Evergreen Trees

Arborvitae, Degroot’s Spire

10′ high by 2′ wide. Tight, narrow upright evergreen with soft foliage.

Arborvitae, Emerald Green

12′ high by 3′ wide.  Narrow upright evergreen with soft foliage.

Fir, Blue Cloak

Height varies for each plant. Weeping growth habit.

Fir, Concolor

40-50′ high by 15′ wide. Has bluish-green foliage.

Fir, Douglas

50′ high by 15′ wide. Good specimen or used as mass groupings.

Hemlock, Canadian

40-50′ high by 25-35′ wide.  Evergreen tree that can handle shade.

Juniper, Skyrocket

15′ high by 2′ wide. A narrow juniper that could be used as a vertical screen. Blue-greenish foliage.

Juniper, Spartan

15′ high by 3′ wide.  A dense evergreen that can be used for screening.

Juniper, Talyor

18′ high by 3′ wide.  Upright evergreen with grey-green foliage.

Juniper, Wichita Blue

18′ high by 4′ wide. Upright juniper with a bluish foliage.

Picea ‘Baby Blue Eyes’ Dwarf blue spruce

Excellent dwarf blue spruce, if not one of the best.  It’s foliage is an intense baby blue on the new growth and throughout most of the season.  As a dwarf, one could expect 15-20 ft. height (20 years) and 8-12 ft. width.  This tree grows about 8-10 inches per year, which is considerably slower than it’s cousin the blue spruce.  A great tree for the yard with limited space and paired nicely with single story homes that don’t have the scale to handle huge trees.

Picea ‘Iseli’ Fastigiata (Columnar) Spruce

Iseli is a tight, narrow blue spruce tree. It has a nice blue tint to the needles. It can grow 35′- 40′ tall by 10′ wide. Iseli is a tree that can fill and nice tight area and still add that nice blue color to your landscape.

Picea abies ‘Cupressina’ (Columnar Norway)

Excellent narrow upright evergreen attaining 5′ in width and 20-25′ in height over time.  This is a fairly slow growing tree.  They like to keep there feet on the dryer side so avoid over watering.

Picea glauca ‘Pendula’ (Weeping White Spruce)

Excellent narrow evergreen specimen plant.  A relatively slow grower, this tree can reach heights of 20-30 feet with an eventual width of 6 feet.  Good drought and heat tolerance are additional bonuses to this tree.  It doesn’t like it’s feet to stay wet so avoid overly moist locations.  It’s only negative is it’s cost, they are a bit pricey due to its slow growth rate and limited availability.

Picea Pungens, ‘Bacheri’

Bacheri is a smaller form of the blue spruce. It has tight silvery-blue needles. Bacheri can grow 12′-18′ tall by 6′-8′ wide. Nice little tree for your landscape needs.