Plant Catalogue, C

Calocedrus decurrens Aureovariegata    Zone 6
Incense Cedar. Slower growing than the species. Foliage has bright yellow mottling; sometimes entire branchlets are yellow, contrasting greatly with the rich dark green foliage. Grows 2 m high in 10 years.

Calocedrus decurrens Berrima Gold    Zone 6 
Incense Cedar. The bright yellow sprays of foliage on this broadly pyramidal tree often taken on an orange hue in Winter. Protect from hot afternoon sun. Grows 15-20 cm per year to 10m high.

Calocedrus decurrens Maupin Glow    Zone 6  
Incense Cedar. Bright yellow sprays of foliage, becoming greener lower on the tree. Grows 15-25 cm per year to 5 m high.

Cedrus atlantica Glauca Pendula    Zone 6    
Atlas Cedar. Silver-blue needles on a specimen tree. Pendulous habit can be trained in almost any direction to fit into all types of landscape. Useful for bonsai. Can reach 3 m high and 7 m wide without pruning.

Cedrus atlantica Sahara Ice    Zone 6
Atlas Cedar. Small, narrow, pyramidal tree with blue-green needles that have a soft white frosting. Grows to 2.1 m high and 90 cm wide in 10 years.

Cedrus atlantica Sapphire Nymph    Zone 6
Atlas Cedar. Dwarf pyramidal tree. New growth emerges creamy white in the Spring before turning silver-blue. Grows to 1.8 m high and 90 cm wide in 10 years.

Cedrus brevifolia    Zone 6
Cyprian Cedar. Short green needles on short shoots. Fairly narrow upright tree with typically rapid growth while young. Grows to 15 m high.

Cedrus deodara Aurea    Zone 6 
Golden Himalayan Cedar. Golden yellow needles on graceful horizontal branches with pendulous tips. Pyramidal accent tree. Grows to 2.5 m in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Blue Ball    Zone 6    
Himalayan Cedar. Dwarf variety with steel blue foliage. Very compact, dense, globose and slow growing. Perfect for bonsai & rock gardens. Original plant was 1 m high and wide at 26 years of age.

Cedrus deodara Blue Snake    Zone 6
Himalayan Cedar. Long grey-blue needles on mounding pendulous branches. Grows as a groundcover or is staked for height and trained in almost any direction. Perfect for bonsai. Spreads to 2 m in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Devinely Blue    Zone 6   
Himalayan Cedar. Dwarf shrub with blue-green needles. Dense mounding habit. Will develop a leader unless pruned out. Named for Bill Devine of Maryland. Perfect for bonsai, topiary & rock gardens. Grows to 1 m high and 1.25 m wide in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Feelin’ Blue    Zone 6 
Himalayan Cedar. Silver-green needles on a low spreading shrub with pendulous branches. Perfect for bonsai, topiary and rock gardens. Grows to 30 cm high and 1.5 m wide in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Gold Cascade    Zone 6 
Himalayan Cedar. Dwarf form with golden needles on a shrub of spreading and weeping habit. Grows to 1.5 m high in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Gold Strike    Zone 6 
Himalayan Cedar. Broadly pyramidal tree with golden needles on horizontally layered branches.

Cedrus deodara Golden Horizon    Zone 6   
Himalayan Cedar. Yellow new growth becoming yellow-green as the season progresses. Forms a large, layered spreading mound. Grows to 1.8 m high and wide in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Karl Fuchs    Zone 6 
Himalayan Cedar. Bright blue new growth becoming blue-green as the season progresses. Narrowly pyramidal tree with pendulous branch tips.

Cedrus deodara Kashmir    Zone 6              
Himalayan Cedar. Silvery grey-green needles on a graceful specimen tree. Fast growing broadly pyramidal habit with pendulous branch tips. Grows to 4 m high in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Klondyke    Zone 6       
Himalayan Cedar.  Lime green needles becoming intensely gold in Winter.  Dense & broadly pyramidal in habit. Grows to 2.5m high in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Pacific Pearl     Zone 6
Himalayan Cedar. Sport of Feelin' Blue with foliage that is more silver. Mounding shrub. Perfect for bonsai, topiary and accent planting. Grows to 1 m high and 1.25 m wide in 10 years.

