A gallery of miniature conifers

Choose which ones fit your garden railway best
Two ten-year-old sawara false cypress trees grow along the siding to the Itzall Mine.
Don Parker
Nothing gives a sense of scale and believability to a garden railway quite as well as miniature trees. When it comes to really small trees that translate well to our railroad landscapes, conifers (cone bearing, needled evergreens) seem to have the most representatives in the miniature woody-plant kingdom

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