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PHOTOS OF TOPIARIES & SCULPTED SHRUBS

Photographs of topiaries created from evergreens and other woody ornamental plants. Junipers are frequently used to create the most common evergreen topiaries, but other varieties of evergreens, such as Pines and Spruces, can be used to create pom-poms, poodles and spirals. Our photos include topiary plants trimmed from Junipers, Pines, and Spruce, as well as an assortment of grafted and unusual ornamental plants used as accents in the landscape.

INDEX OF SHRUB PHOTOS

PHOTOS OF TOPIARIES
AND SCULPTED SHRUBS

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Arborvitae topiary shaped like a Cactus

 

Arborvitae trimmed into a Cactus
     Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd'
Star topiary

  

Arborvitae shaped like a Star
Poodle style topiary

 

Juniper pruned into a 'Poodle'
Cloud pruned topiary Juniper

 

Blue Juniper Pom-Pom

'Cloud' pruning on Junipers
Pom Pom Pine

 

'Pom-Pom' Pine
Several varieties of pine can be used to create "Pom-Poms" in the landscape. The distinctive shape is created by using various trimming techniques. It's very important to shape new growth (known as candles) in early summer.
  

  TOPIARY TIPS:  Trim topiaries often. Do your trimming and shearing in the cool of the morning (when foliage is more turgid) using sharp trimmers.

 

Juniper sheared like a basket

 

Juniper sheared into a Basket
Spiral pruned Alberta Spruce

 

'Spiral' Alberta Spruce
Boxwood Pom-Pom

Boxwood Spiral

 

Boxwood Pom Pom (top)

  

  

  

Boxwood Spiral (bottom)

Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar

 

CEDRUS libani atlantica 'Glauca Pendula'
Twisted Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar
Grow in full sun. The twisted trunk and weeping foliage make these plants real attention getters. Nice accent plant.
  
Hinoki on Standard

 

CHAMAECYPARIS obtusa 'Nana' Std.
Dwarf Hinoki Falsecypress on Standard
Slow growing accent plant with interesting dark-green, fan shaped foliage, grafted onto a standard. Sun to partial shade.
  
  
  
Twisted Hinoki Cypress

 

CHAMAECYPARIS obtusa 'Filicoides'
Twisted Hinoki Cypress
Slow growing, pyramidal evergreen with twisted branches. Prefers full sun with protection from wind.
  
  
  
  
'Daub's Frosted' Juniper

  

JUNIPERUS 'Daub's Frosted'
Daub's Frosted Juniper
Gold-tipped Juniper on a Standard.
  
Blue Pfitzer Juniper (spiral shaped)

  

JUNIPERUS x pfitzeriana 'Glauca'
Blue Pfitzer Juniper (Spiral)
Great topiary plant; sheared into 'spiral' shapes in this photograph. Fast growth to 10 ft. tall x 10 ft. wide. Best when grown in full sun. Silver-blue foliage.
  
Pom-Pom topiary

  

JUNIPERUS procumbens 'Nana'
Japanese Garden Juniper (Pom Pom)
A dependable variety of spreading juniper trained and trimmed into a Pom-Pom. Excellent!
  
Blue Carpet Juniper on Standard

  

JUNIPERUS squamata 'Blue Carpet'
Blue Carpet Juniper on a Standard
Grafted spreading evergreen with silver-blue colored foliage. Selectively prune branches for natural weeping effect. Prefers full sun.
  
Blue Star Juniper on Standard

  

JUNIPERUS squamata 'Blue Star'
Blue Star Juniper on a Standard
Slow growing, compact evergreen with rich blue, irregular foliage, on a standard.
  

 

Little Gem Spruce on a Standard

  

PICEA abies 'Lil Gem'
Little Gem Spruce on a Standard
Dense, globular, slow growing evergreen on a standard.
Blue Spruce on a Standard

 

PICEA pungens glauca 'Globosa'
Globe Blue Spruce
Slow to moderate growth from this dwarf variety of Blue Spruce. Grafted on a 'standard' it has an ornamental lollipop look and serves well as a specimen plant. Maintains its shape well on its own, or it can be sheared for a uniform appearance.
  
Dwarf White Pine on Standard

Dwarf White Pine on standard

  

PINUS strobus 'Nana'
Dwarf White Pine on Standard
Compact, dwarf evergreen with natural globular form. Long, soft blue-green needles. Slow growth to 6 ft x 6 ft.
  
Scotch Pine Pom-Pom PINUS sylvestris Pom Pom
Pom Pom Scotch Pine
Evergreen accent plant hardy to Zone 3. Shear annually to maintain shape. Growth to 15 ft tall x 10 feet wide. Grow in full sun.

 

  

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