Cedrus deodara Snow Sprite    Zone 6
Himalayan Cedar. Broad mounding shrub, clothed in silvery white needles becoming creamy yellow with age. Protect from hot afternoon sun. Grows to 1 m high and 90 cm wide in 10 years.

Cedrus libani Beacon Hill    Zone 6 
Cedar of Lebanon. Dark green needles on pendulous branches that can be staked upright or trained to suit. Perfect for rock gardens and walls. Grows up to 50 cm per year. Discovered as a seedling in Victoria, BC.


Cedrus libani Blue Angel    Zone 6
Cedar of Lebanon. Narrow upright tree with powder blue needles. Grows to 3 m high and 1.2 m wide.

Cedrus libani Glauca Pendula    Zone 6      
Cedar of Lebanon. Long blue-green needles on pendulous branches. Staked to encourage upright habit, displaying the very narrow weeping form.  Grows to 3 m high in 10 years.

Cedrus libani Hedgehog    Zone 6
Cedar of Lebanon. Dwarf spreading shrub. Bright blue new growth lights up the grey-blue background of mature needles. Grows to 30 cm high and 70 cm wide in 10 years.

Cephalotaxus harringtonia Fastigiata    Zone 6
Japanese Plum Yew. Glossy dark green needles on an evergreen shrub that grows upright, eventually becoming slightly rounded with age. 2 m high and 75 cm wide in 10 years.

Cephalotaxus harringtonia Korean Gold    Zone 6
Japanese Plum Yew. Compact fastigiate shrub with dense branching and lemon yellow needles. Protect from hot afternoon sun. Grows to 90 cm high and 30 cm wide in 10 years.

Cercidiphyllum japonicum Marioka Weeping    Zone 4      
Weeping Katsura Tree. Red tinted new leaves turning blue-green on pendulous branches. Perfect for weeping over walkways or ponds. Leaves have a sweet aroma as they fall. 4 m high and wide in 10 years.

Cercidiphyllum japonicum Red Fox    Zone 4      
Katsura Tree. Deep purple new leaves become more blue-purple later in the season. Tree is narrow and upright, perfect for smaller gardens. 3 m high and 1 m wide in 10 years.

Cercidiphyllum japonicum Strawberry    Zone 4
Katsura Tree. Blue-green leaves on a medium sized tree. Strawberry red, pink and yellow colours on leaves before they fall and release their sweet aroma. 4 m high and 3 m wide in 10 years.

Cercidiphyllum magnificum Pendulum    Zone 4      6.75      4.75
Weeping Katsura Tree. Red tinted new leaves turning blue-green on pendulous
branches. Perfect for weeping over walkways or ponds. Leaves have a sweet
aroma as they fall. 4 m high and wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Bleu Nantais    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Dwarf upright shrub. Dense branching with pale blue foliage. Perfect for the smaller garden. Grows to 90 cm high and 40 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Ellwood's Gold Pillar    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Golden yellow juvenile foliage fades to green inside the densely branched upright shrub. Grows slowly to 1 m high at maturity.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Ellwood's Nymph    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Gray-green juvenile foliage on a densely branched miniature upright shrub. Perfect for rock gardens and troughs. Grows very slowly to 60 cm high.


Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Imbricata Pendula     Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Rich green filiform foliage grows in branchlets hanging from the lightly ascending main branches. Broadly conical habit. Grows slowly until well established. 2 m high and wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Lycopodioides    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Interesting twisted growth habit with gray-green foliage that appears to merge with the stem. Grows to 1.5 m high and wide.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Moonshine    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Green fern-like foliage generously edged in white. Upright tree form. Grows to 2.5 m high and 1.5 m wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Rimpelaar    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Miniature globose plant with very showy silver-blue foliage. Perfect for rock gardens. Grows to 30 cm high and wide.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Silver Threads    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Blue-green juvenile foliage flecked with silver on a densely branched upright shrub. Grows to 1.2 m high and 50 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Spring Cream    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Dwarf upright shrub. Creamy white Spring growth gives way to a mostly pale yellow foliage. Perfect for troughs or rock gardens. Grows to 60 cm high and 40 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Wissel's Saguaro    Zone 5
Port Orford Cedar. Very narrow, irregular upright plant with congested blue-green foliage, sporting occasional arm-like branches similar to a Saguaro cactus. Grows to 3 m high and 30 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Aurea    Zone 4   
Alaska Cedar. Yellow-tipped sprays of green foliage on a pyramidal tree. Grows to 6 m high.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Boyko's Sundown    Zone 4
Weeping Alaska Cedar. Green sprays of foliage, flushed with creamy yellow and gold, hang from weeping branches. Narrow tree suited to the smaller garden. Grows to 3 m high and 1 m wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Glauca Pendula    Zone 4 
Weeping Alaska Cedar. Blue-green sprays of foliage on pendulous branchlets suspended from horizontal and weeping branches. Specimen tree with conical form. Grows to 3.5 m high in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Green Arrow    Zone 4 
Weeping Alaska Cedar. Blue-green sprays of foliage hang from short pendulous branches that grow close to the trunk. Very narrow tree suited to the small garden. Grows to 4 m high and 60 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaeycparis nootkatensis Nana   Zone 4
Alaska Cedar. Semi-dwarf globe form. Light green, feathery foliage. Grows to 2.0m high and 1.5m wide in 10 years.

 

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Pendula    Zone 4 
Weeping Alaska Cedar. Olive-green sprays of foliage on pendulous branchlets suspended from horizontal and weeping branches. Specimen tree with conical form. Grows to 3.5 m high in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Strict Weeping    Zone 5 
Weeping Alaska Cedar. Green sprays of foliage hang from weeping branches that grow close to the trunk. Very narrow tree perfectly suited to the smaller garden. Grows to 4 m high and 50 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Variegata    Zone 4   
Alaska Cedar. Blue-green sprays of foliage randomly coloured with creamy yellow splashes. Pyramidal tree.
Grows to 2.5 m high in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Alaska   Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. String-like grey-green  foliage with white-yellow variegation.Broad upright, contorted growth habit. Prefers full sun. Grows  to 90cm high and wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Aurea Spiralis    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Dwarf, compact shrub. Dark green filiform foliage with golden yellow tips.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Ceramic  Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Conical, upright dwarf golden cultivar. Grows about 10-15cm per year. Prefers partial sun. Grows to 1.8m high and 1.0m wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Chirimen    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Upright plant with tightly congested dark green foliage. Ascending branches appear irregularly along main stem. Grows slowly. Perfect for rock gardens and troughs.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Dainty Doll    Zone 5 
Hinoki Falsecypress. Upright, conical plant with delicate fans of dark green foliage. Grows to 3 m.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Fernspray Gold    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Upright, pyramidal habit, horizontal branching. Lemon-yellow fern-like foliage. Grows to 3 m high. Protect from hot afternoon sun for best color.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Filicoides    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Upright, pyramidal habit, irregular branching, open habit if unpruned. Fern-like dark green foliage. Grows to 3-4 m high.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Gold Fern    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Upright dwarf shrub. Sport of C. obtusa Fernspray Gold with bright yellow juvenile foliage. Protect from hot afternoon sun for best colour. Grows to 1.2 m.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Golden Hage Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Very rare, miniature, globose plant with gold coloured foliage. Plant requires afternoon shade. Ideal for rock and trough gardens. Grows less than 2cm per year. Eventually will reach 25cm in height and spread.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Golden Pillar    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Sprays of golden yellow foliage on a dwarf, columnar shrub. Grows to 1.8 m high.
Chamaecyparis obtusa Golden Whorl    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Mounding whorl of branches with bright gold, thread-like leaves that become contorted and end in compressed masses. Grows to 1 m high and 1.5 m wide.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Goldilocks  Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Semi-dwarf with bright yellow foliage. Straight central leader and sturdy trunk make it a desirable plant for your garden.Found as a sport on ‘Nana Lutea’. Prefers full sun. Grows to 2.4m high and 1.5m wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Gracilis    Zone 5  
Hinoki Falsecypress. Rounded sprays of rich, dark green foliage on a dense pyramidal tree.  Grows to 3 m high in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Graciosa    Zone 5 
Hinoki Falsecypress. Lacy medium green foliage on a dwarf tree with a compact pyramidal habit. Grows to   1.5 m high in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Hage    Zone 5   
Hinoki Falsecypress. Miniature, globose plant. Dark green foliage. Grows almost 2 cm per year to 45 cm. Perfect for rock gardens and troughs.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Kamaeni Hiba    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Dwarf plant, upright growth, with contorted, thread-like golden-yellow foliage. Grows to 90 cm high. Perfect for rock gardens and troughs.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Karamachiba    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Arching thread-like golden foliage on a low spreading plant. Grows to 45 cm high and 90 cm wide. Perfect for rock gardens.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Kosteri    Zone 5           
Hinoki Falsecypress. Twisted fans of bright green foliage on a compact pyramidal plant. Grows to 1 m high and 75 cm wide in 10 years

