Picking the right cultivar . . .
I'm looking for some advice on picking the right dwarf conifer cultivar. My employer is letting me pick out the plants for the foundation planting at our new building. I was given three stipulations:
1) The plant should mature at 24 to 30 inches tall (61-76cm). The first 40 inches (just over a meter) of the backdrop wall is stonework that my employer does not want overly obscured.
2) The plant has to be readily available at a decent size, i.e. my employer wants a decent sized specimen to fill the area rather than say a 2 year graft.
3) Being "deer resistant" or "deer proof" is a plus - we have a very large herd in the area that decimates landscaping. The local government has had to resort to bait and shoot operations just to keep the population from growing unchecked.
Any recommendations? If you have something in mind that fits these requirements, please let me know!