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The Canadian Hemlock Tree is slow to grow but lives a long time. These trees have a pyramid or conical shape with small needles that have a fine texture in appearance. They appear very delicate compared with other evergreens. Color of the needles is dark green on top and light green underneath.
Thuja standishii x plicata ‘green Giant’
The Green Giant Arborvitae is a large, vigorous, fast-growing evergreen – shooting up by as much as 3 feet per year until maturity.
The Douglas Fir tree is an evergreen tree and a member of the pine family. It has enjoyed popularity over the years as a favorite Christmas tree. Medium in size this tree often grows to heights of 70-390 feet tall (although only the coastal trees of the Pacific Northwest grow to such large heights).
Thuja occidentalis ‘Techny’
Thuja occidentalis, commonly known as American arborvitae, Eastern arborvitae, Eastern white cedar or Northern white cedar, is a dense, conical to narrow-pyramidal (sometimes maturing to broad-pyramidal), often single-trunked.
The Colorado Blue Spruce is a popular evergreen with its attractive blue accents to the tips of its branches. These silvery-blue needles add an interesting contrast to the garden and landscape all year round.
Thuja occidentalis ‘Nigra’
Nigra’ arborvitae is an upright, cone-shaped, narrow evergreen with flattened sprays of dense, deep green foliage and good winter color. It is a hardy, relatively low-maintenance tree and takes pruning well. It makes an excellent vertical accent, wind or privacy screen, natural fence, or hedge.
This large evergreen coniferous tree can grow to heights exceeding 115′ and up to 180′ tall. It serves as an ornamental tree in urban landscapes and is often used as a windbreak in both urban and rural areas.
Thuja occidentalis ‘Emera’
Emerald Green Arborvitae trees, also known as ‘Smaragd’ due to their Danish origins, grow in a narrow pyramid shape, eventually to 10-15 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide.
The White Pine Tree is one of the tallest growing trees in North America. Its flexible, bluish-green needles appear in bundles of 5 and its cones are long and slender.
The most graceful of all spruces, the Serbian Spruce offers thin arching branches with a slender straight trunk.
Picea Pungens ‘Fat Albert’
Picea pungens ‘Fat Albert’ is quite common and very popular in the nursery trade. It is a vigorous, densely compact, broadly pyramidal selection of Colorado spruce with nice, bright-blue needles.