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A lovely front-yard plant, Dwarf Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris 'Nana') is a slow-growing evergreen with flaky red-brown or purple-gray bark with blue-green or yellow-green needles. Grows up to 12 feet tall and 22 feet wide in zones 3 to 7. | Photo: mobot.org | thisoldhouse.com
Sub-Alpine Fir flank each end of the home, standing as bookends. The slow-growing, spir-like tree will grow no taller than 50 feet in its lifetime. Beds of Slowmound Mugo Pine will grow to approximately three feet in height and lend brilliant emerald green color throughout the year.
Calibrachoa 'Tanerine' Abundant, small petunia-like flowers Flowers all season Cascading growth Low maintenance Attracts Hummingbirds Deadheading Not Necessary Heat Tolerant Pet Friendly Semi-Trailing Habit Excellent in containers, flower beds and hanging baskets