Evergreens

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American Larch
American Larch
Open and pyramidal with a slender trunk. Horizontal branches and drooping branchlets make for a graceful effect.
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Austrian Pine
Austrian Pine
A stately vigorous tree with long rich green needles. Withstands city smoke.
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Baby Blue Colorado Spruce
Baby Blue Colorado Spruce
Habit is more dense and vigorous than a grafted clone like Hoopsi.
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Balsam Fir
Balsam Fir
Slow growing, symmetrical evergreen with soft fragrant needles.
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Blaauws Juniper
Blaauws Juniper
A semi-upright bushy evergreen with blue-green foliage. Splendid as a windbreak or screen.
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Black Cedar
Black Cedar
Similar to the pyramidal variety but broader at the base. Has a dark green, dense foliage.
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Blue Arrow Juniper
Blue Arrow Juniper
A narrow selection with bright blue foliage and tight compact branches. Requires little trimming.
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Blue Chip Juniper
Blue Chip Juniper
Superb silvery blue colour with fine foliage; low mounding, its spreading habit creates a superior ground cover.
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Blue Danube Juniper
Blue Danube Juniper
Bluish-green foliage stands out on this plant’s semi-upright form. A more horizontal variety than Savin.
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Blue Nootka False Cypress
Blue Nootka False Cypress
A large evergreen with a narrow pyramidal habit. Branches are horizontal with bluish foliage.
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Blue Rug Juniper
Blue Rug Juniper
Outstanding colour makes this an ideal selection for ground cover or rock garden plantings.
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Blue Star Juniper
Blue Star Juniper
This dwarf bush of dense steel blue foliage is ideal for rock gardens.
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Bristlecone Pine
Bristlecone Pine
A dwarf pine native to the American Rockies. Ideal for rock gardens and bonsai.
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Buffalo Juniper
Buffalo Juniper
Unusual wide spreading branches of soft feathery, bright green foliage. Lower growing than Tamarix Juniper.
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Calgary Carpet Juniper
Calgary Carpet Juniper
Displays a low spreading habit with overlapping branches. Attractive soft green foliage.
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Canadian Hemlock
Canadian Hemlock
A native evergreen of graceful habit, slow growing. Excellent for partial shade.
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Colorado Blue Spruce
Colorado Blue Spruce
Symmetrical broadly pyramidal form with rigid, tiered branches that are densely covered with stiff gray-blue needles.
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Columnar Blue Spruce
Columnar Blue Spruce
Blue spruce with upright branching. Very narrow habit and slow growing.
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Compact Andorra Juniper
Compact Andorra Juniper
A lovely juniper, rich in colour, compact. Foliage is grayish-green turning to a plum shade in the fall.
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Degroot's Spire Cedar
Degroot’s Spire Cedar
Narrow columnar form with good medium colour. Foliage texture is very refined.
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Dense Yew
Dense Yew
A broad, compact, slow growing variety. Shade tolerant.
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Douglas Fir
Douglas Fir
Not unlike the Colorado Spruce, but with softer foliage. Ideal tree for windbreaks and screening.
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Dwarf Balsam Fir
Dwarf Balsam Fir
Dwarf, globular shrub with dense branches. Tolerant of shade or sun, looser growing in shade.
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Dwarf Hinoki False Cypress
Dwarf Hinoki False Cypress
A dwarf specimen plant with rich green, broadly upright, fan-shaped sprays. Irregular shape and dark green compact foliage.
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Dwarf Scots Pine
Dwarf Scots Pine
Rounded form created by dense horizontal branches with ascending branchlets. A slow grower.
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Dwarf Serbian Spruce
Dwarf Serbian Spruce
Dwarf plant with blue-white bands on the underside of glossy, blue-green needles.
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Dwarf Weeping Hemlock
Dwarf Weeping Hemlock
Dwarf variety with short leaves. Branches often droop to form a graceful look.
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Dwarf White Pine
Dwarf White Pine
An excellent plant for foundation and entrance settings.
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Dwarf Yew
Dwarf Yew
Hardy dwarf slow growing. Shade tolerant.
