Native to the Mediterranean Region, Rosemary is a woody herb characterized by fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves. This aromatic evergreen is attractive, drought tolerant and great for pest control support. Rosemary maintains its attractiveness for many years and can be pruned into many different formal shapes. Rosemary can grow up to 5’. Prune to ensure size is regulated as well as density.
Native to the Mediterranean Region, the Italian Stone Pine is characterized by blue-green needles until it reaches adulthood (15 years of age). Italian Stone Pines have been cultivated for 6,000 years for their edible pine nuts and have been an aesthetic landscape tree since the Italian Renaissance. This Pine is drought tolerant once fully rooted and can grow up to 66’. Prune to ensure size is regulated.
Native to the Mediterranean Region, the Aleppo Pine is characterized by slender, yellowish-green needles. The Aleppo Pine is used to flavor the Greek wine retsina and can also be used for bonsai. This Pine is drought tolerant and used most often as a landscape ornamental tree because of its fast growth and aesthetic qualities. Drought tolerant once fully rooted and can grow up to 82’. Prune to ensure size is regulated.
Native to Northern Ireland, the Leyland Cypress is characterized by its rich green, soft pointed needles. This hardy pyramid shaped tree grows well in most climates and keeps its rich green color year round. These trees are known for their rapid, thick growth making them ideal for privacy screens, windbreaks, and hedges. The Leyland Cypress can grow up to 50’ tall. Prune to ensure size is regulated.
Native to Northern California, the Monterey Pine is characterized by bright green leaves. Monterey Pines are prime wintering habitats for the monarch butterfly. This Pine is widely used in the temperate climates in the USA, in private gardens, and public landscapes. The Monterey pine can grow up to 98’. Prune to ensure size is regulated.