Add visual interest to your garden with these cone-shaped topiary. Look fantastic when arranged symmetrically in matching pairs.
Like balls, shrubs are selected with a compact bushy habit but with central upright growth. Plants are trimmed by eye with garden shears positioned on an angle around the outside of the cone and angled up to the point of the cone. To maintain compact cone shape, plants should be trimmed at least 3-4 times during growing seasons.
Cones are mainly used in containers as features placed either size of an entrance way in symmetrical matching pairs. Popular also for ends of clipped hedge where hedge grows in the cone to form a complete unit.
Warners grows the following varieties as Clipped Cones: