Trees

Trees

Types of Evergreens

Pine

Austrian Pine

Austrian Pine

Very hardy for a variety of climates. Great for wind breaks.

White Pine

White Pine

Clustered, soft blue-green needles. Great for wind breaks.

Red Pine

Red Pine

Sometimes called a “Norway Pine.” Often used in reforestation projects.

Scotch Pine

Scotch Pine

The Scotch Pine is great ornamental evergreen tree and is great for Christmas.

Spruce

Colorado Blue Spruce

Colorado Blue Spruce

One of our most popular trees. Magnificent silver blue-green needles.

Norway Spruce

Norway Spruce

The fastest growing spruce tree. Ideal for wind breaks.

Serbian Spruce

Serbian Spruce

Thin arching branches with a slender straight trunk.

White Spruce

White Spruce

Beautiful, straight tall tree that tolerates most soil.

Englemann Spruce

Englemann Spruce

Native to western North America, but available here.

Dwarf Alberta Spruce

Dwarf Alberta Spruce

A small, dense evergreen great for landscaping.

Fir

Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir

A classic form with superior needle retention with a pleasant scent, which makes it a great choice for Christmas.

Concolor Fir

Concolor Fir

Light colored bark and silver blue-green needles. Tolerates most soils and drought.

Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir

Also known as an Oregon Pine. Can grow very tall.

Canaan Fir

Canaan Fir

Medium-growing fir that does not drop its needles.

Other

Sullivan Cypress

Sullivan Cypress

Semi-pendulous branches with feathering foliage.

Canadian Hemlock

Canadian Hemlock

Ideal for screening, grouping and foundation plantings.

Dark Green Arborvitae

Dark Green Arborvitae

Very hardy for a variety of climates. Great for wind breaks.

Emerald Green Arborvitae

Emerald Green Arborvitae

Prized for traditional shape, slow growth and easy care.

Eastern Red Cedar

Eastern Red Cedar

Great for use as a shrub, but can also grow quite tall.

Woodwardi Globe

Woodwardi Globe

Globe-shaped with rich dense foliage that holds it color year round.

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