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Evergreen Tree Varieties

This is a guide to Evergreen trees that we carry. It is not all-inclusive and is subject to availability.

Revised 2014

    Dark Green Arborvitae
    Height: 20-30 ft.
    Width: 5-10 ft.
    Color: Dark green
    Shape: Dense, narrow, pyramidal
    Pyramidal large shrub with dark green foliage that persists through winter. Symmetrical, and shears well.
    Emerald Green Arborvitae
    Height: 10-20 ft.
    Width: 3-5 ft.
    Color: Bright Emerald Green
    Shape: Compact pyramidal
    Slower growing, excellent for heat tolerance. Plant with space between to avoid damage.
    Techny Arborvitae
    Height: 8-10 ft.
    Width: 4-5 ft.
    Color: Dark green
    Shape: Broad,pyramidal
    Excellent for screens and tall sheared hedges. Very dark green. Good in sun or light shade. Very winter hardy.
    Weeping Alaskan Cedar
    Height: 30 ft.
    Width: 10-20 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Light green foliage, cones
    Shape: Narrow, conical
    A gracefully weeping top and pendulous branches cascade from an upright central trunk to create a remarkable sculptural landscape specimen.
    Golden Hinoki Cypress
    Height: 10-15 ft.
    Width: 6-8 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Gold to dark green
    Shape: Loosely Upright, Conical
    A standard sized Hinoki Cypress but the golden counterpart to the species. Outer open ‘fans’ are a golden color, while the interior is a darker green.
    Hinoki Cypress
    Height: 10-15 ft.
    Width: 6-8 ft.
    Color: Deep Green
    Shape: Upright, conical
    Strong growing shrub with beautifully layered foliage.
    Sullivan Cypress
    Height: 18-20 ft.
    Width: 8-10 ft.
    Color: Grayish-green foliage
    Shape: Conical
    Drooping branches provide a semi-pendulous habit. Grows well in part shade. Can be used as a substitute for Hemlock.
    Canadian Hemlock
    Height: 40-60 ft.
    Width: 25-30 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Cones are small; silver bands on underside of short, fine needle
    Shape: Pyramidal
    A graceful and adaptable evergreen, excellent for hedges or informal plantings. Good tolerance of shade.
    Emerald Arrow Bosnian Pine
    Height: 6-15 ft.
    Width: 3-5 ft.
    Color: Long, dark green needles
    Shape: Upright Pyramidal
    Upright branches on tall, trim. Accents of silvery-white highlights.
    Taylor’s Sunburst Contorted Pine
    Height: 10-15 ft.
    Width: 6-8 ft.
    Color: Long stiff green needles
    Shape: Upright, Broad
    Brilliant golden, yellow new growth in spring. Red pollen cones.
    Vanderwolf Limber Pine
    Height: 20-25 ft.
    Width: 10-15 ft.
    Color: Long, blue green needles
    Shape: Loosely pyramidal
    Distinctive, pyramidal shaped pine with long, twisted, silvery, blue-green needles displayed on dense branches.
    White Pine
    Height: 50-80 ft.
    Width: 20-40 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Needless are 2 – 4 inches long
    Shape: Wide spreading
    Tall distinctive, fast-growing conifer with horizontal branching. Foliage is a soft, light green.
    Columnar White Pine
    Height: 35-40 ft.
    Width: 10-15 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Soft blue-green needles
    Shape: Narrow, Pyramidal
    A narrow column widening with age.
    Weeping White Pine
    Height: Stake to desired height
    Width: 15-20 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Soft blue-green needles
    Shape: Weeping
    Beautiful pendulous habit.
    Joe Kozey Japanese Umbrella Pine
    Height: 20-30
    Width: 15-20 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Long, dark green needles
    Shape: Narrow, pyramidal
    Withstands snow loads much better because its branches are sturdier and they are held more tightly to the trunk than other types. Becomes a large, spire-like tree.
    Baby Blue Spruce
    Height: 20-25 ft.
    Width: 15 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Blue needles
    Shape: Cone Shaped
    Brilliant blue coloration from the new growth through the entire plant. Slow growth rate.
    Colorado Spruce
    Height: 40-60 ft.
    Width: 20-35 ft.
    Cones and Needles: 4 sided needle; 3/4-1 1/4″ long
    Shape: Densely Pyramidal
    Large, slow-growing, dense conical conifer with blue-green summer and fall color. Adaptable to hot, dry conditions.
    Columnar Colorado Spruce
    Height: 20-30 ft.
    Width: 10-15 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Blue-green needles
    Shape: Densely pyramidal, narrow
    A popular selection for its tight, columnar habit. Since it will not grow as tall as the species and nor as wide, it is the perfect choice for planting in a small area or next to a structure such as a building or fence. The branches will spread with age, but can be kept tight with shearing.
    Fat Albert Colorado Spruce
    Height: 10-15 ft.
    Width: 10-12 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Blue-green needles
    Shape: Broadly Pyramidal
    Pyramidal form with a spread at the base that is nearly as equal to the height of the tree. Maintains fullness without pruning.
    Gowdy Oriental Spruce
    Height: 8-10 ft.
    Width: 8 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Short, green needles
    Shape: Narrow, Pyramidal
    Very short, glossy, dark-green needles, held close to the stems of this narrow selection, give the well-defined, recurved, sweeping branches a distinctive appearance.
    Serbian Spruce
    Height: 35-50 ft.
    Width: 15-25 ft.
    Cones and Needles: White bands on the underneath of needles
    Shape: Pyramidal
    Tall, slow growing conifer with graceful, slender habit. White bands on the underside create a bicolor effect.
    White Spruce
    Height: 30-60 ft.
    Width: 15-25 ft.
    Cone-shaped evergreen with bluish green needles.
    Norway Spruce
    Height: 50-70 ft.
    Width: 20-30 ft.
    Cones and Needles: 0.5-1″ inches dark green needles; Cones are purple/violet to greenish purple in youth, light brown at maturity
    Shape: Pyramidal
    Large, short needled evergreen.
    Columnar Norway Spruce
    Height: 30 ft.
    Width: 8 ft.-10 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Dark Green
    Shape: Pyramidal, narrow
    Densely pyramidal, narrow Columnar form of “Norway Spruce.” An excellent screening plant with dark green needles that are more attractive than the straight needles of the Norway Spruce. In addition to its much-desired narrow form, this tree also has a higher tolerance for snow loads than do most columnar types.
    Weeping Norway Spruce
    Height: 8-15 ft.
    Cones and Needles: Deep-green needles; Long light-brown cones.
    Shape: Weeping
    Upright, staked tree. Very pendulous branches.

