Large growing arborvitae. Used extensively to hide the neighbor you no longer want to see. Fast growing hedge plant.
Fast growing, deer resistant evergreen. Dark green in color with some blue tints. Excellent fragrance in the foliage.
Rich green foliage in a globe shaped evergreen. Can be irregularly shaped, so some pruning necessary to keep globe shape.
Very low growing form of yew. Smaller, denser needles than the other varieties. Best sited with protection from winter winds. Fruit is poisonous.
Canadian Hemlock is a shade loving large growing conifer. They require good drainage and appreciate good soils. In our area, shade is a must.
Upright, columnar growing evergreen. Great for use as a screening when evergreens are needed. Soft textured foliage year round. Does produce poisonous fruit so keep kids from eating them.
Lighter green in color than other Yews. This evergreen tends to have some yellowing in late summer. Smaller needles. Upright arching new growth is attractive. Red fruit is poisonous.
Tight growing upright arborvitae. Emerald green foliage looks great year round. In mid summer the middle of the tree will molt, losing it’s older inside foliage. Attractive for hedges.
Fast growing evergreen with a lose habit. Can handle a small amount of shade. Deer do not like this variety as much as other Arborvitae.
Small dwarf globe arborvitae. Extremely dense foliage makes a fluffy ball. Perfect for a formal garden. Little pruning is necessary.