Chamaecyparis obtusa Kosteri Fast Form  Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Dense, upright plant with bright green sprays of foliage. Foliage turns bronze in the Winter. Grows to 4.5m high and 2.0m wide.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Lougheed    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Emerald green foliage tightly congested on short branches. Dwarf upright plant habit. Perfect for rock gardens.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Lucas    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Foliage has an open fern-like structure, variegated with bright lemon-yellow on the outer edges and white inside. Compact pyramidal habit. Does not burn easily in Summer sun. Grows to  1.5m.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Mariesii    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Dwarf mounded shrub. Foliage is tightly arranged in small variegated green and white sprays. Grows to 90 cm high and wide.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Moonlight Lace    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Compact, conical plant with lacy-green foliage sprinkled with creamy-white sprays. Found as a sport on ‘Graciosa’. Prefers full to partial sun. Grows to 1.2m high and wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Gracilis    Zone 5 
Hinoki Falsecypress. Irregularly globose to upright dwarf shrub with rounded sprays of dark green foliage.
Grows to 1 m in 10 years.  Perfect for rock gardens.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Lutea    Zone 5   
Hinoki Falsecypress. Irregularly pyramidal dwarf shrub with rounded sprays of lemon yellow and gold. Slow growing, to 40 cm in 10 years. Perfect for rock gardens.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Pygmaea    Zone 5  
Hinoki Falsecypress. Mounded and spreading habit with bright green rounded sprays of foliage borne on red-brown shoots. Grows to 60 cm high and 90 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Rashamiba Variegated    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress.  Dwarf irregularly upright shrub. Variegated green and lemon yellow twisted and fasciated foliage.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Saffron Spray    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Broad upright plant with soft green juvenile and mature foliage flecked uniformly with golden yellow. Grows to 1.5 m.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Splitrock    Zone 5  
Hinoki Falsecypress. Dense pyramidal shrub. Foliage is an interesting combination of textures with mature and juvenile blue-green sprays. Grows to 1.5 m in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Stoneham    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. A miniature, flattened globe. Dark green foliage.  Grows 2 cm per year. Great for rock gardens. Grows to 15 cm high and 20 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Tempelhof    Zone 5 
Hinoki Falsecypress. Dwarf conical habit, densely clothed in medium green foliage that turns purple-bronze for the winter. Grows to 1.2 m high and 1 m wide in more than 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Tetragona Aurea    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Upright pyramidal habit. Gold and yellow moss-like foliage clusters along the ascending branches. Grows to 2 m high and 90 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Thoweil    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Dwarf, narrow upright shrub. Compact dark green foliage cling to the spirally ascending branches. Grows to 1.5 m high and 60 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Tonia    Zone 5             
Hinoki Falsecypress. Dwarf globose to conical plant. Foliage is dark green with cream covered tips. Grows to 90 cm high and 60 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Torulosa    Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Semi-dwarf, upright habit. Dark green fasciated foliage grows on contorted branches with the ends flattened into compressed tufts. Grows to 1.8 m high in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis obtusa Verdoni   Zone 5
Hinoki Falsecypress. Irregular, compact pyramidal plant with bright yellow fans of foliage. New growth exhibit hints of orange. Able to tolerate full sun. Somewhat contorted growth habit. Grows  to 2.0m in height.

