Abies – Wholesale
Abies are an evergreen conifer, commonly called ‘Firs’. A number of species are widely grown from large trees to low growing ground cover plants. Abies pendula is perhaps the best of the specimen trees for landscaping, good soft weeping foliage in a very attractive tree. Other species have attractive peeling bark and many have prominent cones in spring to summer which add interest.
A favourite in the landscaping industry. Abies make great specimen trees and useful in a wide range of situations. Once established Abies are a tough species.
Weeping varieties are most attractive. Dwarf forms are also available.
Dwarf Abies include:
- A. Koreana ‘Starkers Dwarf’, A. procera ‘Noble Dwarf’, A. procera ‘Glauca Prostrata’, A. pinsapo ‘Horstmann’, A. procera ‘La Graciosa’, A. koreana ‘Wustmeyer’, A. nordmanniana ‘Golden Spreader’, A. koreana ‘Krystal Kugel’, A. koreana ‘Tundra’, A. fraseri ‘Prostrata’, A. balsamea ‘Hudsonia’
WHOLESALE ABIES NURSERIES
WINTER HILL TREE FARM Ph: 02 4878 9193 Fax: 02 4878 9109
NSW Southern Highlands
Retail & Wholesale. Advanced trees & hedging. Grown in pots for year-round planting. 45 litre - 1000 litre available. Great range. Great Quality. Delivery available.
CNR Sherbrooke & Mt Dandenong Tourist Rds Ferny Creek. VIC 3786
Conifers, Magnolias, Maples, Dogwoods and Buxus.
29 Victoria Ave Monbulk VIC 3792
(03) 9756 6668
Includes Dwarf Grafted Forms: Abies balsamea Verkades Prostrate, cephalonica Meyers Dwarf, koreana Tundra, pinsapo Horstmann, procera.
(03) 9756 6105
Deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. Flowering, Fruiting and Ornamental. Bare root and containerised 20cm to advanced. Strictly wholesale.
44 Randall Crescent Moe VIC 3825
phone: 0427278853 fax: 0351278853
Wholesale growers of deciduous tree seedlings. Acer, Betula, Cercis, Fraxinus, Gleditsia, Liriodendron, Malus, Melia, Nyssa, Pyrus, Pistacia, Quercus, Robinia and Ulmus.
858 Sunnycreek Rd Trafalgar VIC 3824
ph 03 5634 7630 fax 03 5634 7619
Growers of bare rooted and potted ornamental deciduous trees, over 400 varieties, many not commonly grown. We have an extensive range of crab apples, liquidambars, Prunus, Pyrus and a number of maples, and much more.