Ornamental Trees


Topiary is the art of training plants (typically evergreen shrubs and trees) into intricate or stylized shapes and forms.

To maintain their shape you should, trim annually with topiary shears or hedge-cutters in early or late summer to keep specimen in shape. Faster growing species may need to be trimmed twice or more each season. Suckers and unwanted branches can also be removed.

Existing specimens should be trimmed once or twice a year to maintain their shape; vigorous species may require more. Growmore can be applied once a year in the spring if desired, to help maintain the plants vigour and appearance. Mulch with bark or organic matter if the plant is not surrounded by ornamental gravel.

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  • Spiral Cupr Macr. Goldcrest 180+cm

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  • Cupressus Leylandii

    Cupressus Gold Rider Topiary

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  • Cupressus Japanese Bonsai

    Cupressus Japanese Bonsai Bowl

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  • Spiral Cupr Macr. Goldcrest 300cm

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  • Ilex Aq. ‘Argentea Marginata’ – 240cm

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  • Taxus Baccata Cone | English Yet

    Large English Yew – Taxus Baccata Cone

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  • Dolphin Fountain Topiary

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  • Topiary Deer

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  • Large Topiary Teddy Bear

    Large Topiary Teddy Bear | Ligustrum Jonandrum Bear

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