I have caught the conifer bug. My recent membership to the American Conifer Society has opened my eyes to a whole world of shape, texture, color and intrigue. It satisfies every curiosity from macro to micro aesthetics and I have a feeling this is just the beginning. Here are a few photos from a recent ACS Western Regional meeting in Olympia WA. For more amazing conifers check out my gallery. Warning – Conifer addiction could happen to you too!
Cedrus libani ‘Green Prince’ Photo taken at Albers Vista Gardens of Kitsap WA.
Leftover cones from Abies squamata. Albers Vista Gardens of Kitsap WA
I was captivated by the curly branches of Larix kaempferi ‘Diana’.
Amazing contrast on the Abies koreana ‘Ice Breaker’
Cedrus atlantica ‘Sapphire Nymph’. Beautiful blue and wonderful contrast in scale.
Of course, the always beautiful leaf and color of the Ginkgo. Ceonosium Gardens
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