College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. An irregular plant that may not always have a leader, thus it can form a small tree or a medium-sized shrub. This form features needles that curve upwards to reveal their white undersides. The overall effect is very striking and unusual in texture.
For Landscape enquiries please call for a full quote. It is a compact, ground-covering, evergreen shrub which does not grow bigger than 4cm a year. With its slow growth it appears rather motion-less but it looks gorgeous. The needles are short and cover the pant to create the dense look. They are bright green when young, turning light green during summer with silvery grey underneath.