Chamaecyparis pisifera Curly Tops    Zone 5
Sawara Falsecypress. Dwarf upright shrub with mounding twisted silver-blue foliage. Grows to 80 cm high and wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera Aurea Nana    Zone 4
Sawara Falsecypress. Dense pyramidal mounding mass of drooping branches. The thread leafed foliage is a bright yellow. This is a slower growing sport of C. p. filifera aurea and grows to 1 m in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera Golden Mop    Zone 4
Sawara Falsecypress. Dense mounding mass of drooping branches. The thread leafed foliage is a bright yellow. This is a slower grower and is a sport of C. p. filifera aurea. Grows to 60 cm in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera Lemon Thread    Zone 4
Sawara Falsecypress. Dense pyramidal mounding mass of drooping branches. The thread leafed foliage is a bright lemon yellow. Grows to 1.5 m in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera Golden Pincushion    Zone 5
Sawara Falsecypress. Dwarf flat-topped shrub sporting flat sprays of green foliage with golden tips. Grows in a tight bun to 60 cm high and 80 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera plumosa Snow    Zone 5
Sawara Falsecypress. Dense globose shrub becoming pyramidal with age. White new growth fades slowly to green towards the centre of the plant. Protect from hot sun. Grows to 1.5 m high and 1.2 m wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera plumosa Tsukuma    Zone 4
Sawara Falsecypress. Dense flattened mound with tiny sprays of grey-green foliage. Dwarf. Grows to 25 cm high and 60 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera squarrosa Baby Blue    Zone 5
Sawara Falsecypress. Dwarf pyramidal shrub. Dense billowing tufts of silver-blue foliage lend themselves well to shearing and shaping. Perfect for the smaller garden. Grows to 1 m high and 60 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera squarrosa Baby Blue Ice    Zone 5
Sawara Falsecypress. Darker blue sport of C. p. Baby Blue with a more dramatic display of the silvery underside on the foliage. Responds well to shearing. Grows to 1 m high and 60 cm wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera squarrosa Dwarf Blue    Zone 5
Sawara Falsecypress. Irregular conical shrub with dense blue juvenile foliage. Long tufted branches extend from the body of the shrub. Perfect for topiary. Grows to 2 m high and 1.2 m wide in 10 years.

Chamaecyparis pisifera White Pygmy    Zone 5
Sawara Falsecypress. Miniature flat-topped mound with white-tipped green foliage. Very slow grower reaching 15-20 cm high and 30 cm wide in 10 years. Perfect for rock gardens.

Chionanthus virginicus    Zone 4
White Fringetree. Small tree or large shrub. Long green leaves show off the late Spring panicles of fragrant white flowers. Late Summer blue-black fruit attracts birds. Grows to between 2.5 m and 6 m high and wide.

Cornus alternifolia Argentea*    Zone 5  
Pagoda Dogwood. Compact shrub-like variegated form of the species with horizontal branching. A very bright and showy tree. Grows to 3 m high in 10 years.

