One of the more shade tolerant Arborvitae. Grows fast and large. Medium green foliage turns lighter in winter. Can also handle some moisture.
Green on the top and silver on the bottom, the needles of this conifer are unique and exciting when seen up close. Branches droop with age. Can handle some shade.
Trees of the species can be blue or green. Colorado spruce is the most commonly planted spruce for its color. Sharp needles.
Soft blue needles on waving branches. Limber pine is an excellent tree for the home landscape. Two toned needles give it a very pleasing look.
Soft textured green needles. Open branching with age. Branches go out very horizontal and lower branches die off with age. Beautiful tree left natural. Native to Illinois
A deciduous conifer, it will lose it’s needles in the winter. Grows very fast to 80′. Fantastic bark looks great year round. It peels and has reddish brown tones.
A deciduous conifer. Loses its needles in the fall. This tree has beautiful bright yellow foliage in spring through fall. Fall color is a burnt orange. Fast growing, but not as fast as the species.
A smaller version of Norway Spruce. Needles and ultimate size are all slightly smaller in this variation. Needles of Black Hills Spruce are also less sharp to the touch. Great tree for the home landscape.
An excellent specimen evergreen for the home landscape. Can come in shades of blue or green and sometimes both. Fertile soils are a plus and good drainage is a must. Soft textured foliage is friendly to the touch.
Spring blooming tree. Foliage emerges green tinted purple and ages to green. Mauve colored blooms are especially fragrant.