These conifers have tiny scalelike leaves that are closely set on cord-like branches and bear interesting globular, golf ball–size cones made up of shield-shaped scales. They need little pruning.
Native to Kashmir and Tibet. Striking, narrowly pyramidal tree, 40–60 ft. tall and 15–20 ft. wide. Main branches are upright but produce beautiful long, pendulous, flattened branchlets of aromatic blue-green foliage. Best with regular water. Not tolerant of strong winds or extreme heat.
This spreading, mounding plant grows to 2–2 1/2 ft. high, eventually 6–8 ft. wide. Small, ...
This low grower forms spreading clumps of blunt, thick, blue-green, spiny-edged leaves just 3 in. long...
Iris relatives with fans of swordlike leaves and clusters of white flowers from late spring to midsumm...