to semi-double with wavy lobes. Used for bonsai.

Reviewed Sat, Oct 08 2011 8:41 am by
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Growth Habit: 4-8 foot high and wide
USDA Zone: 4-9
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Comments: One of the later flowering Mountain Laurels opening in late May into June. Intense red buds open white developing into pink with dark red stripes radiating out from the center

Reviewed Wed, Jul 29 2015 5:26 pm by
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Growth Habit: low mounding form

USDA Zone: 7-9
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Parentage: unknown
Hybrid Group: thought to be Satsuki
Comments: medium-sized purple flowers with pointed tips and narrow petals. Some petals may be ribbon-like. Small, narrow green leaves are twisted similar to A. 'Rinpu'. Sometimes sold for bonsai work.

Reviewed Sun, Jul 19 2015 7:14 pm by
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Growth Habit: medium (4 x 4 feet)
USDA Zone: 4b
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Parentage: (brachycarpum ssp. x smirnowii)
Color Category: white
Bloom Time: May
Comments: White, with a pink overlay and green spotting on the upper lobe open on a strongly branched compact plant. New leaves emerge with a dusting of tomentum. One of the selections from the hybridization program at the University of Helsinki, Finland. May be hardier than the -25 rating.

Reviewed Tue, Aug 11 2015 7:10 pm by
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Growth Habit: dwarf (3 x 3 feet)
USDA Zone: 7a
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Parentage: ('Moser's Maroon' x williamsianum)
Color Category: red
Bloom Time: March
Comments: Masses of dark red flowers cover rounded leaves on a compact shrub. New growth is also red to extend the season of color.

Reviewed Thu, Aug 13 2015 1:04 pm by
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Growth Habit: low, mounding
USDA Zone: 8
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Parentage: (unknown)
Hybrid Group: Kurume
Comments: Still one of the darkest reds available. Small flowers cover the dark green, glossy foliage each spring. Best when planted in milder winter areas.

Reviewed Sat, Aug 29 2015 9:44 am by
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Growth Habit: narrow upright
USDA Zone: 5
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well drained soils
Comments: A slow growing dark green Hanoki with stiff, upright branching. Grows 3-6 inches a year.
Reviewed Sat, Nov 14 2015 12:52 pm by
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Growth Habit: dwarf (3 x 3 feet)
USDA Zone: 6b
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Color Category: red
Bloom Time: May
Comments: Though the official color is wine-red there certainly is shades of purple in it too. Small, funnel-shaped, hose-in-hose flowers cover this plant each spring and seem to become more abundant year after year. Equally small leaves turn a rich mahogany color in winter. 

Reviewed Thu, Aug 11 2016 6:44 pm by
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Growth Habit: dense, low

USDA Zone: 6b
Exposure:
filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions:
evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Parentage:
'Osakazuki' sport
Hybrid Group:
R. indicum
Comments:
Peachy pink, single and semi-double flowers occur late in the season on a backdrop of dark green, small pointed leaves. Introduced by Crow Haven farms in Oregon.

Reviewed Mon, Jul 10 2017 8:47 pm by
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Growth Habit: low mounding, very compact
USDA Zone:
6b
Exposure:
filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions:
evenly moist, well drained acidic soils
Parentage:
(unknown)
Hybrid Group:
Satsuki
Comments:
2.5 to 3-inch flowers are a vivid pink with densely dotted red on the upper lobe. Occasionally darker pink and even red flowers appear. Blooms mid-May into June. An old cultivar from Japan.

Reviewed Mon, Jul 17 2017 12:32 pm by
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Growth Habit: globe
USDA Zone: 4-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well drained soils
Comments: Compact globe when young maturing more as a flattened spherical form. Growth rate is typically less then 1-inch a year. Found as a witch's broom by David Holubec in Austria. Our plants are 12 years old.

Reviewed Sat, Dec 16 2017 11:30 am by
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Growth Habit: mounding
USDA Zone: 5-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well-drained soils
Comments: Another very slow growing form of Mountain pine discovered by Horstman near the town of Graubunden, Switzerland in 1983. This original plant was estimated to be 400-500 years old and measured a whopping 20 x 28 inches! Ours grow a little faster then this thanks to regular irrigation and fertilizer, but it probably is still our slowest growing conifer.

NOTE: The automatic shipping charge will likely be too high. If warranted adjustments will be make to reduce this.

Reviewed Tue, Dec 26 2017 4:53 pm by
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Growth Habit: dwarf mounding
USDA Zone: 4-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well drained soils
Comments: At a growth rate of 2-3 inches a year considered to be one of the slowest growing forms of Austrian pine. Holds onto its dark green needles for 2-3 years. Also sold under the name 'Bambino'.

Reviewed Fri, Oct 05 2018 3:52 pm by
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Growth Habit: 4-feet tall x 3-feet wide in 10 years
USDA Zone: 3-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well drained soils
Comments: Dense, broad selection of Scots pine with long, slightly twisted needles in the first spring flush followed later by a second flush of short needles. Summertime color is a nice dark green followed by splashes of yellow during fall and then a golden yellow in winter.


Reviewed Fri, Oct 04 2019 2:15 pm by
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Growth Habit: 3-feet high x 18-inches wide in 10 years 
USDA Zone: 3-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well drained soils
Comments: A slow growing Scotch pine with a form similar to an Alberta spruce and a great substitute for it. Dense, pin-cushion type, dark green foliage throughout the year.


Reviewed Fri, Oct 04 2019 3:40 pm by
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Growth Habit: shrub form
USDA Zone: 6-8
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: moist, well drained soils. Struggles in high summer humidity areas.

Comments: Bright green rounded leaves, like a lily pad, are very unusual for a vine maple and make this selection very unique.

Reviewed Sun, Mar 29 2020 3:40 pm by
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Growth Habit: pyramidal
USDA Zone: 3-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well drained soils
Comments: A new Colorado spruce selection with golden yellow coloration nearly year-round. In spring new foliage emerges a rich green fading to a dazzling gold. This is a direct opposite of other bi-color spruces where new foliage emerges yellow or gold and then fades to green. Forms a compact, pyramidal shape reaching six-feet high x three-feet wide in 10 years.


Reviewed Sat, Jun 26 2021 4:50 pm by
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Growth Habit: flat-topped when young develops wide vase-shaped over time
USDA Zone: 5-8
Exposure: full sun
Growing Conditions: well drained soils
Comments: Also known as P. 'Bicolor' for the multi-colored needles.Bright, silvery blue underneath with green on top with shades of yellow on the most exposed areas. Purple cones come early and add even more color. Give it room as it will spread out.


Reviewed Wed, Nov 24 2021 6:52 pm by