Tsuga

From bonsai, rock garden and ground cover to dense hedges and extremely elegant trees up to 50m tall, the small genus of Tsuga may only have 10 species of evergreen conifers but it has variety and versatility.

by Sally Drury
T. heterophylla - credit all images: Floramedia
T. heterophylla - credit all images: Floramedia

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