A native, fast growing, soft-needled evergreen. Grows well in almost any, well-drained soil Tolerates poor, rocky, light and sandy conditions.
A strong hardy, ornamental tree, that is covered in rigid, tiered branches displaying the green to silvery blue needles. The broad, pyramidal shape makes it suitable as a specimen or for a wind break.
Slow growing, symmetrical evergreen with soft, fragrant needles. A poplar Christmas tree. Prefers acidic, moist to damp soil.
Short green needles with silver-blue underside. Ideal specimen for restricted spaces. Lower branches curve gracefully, and branchlets become pendulous as tree ages. Hardy, grows well in a variety of ill-drained soils.
Eastern Hemlock (Canadian)
Soft- textured, lacy, dark green foliage is displayed on this very graceful, slow-growing, pyramidal evergreen.
A majestic, fast growing, large specimen tree with pendulous branches when mature.
This native tree is very hardy, its needles are bluish-green all year. Likes moist and well-drained soil. It prefers full sun and tolerates wind.
Rapid growing tree is pyramidal when young, and wider spreading with age. Useful for windscreens and solitary plantings. Bright green needles change to bright yellow-orange in the fall. Sheds its needles in late fall.
Useful as a specimen, or an accent and excellent for hedging. Tolerates a wide range of soils, however is sensitive to de-icing salt. Fan-like branches and dark green, scaly foliage can be easily clipped.
Thuja occidentalis 'nigra'
Hardy and fast growing. Excellent for hedging. Resistant to damage from snow.
Thuja occidentalis 'Emerald'
Bright green, dense pyramid shape. Widely used as an accent plant or for hedging. Available height 5-6ft.