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Elegans Dwarf Norway Spruce
Elegans Dwarf Norway Spruce
A compact, dwarf plant with deep green coloured foliage and a broad cylindrical habit.
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Emerald Cedar
Emerald Cedar
Introduction from Sweden. Also known as ‘Smaragd’. This is a bright green, dense pyramid.
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Emerald Spreader (monloo) Japanese Yew
Emerald Spreader (monloo) Japanese Yew
A low maintenance spreader suitable for ground cover, embankment plantings or low hedges.
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European Larch
European Larch
Rapid growing conifer. Useful for windscreens and solitary plantings. Sheds its needles in late fall.
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Fairview Juniper
Fairview Juniper
An upright juniper of pyramidal form that is able to withstand exposed conditions. Strong grower.
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Fat Albert Spruce
Fat Albert Spruce
An outstanding small dwarf blue spruce with a naturally straight leader and well shaped form. Very slow growing.
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Fraser Fir
Fraser Fir
A specimen evergreen with glossy dark green foliage. Prefers moist, well drained soil.
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Globe Blue Spruce
Globe Blue Spruce
Dwarf form of the Blue Spruce. Silvery-blue in late spring, turning to green-blue in the summer. Slow growing.
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Gnom Juniper
Gnom Juniper
Grey-green columnar juniper with a bluish cast, tight growth habit, extremely hardy. Juvenile, awl-type foliage.
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Gold Coast Juniper
Gold Coast Juniper
Foliage has outstanding golden colouring that is retained and deepens during winter months.
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Gold Lace Juniper
Gold Lace Juniper
Hardy semi dwarf evergreen, wide spreading graceful form, retains its golden coloured foliage.
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Gold Star Juniper
Gold Star Juniper
A semi-dwarf, low-growing juniper with dense growth. Distinctive golden colour with bright gold tips.
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Golden Globe Cedar
Golden Globe Cedar
This cedar has bright golden foliage. Needs full sun.
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Golden Japanese Yew
Golden Japanese Yew
Plant in full sun for best colour.
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Grey Owl Juniper
Grey Owl Juniper
An outstanding strong growing spreading juniper. The foliage is finely textured and soft to touch.
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Hetz's Juniper
Hetz’s Juniper
A splendid dense spreading evergreen with feathery silvery-blue foliage.
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Holmstrup_Cedar
Holmstrup Cedar
A compact pyramid with bright green colour. Slow growing and deserving of much wider use.
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Icee Blue Juniper
Icee Blue Juniper
Dense tightly compressed foliage resembles a thick carpet. Adult growth purple-tinged blue tips.
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Japanese Garden Juniper
Japanese Garden Juniper
A ground hugging spreader with delightful cushion form and beautiful bluish-green foliage.
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Jeddeloh Dwarf Hemlock
Jeddeloh Dwarf Hemlock
Very slow growing hemlock; ideal for rock gardens and bonsai. This plant has mound-like appearance.
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Limeglow Juniper
Limeglow Juniper
A ground-hugging evergreen that is great in mass plantings, or as bedding plants.
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Little Giant Globe Cedar
Little Giant Globe Cedar
Vivid dark green foliage characterizes this compact and hardy plant.
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Mint Julep Juniper
Mint Julep Juniper
Mint green foliage with a compact habit of upward arching branches create a fountain-like form.
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Moffet Juniper
Moffet Juniper
A narrow, symmetrical upright juniper of intense blue colour.
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Mountbatten Juniper
Mountbatten Juniper
A rapid growing, hardy, compact-growing, columnar form.
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Mugho Pine
Mugho Pine
A compact bush of dwarf globular form much used in foundation and rockery plantings.
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Neon Blue Spruce
Neon Blue Spruce
A slow growing, naturally tight plant which is compact with a very symmetrical shape.
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Northern Starburst Rhododendron
Nest Spruce
Interesting, low, broad, nest-like plant, hardy. Flat-topped spreading bush much wider than high.
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Norway Spruce
Norway Spruce
Tall, rapid growing tree, used for a windbreak. Dark green needles on dense branches.
