DANSDWARFCONIFERS

Dan's Dwarf Conifers

Oregon, United States · 379 Sales

DANSDWARFCONIFERS

Dan's Dwarf Conifers

Oregon, United States 379 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(92)
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Dan

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Announcement   Welcome to Dan’s Dwarf Conifers!

We have had question about shipping on multiple plants and we thought we'd clarify that we do have discounted shipping rates on multiple plants!
Add all plants you want to purchase to the cart (using the green 'Add to cart' button, not the blue 'Buy it Now' button). After each plant added, you will be sent to 'Cart'. As you add items, you can see what the actual shipping costs will be and you can decide to continue on, delete, or add more items.
Hope this helps! Happy shopping!

We advise that summer is not the best time for shipping, but in fall and winter we usually add additional plants.

Dwarf conifers add a unique look to the landscape, due to all the different shapes and colors. Interesting rocks can complement conifers quite nicely, but the big advantage to dwarf conifers is that when planted they will not quickly take over and can be kept in a small space with little or no pruning.

TIPS for selecting the right conifer for your planting site…

Read the description of any plant you are considering to make sure its growth habit will fit the space you are planning for your plant. For example, under a window you chose a bun shape or prostrate plant or a conifer that has fairly slow growth habit, so as not to grow up quickly and block your view. Some conifers grow tall but stay narrow. These conifers would be a good choice for a narrow space that has room to grow up.

Weeping conifers need to be staked, but can be trained to fit the space resulting in a nice addition to any landscape.

Each plant is provided with a temperature rating, but this is not the only thing that will determine if a particular conifer will do well in your area. The best method to know if a conifer will do well is to look around your neighborhood. For example, if Abies are not used in landscapes, but there are lots of pine, that may be an indication of what works well in your area. Also, there may be a horticulture expert in your area that can give advice to the species that do well in your area.

Each plant I grow is hand propagated by grafting or rooting and grown in my nursery in Oregon. My goal is not to just sell you a plant, but for it to be a success in your landscape.


***To find your plant hardiness zone, use this link at the US National Arboretum www.usna.usda.gov/Hardzone/ushzmap.html

***We accept Money Orders, however, we would like to ship after the payment is received. I hope you understand.***

Announcement
Last updated on May 10, 2016

Welcome to Dan’s Dwarf Conifers!

We have had question about shipping on multiple plants and we thought we'd clarify that we do have discounted shipping rates on multiple plants!
Add all plants you want to purchase to the cart (using the green 'Add to cart' button, not the blue 'Buy it Now' button). After each plant added, you will be sent to 'Cart'. As you add items, you can see what the actual shipping costs will be and you can decide to continue on, delete, or add more items.
Hope this helps! Happy shopping!

We advise that summer is not the best time for shipping, but in fall and winter we usually add additional plants.

Dwarf conifers add a unique look to the landscape, due to all the different shapes and colors. Interesting rocks can complement conifers quite nicely, but the big advantage to dwarf conifers is that when planted they will not quickly take over and can be kept in a small space with little or no pruning.

TIPS for selecting the right conifer for your planting site…

Read the description of any plant you are considering to make sure its growth habit will fit the space you are planning for your plant. For example, under a window you chose a bun shape or prostrate plant or a conifer that has fairly slow growth habit, so as not to grow up quickly and block your view. Some conifers grow tall but stay narrow. These conifers would be a good choice for a narrow space that has room to grow up.

Weeping conifers need to be staked, but can be trained to fit the space resulting in a nice addition to any landscape.

Each plant is provided with a temperature rating, but this is not the only thing that will determine if a particular conifer will do well in your area. The best method to know if a conifer will do well is to look around your neighborhood. For example, if Abies are not used in landscapes, but there are lots of pine, that may be an indication of what works well in your area. Also, there may be a horticulture expert in your area that can give advice to the species that do well in your area.

Each plant I grow is hand propagated by grafting or rooting and grown in my nursery in Oregon. My goal is not to just sell you a plant, but for it to be a success in your landscape.


***To find your plant hardiness zone, use this link at the US National Arboretum www.usna.usda.gov/Hardzone/ushzmap.html

***We accept Money Orders, however, we would like to ship after the payment is received. I hope you understand.***

Dan

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Dan

Cryptomeria Japonica ‘Tenzan’
US$20.00
Thuja Occidentalis 'DeGroot's Spire'
US$25.00
Pinus Leucodermis ‘Irish Bell’
US$60.00
Pinus Parviflora 'Tani Mano Uki'
US$45.00
Pinus Pumila 'Dwarf'
US$40.00
Pinus Thunbergiana 'Kotobuki'
US$20.00
Pinus Thunbergiana 'Kotobuki'
US$30.00
Pinus Thunbergiana ‘Banshosho’
US$20.00
Pinus Parviflora ‘Miyajima’
US$30.00
Abies Koreana 'Brevifolia'
US$45.00
Picea Pungens 'The Blues'
US$25.00
Pinus Sylvestris ‘Hillside Creeper’
US$25.00
Picea Engelmannii Compacta
US$25.00
Pinus Leucodermis ‘Irish Bell’
US$30.00
Abies Concolor ‘Archer’s Dwarf’
US$25.00
Abies Amabilis 'Spreading Star'
US$45.00
Picea 'Glauca Pixie'
US$40.00
Pinus Strobiformus 'Tiny Curls'
US$20.00
Pinus Parviflora ‘Burke’s Bonsai’
US$20.00
Pinus Leucodermis 'Schmidtii'
US$25.00
Picea Abies 'St. James'
US$40.00
Pinus Uncinata ‘Silver Candles’
US$20.00
Pinus Cembra 'Blue Mound'
US$40.00
Picea Abies ‘Cupressina’
US$25.00
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5 out of 5 stars
(92)
Garen Rees

Garen Rees on Jul 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I'm a repeat customer for a reason. Always the best!

Garen Rees

Garen Rees on Jul 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Top quality plants and exceptional service is the usual with Dan's. Keeps me coming back for more. Thanks!

Garen Rees

Garen Rees on Mar 16, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Exceptional and highly recommended. Buy from Dan. He's got the the high quality conifer crack for us cone heads and knows how to ship em.

Garen Rees

Garen Rees on Mar 16, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Ginormous 'Sherwood Compact'! Must be a thousand years old ;-) Beautiful healthy plants as always Dan. Thanks

Tom Howard

Tom Howard on Mar 9, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Outstanding little pine. Very fast shipping. Recommended.

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Last updated on February 25, 2011

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