Tree Evergreens

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  • Abies concolor

    30-50' H. Full sun to part shade. Zone 4.

    Blue to grey-green needles. Withstands drought, heat, and cold. Dislikes clay. A dense conical tree branched to the base.
    Item # 273
  • Larix laricina

    60' H. Full sun to part shade. Zone 1.

    Needle-like deciduous leaves turn yellow in fall. Cones are small. Likes marshy soil.
    Item # 465
  • Picea glauca densata

    35-45' H. Full sun to part shade. Zone 3.

    Compact, dense growth habit with bright to dark green needles. Native to the Black Hills. Slow growing.
    Item # 731
  • Picea pungens 'Hoopsii'

    30-50' H, 10-20' W. Full sun to part shade. Zone 2.

    Outstanding evergreen tree, generally considered the bluest form. New growth is especially bright blue. Pyramidal form that holds stiff horizontal branches with dense silvery-blue needles.
    Item # 737
  • Picea pungens glauca

    40-60' H. Full sun. Zone 3.

    Horizontal stiff branches, sharp blue needles. Broad, dense, pyramidal shape. The most drought tolerant spruce.
    Item # 733
  • Picea pungens glauca 'Fat Albert'

    15' H, 8-10' W. Full sun. Zone 2.

    No pruning needed. Slow growing. Dense upright pyramidal tree. Good blue color.
    Item # 735
  • Pinus nigra

    25-50' H. Full sun. Zone 4.

    Adaptable evergreen. Stiff, dark, shiny green needles. Tolerant of soils and urban conditions if kept moist. Rapid growth.
    Item # 589
  • Pinus strobus

    100' H, 25-30' W. Full sun to part shade. Zone 3.

    Fast growing, soft needled long blue-green foliage. Needs moist well drained soil. Symmetrical pyramid when young.
    Item # 612
  • Pseudotsuga menziesii

    80-100' H. Full sun. Zone 4.

    Broad pyramidal tree with soft bluish-green foliage. Unusual cones with forked brachts in the scales. Likes relatively dry locations, but also does well in most soils. Rapid grower.
    Item # 275
  • Tsuga canadensis

    30-45' H. Full sun to part shade. Zone 3.

    Long lived tree, does well in city conditions. Pyramidal head, branches often droop. Great for north or eastern exposures. Keep out of winter sun.
    Item # 1303