Most softwood species are easy to shape. Not only dwarf varieties and smaller plants, but also some taller trees such as Picea (spruce), Larix (larch), Thuja (tree of life), Pinus (Scots Pine) and many others can be formed into a variety of shapes.
Lappen does not only rely on classic forms such as spheres, columns or cones. With the ‘Windbraut’, the ‘Canyon Typ’ ‘or the’ Gipfelstürmer ‘Lappen delivers unique pieces of a special kind.
In addition to the suitability as a hedge plants coniferous plants offer a variety of other uses. Therefore they are impressively used as a single plant in parks or gardens. They decorate Japanese gardens as a cushion shape and are suitable for an attractive planting of narrow spaces.
The in-house selection Ginkgo biloba ‘Dila’ (Ginkgo tree), whose mother plant stands in front of the nursery’s office, stands out, like the species itself, through its adaptability. It does not require any special soil requirements and is therefore flexible in use. Ginkgo biloba ‘Dila’ (ginkgo tree) grows more horizontal than vertical, loose and broadly spreading.