• Conifers
Conifers

Conifer trees bear cones and evergreen needlelike (Pinus, Abies) or scalelike (Cupressus, Chamaecyparis) leaves. A conifer is typically evergreen, although some individuals are deciduous.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Nigra

Pyramidal Arborvitae typically reach heights of 20-30 feet with a spread of 4-5 feet. They have dark green foliage that persists through the winter. Pyramidal Arborvitae are insect and disease resistant.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Emerald Green

The Emerald Green Pyramidal Arborvitae grow 10-15 feet high with a spread of 3-4 feet. They have a bright emerald green color all year and do not fade in the winter months. Common uses are for windbreak or visual barriers.

Hemlock - Tsuga Canadensis

Hemlock Trees grow up to 70 feet high with a spread of around 35 feet. Hemlocks like moist, organic well drained soil. The Hemlock does very well in rocky bluffs or sandy soil and tolerates shade well.

Japanese Larch - Larix Leptolepsis

The Japanese Larch (Larix Leptolepsis) is generally described as a perennial tree. The Japanese Larch (Kaempferi) has a long life span relative to most other plant species and a rapid growth rate.

  • Conifers
Conifers

Conifer trees bear cones and evergreen needlelike (Pinus, Abies) or scalelike (Cupressus, Chamaecyparis) leaves. A conifer is typically evergreen, although some individuals are deciduous.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Nigra

Pyramidal Arborvitae typically reach heights of 20-30 feet with a spread of 4-5 feet. They have dark green foliage that persists through the winter. Pyramidal Arborvitae are insect and disease resistant.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Emerald Green

The Emerald Green Pyramidal Arborvitae grow 10-15 feet high with a spread of 3-4 feet. They have a bright emerald green color all year and do not fade in the winter months. Common uses are for windbreak or visual barriers.

Hemlock - Tsuga Canadensis

Hemlock Trees grow up to 70 feet high with a spread of around 35 feet. Hemlocks like moist, organic well drained soil. The Hemlock does very well in rocky bluffs or sandy soil and tolerates shade well.

Japanese Larch - Larix Leptolepsis

The Japanese Larch (Larix Leptolepsis) is generally described as a perennial tree. The Japanese Larch (Kaempferi) has a long life span relative to most other plant species and a rapid growth rate.

  • Conifers
Conifers

Conifer trees bear cones and evergreen needlelike (Pinus, Abies) or scalelike (Cupressus, Chamaecyparis) leaves. A conifer is typically evergreen, although some individuals are deciduous.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Nigra

Pyramidal Arborvitae typically reach heights of 20-30 feet with a spread of 4-5 feet. They have dark green foliage that persists through the winter. Pyramidal Arborvitae are insect and disease resistant.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Emerald Green

The Emerald Green Pyramidal Arborvitae grow 10-15 feet high with a spread of 3-4 feet. They have a bright emerald green color all year and do not fade in the winter months. Common uses are for windbreak or visual barriers.

Hemlock - Tsuga Canadensis

Hemlock Trees grow up to 70 feet high with a spread of around 35 feet. Hemlocks like moist, organic well drained soil. The Hemlock does very well in rocky bluffs or sandy soil and tolerates shade well.

Japanese Larch - Larix Leptolepsis

The Japanese Larch (Larix Leptolepsis) is generally described as a perennial tree. The Japanese Larch (Kaempferi) has a long life span relative to most other plant species and a rapid growth rate.

  • Conifers
Conifers

Conifer trees bear cones and evergreen needlelike (Pinus, Abies) or scalelike (Cupressus, Chamaecyparis) leaves. A conifer is typically evergreen, although some individuals are deciduous.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Nigra

Pyramidal Arborvitae typically reach heights of 20-30 feet with a spread of 4-5 feet. They have dark green foliage that persists through the winter. Pyramidal Arborvitae are insect and disease resistant.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Emerald Green

The Emerald Green Pyramidal Arborvitae grow 10-15 feet high with a spread of 3-4 feet. They have a bright emerald green color all year and do not fade in the winter months. Common uses are for windbreak or visual barriers.

Hemlock - Tsuga Canadensis

Hemlock Trees grow up to 70 feet high with a spread of around 35 feet. Hemlocks like moist, organic well drained soil. The Hemlock does very well in rocky bluffs or sandy soil and tolerates shade well.

Japanese Larch - Larix Leptolepsis

The Japanese Larch (Larix Leptolepsis) is generally described as a perennial tree. The Japanese Larch (Kaempferi) has a long life span relative to most other plant species and a rapid growth rate.

  • Conifers
Conifers

Conifer trees bear cones and evergreen needlelike (Pinus, Abies) or scalelike (Cupressus, Chamaecyparis) leaves. A conifer is typically evergreen, although some individuals are deciduous.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Nigra

Pyramidal Arborvitae typically reach heights of 20-30 feet with a spread of 4-5 feet. They have dark green foliage that persists through the winter. Pyramidal Arborvitae are insect and disease resistant.

Pyramidal Arborvitae - Emerald Green

The Emerald Green Pyramidal Arborvitae grow 10-15 feet high with a spread of 3-4 feet. They have a bright emerald green color all year and do not fade in the winter months. Common uses are for windbreak or visual barriers.

Hemlock - Tsuga Canadensis

Hemlock Trees grow up to 70 feet high with a spread of around 35 feet. Hemlocks like moist, organic well drained soil. The Hemlock does very well in rocky bluffs or sandy soil and tolerates shade well.

Japanese Larch - Larix Leptolepsis

The Japanese Larch (Larix Leptolepsis) is generally described as a perennial tree. The Japanese Larch (Kaempferi) has a long life span relative to most other plant species and a rapid growth rate.

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Updated on 2013-10-14T01:36:49+00:00, by admin.