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In case you missed last week's newsletter on gold conifers, you can still qualify for SILVER! 
What Causes Silver Coloration?
"Silver" really is a general term for any glaucous appearance on conifers. Colors range from bluish-gray to almost pure white. This color originates in one of two ways:
1. Needles are curled to reveal the stomata on the undersides of the needle which are often a bright silver-white color.
2. Genetic variations cause a lack of chlorophyll in the foliage of some varieties, revealing a translucent, ghostly white color. This usually causes slower growth too which is good for small gardens!
Budget Friendly Plants of Silver
 This evergreen gets its silver glow from its striking green-white underside of its needles. Its purple cones against its green foliage add to this pyramidal Korean fir's elegant display.

Abies koreana 'Horstman's Silberlocke' #1 container only $39.99
These three varieties provide the texture and contrast every landscape needs to brighten it up
1. Picea abies 'Argenteospicata'
A slow growing tree with silver-white new growth that pairs well with its older, dark-green foliage
2. Cedar atlantica 'Silberspitz'
An upright cedar with short, thin needles with bright, silvery-toned yellow-green color on branch tips
3. Picea orientalis 'Silver Seedling'
A friend of the shade, this spruce has creamy-white tips that contrast the dark green interior foliage

#1 Containers starting at $54.99

Silver Firs
They have fun, finger-like branches that perform well in colder climates up to zone 5. Great for creating an alpine aesthetic! 
1. Abies koreana 'Piccolo' starting at $64.99
A slow, growing green Korean fir that has spreading branches with no central leader.
2. Abies koreana 'Kohout's Icebreaker' starting at $79.99
A very popular conifer that fascinates us with brilliant white and green needles that twist around the branches
Silver Spruces
These prickly trees are exciting and always have interesting colors to present. They put on a good show in their Christmas tree like shape
1. Picea pungens 'Jan Byczokowski' starting at $64.99
Great for creating contrast, this slow-growing spruce has bright blue foliage that emerges white in the spring
2. Picea pungens 'Spring Blast' starting at $54.99
This spruce blasts us with fantastic, creamy-white new growth that simmers down to a blue-green color 
Silver Pines
These pines make you want to touch them. Their twisted, vibrant needles are a show stopper!
On top of dazzling pink candles, this pines new growth emerges as bright white against the trees older silvery green foliage
1. Pinus parviflora 'Tanima no yuki' starting at $64.99
2. Pinus mugo 'Milky Way' starting at $79.99
This Mugo Pine puts our eyes at ease with its beautiful, creamy-white variegation on its new growth
3. Pinus parviflora 'Hani' starting at $124.99
A fantastic variegated selection similar to 'Tanima no yuki'
Silver-Blue Columnar Specials
Great evergreen varieties that provide a nice screening with their green bushy, columnar shape
1. Juniperus scopulorum 'Blue Arrow' now $24.99 was $39.99
Reaches 7'x2' in 10 years 
2. Juniperus chinensis 'Spartan' now $24.99 was $34.99
Reaches 10'x6' in 10 years
High Rollers
Have a little extra cash and want to buy yourself something nice? Then these special, highly sought-after varieties are for you!
This conifer delights us with its stunning cream-colored variegation. New growth on the tips is highlighted in a cheery yellow color. A must have!
Abies nordmanniana 'Silver Del' starting at $399.99
Similar to 'Darleyensis', this false cypress illuminates the yard with it gray-blue foliage that gives a soft, wintery feel 
Varieties Added Daily
We are updating our website daily with new varieties and sizes that are available for the first time this year. Click the button below to see what's new!
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