Evergreens

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Narrow upright arborvitae. Slower growing than some, so makes a perfect hedge for someone that wants to keep it lower. Tight green foliage.

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Linesville Arborvitae may be the same plant as “Mr Bowling Ball” arborvitae. Unique from other Thuja by it’s feathery, silver–blue to green foliage. Mounding habit. Can handle some shade. Can be used as a hedge or as a specimen.

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One of the more shade tolerant Arborvitae. Grows fast and large. Medium green foliage turns lighter in winter. Can also handle some moisture.

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Very upright narrow arborvitae. Excellent choice for a smaller area. Has a central leader so it wont break in heavy snow.

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Large growing Arborvitae up to 30′. One of the original cultivars still on the market. Plants can have multiple leaders which can cause some damage in heavy snow. Extremely hardy.

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Bright yellow new growth stays yellow all year. The more shade the tree gets the less yellow. Nice specimen plant.

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Compact form of the ever popular Techny Arborvitae. Grows smaller with perfect shape. A remarkable introduction to the industry! Deep green foliage looks great year round.

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Oddly weeping tree that can look like the character Snuffleupagus from Sesame Street. Can be trained to reach higher heights or left to crawl on the ground.

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Tight compact habit. Slow growing dwarf conifer which would make it a great specimen for the border. Rounded, mounded in habit.

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Best grown with moist soils and good air circulation. Douglasfir grows large. Excellent tree for windbreaks and larger properties.