Evergreens

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Abies concolor White Fur

Blue-green needles and light colored new growth give this plant a cheerful appearance. One of the most desirable pyramidal evergreen trees in the landscape. Prefers moist, well drained soils. Height 50′. Spread 30′. Zone 4-7

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Chamaecyparis Golden Mops Threadleaf

Yellow scale-like foliage covers the thin pendulous (mop-like) stems with a relatively low, semi-weeping habit. Matures slowly. Retains its color best when planted in full sun. A lovely and different accent plant. Height 5′. Spread 7′. Zone 4-8

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Juniperus chinenses Maney Juniper

A semi-erect, spreading, bushy Juniper with a blue cast to its foliage. Handsome appearance, medium sized for any planting. Grey green berries and one of the hardiest evergreens for the landscape. Salt tolerant. Full sun to part shade. Height 4-5′. Spread 5-6′. Zone 3-8

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Juniperus chinenses Sea Green Juniper

Attractive mint-green foliage on graceful, fountain-like arching branches makes this an excellent evergreen for the foundation landscape. The foliage darkens in cold weather. Full sun. Height 4-6′. Spread 4-6′ Zone 4-8

Juniperus chinenese Sea Green Globe Juniper

Mint-green foliage, sheared to a globe form. Must be sheared to retain globe shape. Foliage darkens in cold weather. Full sun. Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′ Zone 4-8

Juniperus chinenese Blueberry Delight Juniper

Dense, low-spreading Juniper with rich, dark green needles with a contrasting silvery blue line on the upper leaf surface. Full sun. Height 1′. Spread 4-5′. Zone 3-7

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Juniperus horizontalis Blue Chip Juniper

A prostrate Juniper that maintains an outstanding blue color all season. Best in sun or light shade. Compact growth habit that needs little shearing. Height 8-10″. Spread 3-5′. Zone 3-8

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Juniperus horizontalis Hughes Juniper

This silvery-blue, low growing, spreading Juniper is very popular where it is known. Full sun. Height 15″. Spread 6-8′. Zone 3-8

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Juniperus horizontalis Wilton Blue Rug Juniper

One of the best prostrate Junipers. Forms a dense mat of blue foliage. Excellent as a groundcover or bank planting. Quite attractive when allowed to drape over retaining walls. Full sun to light shade. height 4-6″. Spread 3-5′. Zone 3-8

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Juniperus sabina Blue Forest Juniper

Use this juniper in rock gardens and as a groundcover in small sites. It has ascending branches that form a miniature ‘Blue Forest’. Full sun or light shade is best. Height 12″. Spread 3′. Zone 4-7

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Juniperus squamato Blue Star Juniper

Forms a mounded shape of bright, steel-blue foliage. Slow growing. Can be used as a groundcover or in mass plantings. Full sun to light shade. Prefers the cooler climates of the Northern States. Height 2′. Spread 4′. Zone 4-8

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Juniperus x media Daub’s Frosted Juniper

Soft-textured, blue-green foliage is accented by golden new growth. Great for erosion control along banks and slopes. Full sun, well-drained soil, drought resistant once established. Height 2-3′. Spread 6′. Zone 5-9

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Picea glauca Conica Dwarf Alberta Spruce

Very slow growing, conical, miniature Spruce. Bright green new growth changing to blue-green. Useful in small gardens or for miniature accent points. Best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Needs some winter protection in zone 4 in exposed areas. Height 5′. Spread 2-3′. Zone 4-6

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Picea glauca densata Black Hills Spruce

Shapely “Christmas tree” type evergreen, with short, blue-green needles. Shears easily. Useful as a specimen, hedge, or windbreak. Best in full sun, but tolerates light shade. Height 35-45′. Spread 25-30′. Zone 3-6

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Picea pungens Fat Albert Blue Spruce

A truly blue spruce, this grafted variety is slow-growing and ideal for situations where you would like a spruce that doesn’t ultimately reach 60’ in height! ‘Fat Albert’ has a naturally straight leader and well-shaped form, even as a young tree and requires no staking or training. Height 15′. Spread 8-10′. Zone 3-7

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Picea pungens Globe Blue Spruce

Compact, rounded to mound shaped with beautiful blue foliage. Valuable as an accent or specimen plant. Very slow growth. height 3-5′. Spread 5-6′. Zone 3-7

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Pinus mugo pumilo Mugo Pine

Dwarf, bright green color in all seasons. Attractive mounded shape that can be maintained by pruning. Especially nice in early summer when new ‘candles’ of growth appear. Very hardy and rugged. Full sun. Height 3-5′. Spread 3-6′. Zone 2-7

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Pinus nigra Austrian Pine

Darkest green of all the pines. Heavy, long needle with strong “Northwoods” fragrance. Vigorous, dense grower. Tolerates heat, cold, and adverse conditions. Height 50′. Spread 20′. Zone 4-7

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Taxus Capitata Upright Japanese Yew

The only tree form of Japanese Yew. Dense slow grower with rich, dark green foliage. Tolerates shearing and can be grown in full sun or heavy shade. Requires good drainage. Can be used as a trimmed 8-10 foot hedge. Height 25-40′. Spread 25-35′. Zone 4-7

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Taxus Tauntoni Spreading Yew

This spreading evergreen has short dark needles and is very hardy. Taunton has excellent resistance to wind burn. Grows well in both sun or shade and is very popular as an accent, specimen or foundation plant. Height 3-4′. Spread 4-6′. Zone 4-7

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Thuja Degroot’s Spire Arborvitae

A striking accent plant with a narrow, columnar form and rich green twisted foliage. Retains its attractiveness with age. Bronze winter color. Height 6-12′. Spread 3-5′. Zone 5-7

Thuja First Edition Technito Arborvitae

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Thuja Techny Arborvitae

Fast growing and dark green. Excellent for screens and tall sheared hedges. Good in sun or light shade. Very winter hardy. Height 12-15′. Spread 6-8′. Zone 3-8

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Thuja Techny Globe Arborvitae

Has been trimmed to a globe shape. Must be confined by pruning. Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′. Zone 3-8

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Thuja Hetz Midget Arborvitae

Dense, globe-shaped form. Requires no shearing to maintain globe form. Very slow grower. Height 2′. Spread 2-3′. Zone 3-8

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Thuja Holmstrup Arborvitae

A compact plant with an upright habit. Bright green color and light bushy foliage gives the plant a textured appearance. Does well in light shade, tolerates poor drainage. A great hardy upright evergreen for the landscape. Height 4-5′. Spread 1.5-2′. Zone 3-8

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Thuja Pyramidal Arborvitae

A fast growing, hardy, narrow, cone-shaped evergreen. Bright green, soft foliage. Shape easily maintained by minimal trimming. Height 12-25′. Spread 3-8′. Zone 3-8

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Thuja Sherwood Moss Arborvitae

A dwarf, cone-shaped Arborvitae with unusual soft, feathery foliage. The unique texture makes it an outstanding accent plant. Has a bronze winter color. Height 4-6′. Spread 3-4′. Zone 5-7

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Thuja Sunkist Arborvitae

Upright form. Dense, flattened foliage with golden tips. Full sun is best. Height 10-15′. Spread 4-5′. Zone 4-8

Thuja oc Weeping Threadleaf Arborvitae