Conifers - Nursery Catalog

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    Arborvitae, American

    Thuja occidentalis

    This American arborvitae cultivar is a semi-dwarf, slow-growing, evergreen shrub with an upright, pyramidal habit. Scale-like foliage in flat sprays emerges yellowish-orange in spring, but matures to...

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    Arborvitae, Nigra - Dark Green

    Thuja occidentalis 'nigra'

    A cultivar with year-round dark green foliage. Is more narrow in habit than 'Techny' with a 8-10' mature width. Vigorous growing. Insect and disease resistant. Useful as windbreaks, or ornamental;...

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    Arborvitea, Techny

    Thuja occidentalis 'Techny'

    Although the species is a native American needled evergreen tree which grows 40-60’ tall, ‘Techny’ is a compact, broad-based, upright, conical-pyramidal, dwarf cultivar that typically matures to 10-15...

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    Cedar, Eastern Red

    Juniperus virginiana

    A common medium-sized tree of old fields and other open areas. The dark green leaves, glaucous blue berry-like cones, and red heartwood are very fragrant. Open-grown trees normally have a distinctive...

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    Fir, Balsam

    Abies balsamea
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    Fir, Concolor

    Abies concolor

    The firs are large, stately conifers with single trunks, whorled branches and very symmetrical cone shaped habits. Firs can be distinguished from other conifers by the combination of flat needles whic...

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    Juniper, Rocky Mountain

    Juniperus scopulorum

    Rocky Mountain juniper is an evergreen large shrub or small tree to 50 ft (15.2 m) tall, but usually much smaller. Specimens are variable in habit, sometimes squat and shrubby, but usually narrowly co...

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    Pine, Austrian

    Pinus nigra

    The Pinus Nigra tree is a densely branched tree producing long dark needles. This pine is a vigorous tree that thrives well in cities. It is ideal for windbreak or individual yard planting. Very hardy...

  • Pine, Jack

    Pinus Banksiana
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    Pine, Ponderosa

    Pinus ponderosa

    Pinus Ponderosa will grow on most soils including very sandy soils and sites with very little topsoil. Once established, it is very drought resistant. With good care, Pinus Ponderosa will grow to a he...