Cornus controversa Variegata    Zone 6 
Giant Dogwood. Creamy white-edged leaves on layers of horizontal branches fill out this rounded tree with eye-catching form. Grows to 3 m high and 4 m wide in 10 years.

Cornus florida Cherokee Chief    Zone 5
Pink flowering Dogwood. Rounded, densely branched tree. Green leaves turn purple in the Fall. Spring flowers are a deep pink developing into a bright red fruit. Grows to 3 m high and wide in 10 years.

Cornus kousa Autumn Rose    Zone 5
Chinese Dogwood. Upright, deciduous tree. Creamy white floral bracts emerge in Spring, tinged with pink as they age. Lime green leaves. This cultivar  gets its name from the eye-catching Fall color it displays: lovely shades of red and purple. Grows to 3 m high and 2 m wide in 10 years.

Cornus kousa China Girl    Zone 5
Chinese Dogwood. Upright, deciduous tree with improved flowering form of Cornus kousa var chinensis. Masses of creamy-white floral bracts in June. Grows to 3 m high and 2 m wide in 10 years.

Cornus kousa Greensleeves    Zone 5
Chinese Dogwood. Upright, deciduous tree. White floral bracts in June, with a hint of green. Large, glossy green leaves. Red fruits in the Fall. Grows to 3 m high and 1.5 m wide in 10 years.

Cornus kousa Milky Way    Zone 5
Chinese Dogwood. Upright, deciduous tree. Masses of milky-white floral bracts cover the entire tree in June. Slightly more vigorous and upright than Cornus kousa China Girl. Fall color is deep crimson and red. Grows to  4 m high and 2 m wide in 10 years.

Cornus kousa Ohkan    Zone 5
Chinese Dogwood. Yellow green variegated deciduous tree from Japan. White floral bracts in June, followed by rich orange, red and purple Fall colors. Grows to 2 m high and 1.2 m wide in 10 years.

Cornus kousa Satomi    Zone 5
Kousa Dogwood. Upright, oval tree. Green leaves turn orange and red in the Fall. Early Summer flowers are a bright rose-pink developing into a showy orange-red fruit. Grows to 3 m high in 10 years.

 

Cornus x rutgersensis Aurora®    Zone 5
Dogwood. Shrub like deciduous tree with masses of large. Overlapping white floral bracts in mid Summer. Dark green leaves which turn shades of yellow,red and orange in the Fall. Grows to 2.5 m high and wide in 10 years.

Cornus x Celestial®   Zone 5
Dogwood. Vigorous, upright deciduous tree. Large creamy white floral bracts in May. Deep green foliage turns reddish purple in Fall. Grows to 4 m high and 2 m wide in 10 years.

Cornus x Venus®    Zone 5
Dogwood. Upright deciduous tree. Large ( up to 15cm across) creamy white floral bracts create  a stunning display in June –July. The leaves are dark green, turning orange and red in the Fall. Grows to 3 m high and 2 m wide in 10 years.

Corylus avellana Contorta    Zone 5
European Filbert. Known as Harry Lauder's Walking Stick, this shrub has stems that grow in a curling, twisting habit and contorted green leaves. Great Winter interest. Grows to 2.5 m high and wide in 10 years.

Corylus avellana Majestic Red    Zone 5
European Filbert. Known as Harry Lauder's Walking Stick, this shrub has stems that grow in a curling and twisting habit. Leaves are a deep wine-red. Great Winter interest. Grows to 2.5 m high and wide in 10 years.