Comments & Responses

8 Responses so far.

  1. virginia cousino says:

    I am looking for a live blue spruce to use as a christmas tree this year , and plant in the spring for a memorial. are you open in the winter. and do you have any thing like this.

  2. admin says:

    We do carry live blue spruce trees that you could use as a Christmas tree. The smallest of the Colorado Spruce that we have would be a 4′ tree and would weigh approx. 200 lbs, so you would have to plan to bring it in to your home and then plan ahead to plant it as soon as you are finished with it inside. In general you do not want to have a tree in your house for more than a week or two at the most. You can dig your hole for the tree ahead of time, fill it with mulch and then place a tarp over the hole so that when the tree is finished being a Christmas tree it can be placed in the ground right away.

    Another option is to purchase a smaller blue spruce that we have in a container, and place it outside as decoration. You will need to make sure that it is placed in a well-drained container and make sure that it remains watered through the winter.

    We hope this information helps with your decision.

  3. phil merrill says:

    I am looking for a columnar blue spruce.
    If you have any, what would the least expensive run me?

  4. admin says:

    We currently do not have a columnar Blue Spruce in stock. Often those types of trees are received in the spring.


    Weeping Norway Spruce are they in stock and cost

  6. admin says:

    We currently have Weeping Norway Spruce in stock. They are in a #3 container and are priced at $69.00 each. We get a shipment of larger Weeping Norway Spruce in the spring.

  7. Kris says:

    I’m looking for a Beautiful “Redbud ” tree , Could you give me Price, Pictures,& when is the best time to plant one ? Thanks Kris

  8. admin says:

    We do have Redbud trees in a variety of sizes and cultivars. You’ll want to come in to take a look as each tree has its own individual characteristics. Prices depend on the size and type of the tree. You could plant one now as fall and spring are the best times to plant.

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