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'White Imp'

A ‘pygmy-sized dwarf’ according to Hatch (2018–2020), of conical habit, with new growth pure white, lasting long into the summer, and a proportion of needles often remaining dull-white into their second year. Selected in the 1970s by William Goddard of Floravista Gardens, British Columbia, Canada. (Auders & Spicer 2012).

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