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Most evergreens prefer moist, well-drained soil, with the exception of cedar which can tolerate wet.  Pine and spruce will not do well in wet soils, water them lightly and don't allow to much water the penetrate the soil around the trees.  All evergreens usually grow better and healthier in a sunny location.  Water your evergreens thoroughly in the fall to supply your trees and shrubs with enough water to create moisture so they can survive the winter months without drying out. Plants in open spaces need wrapping in burlap to help reduce the drying effect of winter sun and winds.  In areas where heavy snow falls occur, evergreens should be tied with twine or covered with evergreen wrap.

In the fall, the inside (3 year old needles) of Junipers and Cedars turn brown. This is particularly noticeable on newly planted cedars.  Pine and spruce drop one year’s growth of needles, on Scotch Pine 3 year needles turn yellowish then fall off. White pine normally keep only 1 or 2 year’s growth of needles.  This shedding is normal and as long as the outside tips are green the plant is quite healthy


Arborvitae - American

The American Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis, is a conifer evergreen tree that is widely used as an accent tree or as a privacy hedge tree. American Arborvitae trees have a broad pyramidal shape with e...Read More

Arborvitae - Globe

The Pygmy Globe, Thuja occidentalsis, is a globe shaped dwarf arborvitae tree. These Arborvitae trees have bright green foliage. This slow compact growing evergreen tree does not need to be sheared to...Read More

Arborvitae - Pyramidalis

The Pyramidalis arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis, is a tall, slender and compact grower. This evergreen conifer tree is ideal for entrance or corner plantings. The columnar habit of Pyramidalis arborvit...Read More

Arborvitae - Techny

The Techny Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis, is a fast growing Arborvitae tree that grows well in full sun or light shade. Techny arborvitae trees are very winter hardy. This cultivar is the most resist...Read More

Austrian Pine

The Austrian Pine, Pinus nigra, is a densely branched tree producing long dark needles. This evergreen conifer tree thrives in urban locations as well as in windbreaks in more rural settings. It does ...Read More

Bald Cypress

The Bald Cypress, Taxodium distichum, is a lofty, deciduous conifer of slender, pyramidal habit. A stately tree, for parks, yards. Landscapers and land owners use this tree in wet areas. Bald Cypress ...Read More

Black Hills Spruce

The Black Hills Spruce, Picea Glauca Var. densata, is noted for its dark green foliage and conical form. Black Hills Spruce trees are very dense and have a deep dark green color. It is a truly cold ad...Read More

Colorado Blue Spruce

The Colorado Blue Spruce tree, Picea Pungens, is a pyramidal shaped evergreen with steel blue foliage. It prefers heavier soils, full sun, and clean cultivation. Colorado Blue Spruce trees will reach ...Read More

Concolor Fir

The Concolor Fir tree, Abies concolor, is also known as white fir, concolor fir, silver fir, Rocky Mountain white fir, Colorado Fir, Lows Fir, Pacific white fir. Concolor Fir trees are large, densely-...Read More

Dawn Redwood

The Dawn Redwood tree, Metasequoia glyptostroboides, is a deciduous conifer, with soft needle-like leaves that look like evergreens, but are bright green in the spring and brilliant orange/red in the ...Read More

Douglas Fir

The Douglas Fir tree, Pseudotsuga menziessi glauca, is a splendid pyramidal evergreen. It has many common names such as, Interior fir, Rocky Mountain, Douglas-fir, Douglas, yellow or red spruce, Orego...Read More

Eastern Red Cedar

The Eastern Red Cedar, Juniperus Virginiana, is a small to medium-sized aromatic evergreen tree. Typically, the trunk is straight and the tree has a pointed, dense, conical crown that may be varied or...Read More

Eastern White Pine

The Eastern White Pine, Pinus Strobus, is a beautiful landscape pine widely used throughout much of North America. This evergreen conifer tree is a truly magnificent tree attaining a height of 80 feet...Read More

Fraser Fir

The Fraser Fir, Abies Fraseri, is a classy, tall, fir tree that has short dark-green needles with silver undersides. It is among the most classy of conifers. A great ornamental and Christmas tree beca...Read More

Scotch Pine

The Scotch Pine tree, Pinus Sylvestris, is a conifer that is a native of Europe and is widely used as a Christmas Tree. It is a fast growing, irregularly shaped tree. The evergreen foliage consists of...Read More

Canadian Hemlock

The Canadian Hemlock tree, Tsuga canadensis, is also called Eastern Hemlock or Hemlock spruce. This evergreen conifer is a fast-growing long-lived tree which unlike many trees grows well in shade. It ...Read More

Loblolly Pine

The Loblolly Pine tree, Pinus taeda, is a fast-growing member of the yellow pine group. It is also called yellow pine, North Carolina pine, and oldfield pine and is the most commercially important for...Read More

Mugho Pine

The Mugho Pine tree, Pinus mugo mughus, may also be called the dwarf mountain pine. This evergreen little dwarf conifer has branching, upright stems evenly covered in 2-inch-long needles of a deep, da...Read More

Norway Spruce

The Norway Spruce tree, Picea Abies, is a fast growing tree that can grow to 150 ft. Norway Spruce trees, placed on a good site, should reach 5 ft. in 6 to 7 years starting with a 2-yr. seedling. The ...Read More

Ponderosa Pine

The Ponderosa Pine, Pinus Ponderosa, will grow on most soils including very sandy soils and sites with very little topsoil. Once established, it is very drought resistant. With good care, Ponderosa Pi...Read More

White Spruce

The White Spruce tree, Picea glauca, has many common names including the Western White Spruce, Canadian Spruce, Alberta Spruce, Alberta White Spruce, Black Hills Spruce, Skunk Spruce, Cat Spruce, and ...Read More






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