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All ratings refer to the UK growing conditions unless otherwise stated. Minimum
temperature ranges (in degrees C) are shown in brackets
AGM plants have been through a rigorous trial and assessment programme. They are:
Pumilio Group are spreading, low, bushy evergreen conifers making small shrubs with dark green needles to 4cm long, and small, ovoid, brown cones
P. jeffreyi is a large evergreen tree, conical when young, with slender, grey-green needles to 22cm in length, in bundles of three. Cones ovoid, to 20cm in length
'Gold Coin' is a slow-growing evergreen shrub of irregular rounded habit, with bright light yellow foliage
'Aurea' is an attractive conical shape when young, eventually forming a large, broad-topped tree. The needles are 10-15cm long, borne in threes and golden yellow. Brown cones are produced in clusters on mature trees and remain in place for years
P. wallichiana is a large broad-crowned evergreen tree retaining its spreading lower branches when grown in an open position. Long, slender, drooping blue-grey needles and banana-shaped cones up to 25cm long
P. coulteri is a large evergreen tree with a broad, open crown. Stout shoots bear thick, blue-grey needles up to 35cm long, in bundles of three. Massive pale brown cones to 30cm long, with a spine on each scale
P. parviflora is a broadly conical evergreen tree, more spreading when old, with fine, blue-green needles borne in fives, and ovoid light brown cones in autumn
'Aurea' is a slow-growing evergreen tree with blue-green needles that turn yellow from late autumn to spring
'Bonnie Bergman' is a dwarf conifer with a broadly conical outline. The blue-green, twisted needles are arranged in fives, and the young growth is pale silvery blue. Red, male flowers are conspicuous in summer; female flowers produce small green cones which turn brown in autumn and winter
'Glauca' is a bushy, spreading evergreen conifer making a slow-growing medium-sized shrub with blue-grey needles in bundles of five. Cones purple when young, 5cm in length
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