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Old Gold Juniper
Old Gold Juniper
A graceful compact spreader with lacy growth. Slow growing. Colourful addition to landscape plantings.
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Pauls Gold Juniper
Pauls Gold Juniper
Intense golden colour characterizes this slow growing juniper.
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Pompom
Pompom
A decoratively shaped evergreen that makes a striking focal point.
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Prince Of Wales Juniper
Prince Of Wales Juniper
Low spreading branches form a star burst pattern that displays a soft, very dense plush carpet.
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Pyramid Cedar
Pyramid Cedar
The growth is compact, narrow and erect and is used in foundation plantings, or where an accent plant is required.
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Pyramidal Japanese Yew
Pyramidal Japanese Yew
Shiny green foliage, partial shade. Annual shearing after new growth has formed is advisable to keep in a compact form.
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Pyramidal White Pine
Pyramidal White Pine
Rapid growing, narrow dense columnar form. Upright branches hold soft blue-green needles.
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Rocky Mountain Fir
Rocky Mountain Fir
A dwarf variety that is slow growing and very compact. Excellent for a rock garden specimen.
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Royal Knight Blue Spruce
Royal Knight Blue Spruce
This new naturally dense Blue Spruce shapes itself. Excellent silvery-blue foliage.
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San Jose Juniper
San Jose Juniper
A dense prostrate shrub with attractive blue foliage.
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Savin Juniper
Savin Juniper
A very hardy and most satisfactory evergreen; bushy semi-upright that succeeds in most soils.
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Scots Pine
Scots Pine
A hardy rapid growing Pine that will adapt itself to almost any location or soil.
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Serbian Spruce
Serbian Spruce
A hardy ornamental spruce which is very attractive with its green silvery leaves.
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Siberian Carpet Cypress
Siberian Carpet Cypress
A species from south-eastern Siberia. Juniper-like flat spreader. Good fast growing ground cover with green foliage turning bronze in winter.
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Skyrocket Juniper
Skyrocket Juniper
An extremely narrow, rocket-like, upright evergreen.
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Slowmound Pine
Slowmound Pine
A tru dwarf mugo with dark green needles and a dense, compact, mounding shape.
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Spartan Juniper
Spartan Juniper
In colour, similar to Fairview. It is pyramidal by nature, thus requires very little or no trimming.
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Swiss Stone Pine
Swiss Stone Pine
Slow growing and narrowly columnar, the narrowest of the upright pines.
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Tamarix Juniper
Tamarix Juniper
Unusually attractive feathery green foliage and prostrate spreading form make this variety excellent for foundation, rockery and border planting.
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Threadleaf False Cypress
Threadleaf False Cypress
Unusually attractive feathery green foliage and prostrate spreading form make this variety excellent for foundation, rockery and border planting.
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Weeping European Larch
Weeping European Larch
Soft green weeping foliage with golden colour in autumn; if staked will grow to 5 meters in height.
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Weeping Nookta False Cypress
Weeping Nookta False Cypress
Very unusual with its pendulous branches and upright habit. An excellent specimen tree. Slow to medium growth.
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Weeping Norway Spruce
Weeping Norway Spruce
A distinctive specimen with weeping branches. It will remain prostrate along the ground unless staked.
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Vancouver Jade Bearberry
Vancouver Jade Bearberry
Lush green foliage on red stems on this evergreen ground cover. Clusters of fragrant pink flowers in early spring.
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Weeping White Pine
Weeping White Pine
A weeping form of pine often upright. Open structure with long bluish needles.
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White Fir
White Fir
An excellent specimen conifer, with a medium growth rate.
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White Spruce
White_Spruce
Hardy, shapely tree, used as specimen or windbreak. Will tolerate cold exposed areas, drought and heat.
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Wichita Blue Juniper
Wichita Blue Juniper
An attractive pyramidal evergreen with a broad full upright habit and blue foliage that stays bright all year.
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Yellow Ribbon Cedar
Yellow Ribbon Cedar
New growth is yellow, maturing to a yellowish green.
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