Cotoneaster microphyllus Thymifolius    Zone 5
Little-leaf Cotoneaster. Dwarf shrub with rigid arching branches and small glossy green leaves. Small white flowers give way to bright scarlet fruit in the Summer. Grows to 45 cm high and 90 cm wide in 5 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Araucarioides    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Bright green foliage on masses of rope-like branches. Irregular and open pyramidal habit. Grows to 2.5 m high and 1 m wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Black Dragon    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Compact pyramidal shrub with dark green needles. Grows to 2 m high and 1 m wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Compressa    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf shrub with dark green compressed foliage on compact branches. Forms a tight round ball and takes on a purple hue in Winter. Grows to 30 cm in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Cristata    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Narrow, upright tree with dark green fasciated foliage, forming interesting contorted cockscombs. Grows to 5 m high in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Dinger    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf rounded and compact multi-branched shrub with medium green foliage.

Cryptomeria japonica Kilmacurragh    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf low-growing mound with rich green juvenile foliage that sports small cockscombs or fasciations. Turns a purple colour in Winter. Grows to 60 cm high and 1.25 m wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Knaptonensis    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf broadly pyramidal shrub with bright white new growth. Lower portions of branches become green with age. Plant needs protection from the sun. Grows to 60 cm high in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Koshyi    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf slowly spreading shrub with bright green congested foliage. Perfect for rock gardens. Grows to 45 cm high and 60 cm wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Little Diamond    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar.  Dwarf rounded shrub. Branches sport clusters of green branchlets that look like exploding fireworks as the plant ages. Grows to 50 cm high and 80 cm wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Mushroom    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf mounding shrub with long needled foliage. Plant turns from a mushroom-brown colour to rich green in Summer to purple in Winter. Grows to 60 cm high and 90 cm wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Rasen    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf upright tree. Irregular open habit with contorted branches tightly wrapped by their own curled needles. Grows to 3.6 m high and 1.8 m wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Ryokogu Coyokyu    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Low mounded miniature plant with layers of bright green slightly pendulous branches. Takes on a red Winter colour. Perfect for rock gardens. Grows to 30 cm high and 60 cm wide.

Cryptomeria japonica Sekkan sugi   Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Golden yellow new growth that fades to green late in the season on a vigorous pyramidal tree. Grows to 6 m high in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Spiralis    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Rounded upright plant when young with bright green needles tightly spiralled around the pendulous branchlets. Grows to 1.2 m high in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Tansu    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf, dense irregular pyramid with light green foliage. Grows to 1 m high and 70 cm wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Tenzan    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Miniature spreading shrub with tight green foliage. Grows very slowly. Perfect for rock gardens. Grows to 20 cm high and 45 cm wide.

Cryptomeria japonica Vilmoriana Gold    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf, dense rounded shrub with short needled foliage. Branches are rich green generously topped with a pale gold, turning a bright orange-gold in Winter. Grows to 75 cm high and wide in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Yellow Twig    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Dwarf upright shrub crowded with mounding clusters of green foliage that have yellow tips, especially in Winter. Grows to 1.5 m high in 10 years.

Cryptomeria japonica Yoshino    Zone 6
Japanese Cedar. Fast growing conical tree with blue-green foliage that turns slightly bronze in Winter. Grows to 6 m high in 10 years.

Cupressus glabra Blue Ice    Zone 6
Arizona Cypress. Broad columnar tree with silver-blue scale-like foliage. Pleasant resin fragrance is particularly obvious in warm weather. Grows to 4 m high and 2 m wide in 10 years.

Cupressus glabra Chaparral    Zone 6
Arizona Cypress. Broad columnar tree with gold tinged creamy white scale-like foliage. Pleasant resin fragrance is particularly obvious in warm weather. Grows to 4 m high and 2 m wide in 10 years.

Cupressus glabra Picasso    Zone 6
Arizona Cypress. Broad columnar tree with variegated blue and creamy-white scale-like foliage. Pleasant resin fragrance is particularly obvious in warm weather. Grows to 4 m high and 2 m wide in 10 years.

Cupressus glabra Raywood's Weeping   Zone 6
Arizona Cypress. Silver-blue scale-like foliage on pendulous branches. Central leader must be staked to achieve 6 m in height and 2 m in width in 10 years.