A beautiful variety of Eastern White Pine that has a graceful, cascading habit when staked, or left un-staked forms a flowing, spreading groundcover, either way, Niagara Falls is a beautiful addition to your sunny landscape. Long blue-green needles are soft to the touch.
This may be the most graceful and interesting of all the weeping evergreens. Each plant will take on its own shape as a result of location and pruning. Branches tend to grow horizontally first, before drooping down. Long, bluish-green needles and unique form will make this a nice piece in any garden.
Large beautiful tree with rich blue-green foliage. Crown of spreading branches become rounded and irregular. Distinctive bark, becoming bright orange-brown and peeling in small flakes, darker on the main trunk and plated. This is a very elegant, broad, cone-shaped conifer with stiff, twisted needles hanging in clusters all over the branches.
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Not to be confused with other weeping scotch pines, this variety grows flat on the ground and is commonly used as a ground cover. The bluish green needles are very attractive and hold their color year round.
This relatively new cultivar of Scots pine was selected at the Trompenburg Arboretum in Rotterdam, Netherlands for its noteworthy silvery-blue foliage color. This selection does not only receive praise for its long, soft needles, but also for its cinnamon colored peeling bark. This broad, upright grower will mature into a large, beautiful specimen tree.
This evergreen forms a dense, narrow column with stiff, upright growing branches that are just a touch off of completely vertical. Foliage is a nice, bluish-green. Great tree for small spaces in a landscape where some height is needed.
This extrememly useful dwarf conifer has a compact, mounding habit. Bluish-green needles are a lovely contrast to the other plants in your landscape. Candle pruning will ensure that the shrub will stay very dense and keep its flattened globe shape.
Distinctive evergreen conifer with an open, irregular structure that can be considered more or less pyramidal. Dark green needles are densely crowded and twisted on the branches. Blackish-gray, fissured bark is attractive, as well as the prominent silvery-white terminal buds. Prefers fertile, moist, well-drained soil, but will grow in sandy soil and is tolerant of coastal conditions, such as salt spray. Can take on a contorted or twisting growth habit that make it popular for bonsai.
This flat-topped dwarf grows broader than tall. It has pretty, light green foliage, and an abundance of buds. The needles appear to lighten as they get closer to the bud which gives the impression of a lot of eyes - very striking.
This stand-out shrub is a lovely addition to any landscape. It has dark green needles and an upright, mounding growth habit. In spring, large white buds contrast beautifully against the dark green background of foliage.
This is a must have to jazz up your winter landscape! Refreshing, light green needles turn to dazzling golden yellow during winter months, then turn back to a soft green as the weather warms. Will have an open, somewhat spreading, pyramidal habit with age. Does well in heavy clay soils and in poor soils. The species is native to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
Beloved tree of the Pacific Northwest forests, a favorite Christmas tree, and the top choice of timber producers. Doug fir makes a fine landscape tree with ample space. Dark green to blue-green needles give off an invigorating fragrance. Dense foliage and symmetrical, pyramidal form make this tree an attractive ornamental.
The Rocky Mountain Douglas fir (or Blue Douglas fir) grows more slowly than the species and has a blue green cast to the needles. It has an upright pyramidal shape and stays smaller than the species as well growing around 40-60 feet tall by 15-25 feet wide. Useful for screening, a specimen plant or a living Christmas tree. Native.
Coniferous evergreen with a rigid, upright branching habit. Young shoots have golden foliage. Small green flowers open in March to April and turn into red fruits. Great plant for an upright hedge or screen, or for a tight space in your garden. Can easily be pruned to preferred size.
Standishii' is a narrow, columnar, yellow-needled, female form that typically matures over time to 7' tall with a 3' spread. Foliage retains yellow color throughout the year. Red arils, sometime abundant on this cultivar, contrast well with the foliage.
This dwarf Yew is bright and showy in the landscape. Watnong Gold has a bushy, spreading habit. Bright golden new growth in the spring softens to a bright green in summer. Outstanding color make this evergreen perfect in any setting.