A section mainly dedicated to the world of dwarf conifers, ornamental plants of easy cultivation and very resistant to diseases, cold winters and quite tolerant with drought.

Everlasting, slow growth, longevity, zero maintenance and a wide assortment of colors and shapes make them the protagonists of gardens and terraces.

The Japanese were among the first to preserve and grow the varieties of slow growing conifers, with the aim of recreating, in miniature, the fantastic landscapes of the great conifers. Then more recently, other countries have developed many researches and patented new varieties of dwarf conifers, much more suited to today's needs.