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  • White Pine
    (Pinus strobus)
Grows fast to 100 ft.  Makes an excellent wind break and natural fence.  Great as ornamental or Christmas tree.  Likes normal moisture conditions.  Will tolerate wet and swampy.  Needles are long and soft.
  • Canaan Fir
    (Abies intermedii)
Similar to Fraser fir.  Will tolerate warmer temperatures and wet ground.  Buds open later than Fraser enabling tolerance of late frosts.  Grows to 50ft.  Good as ornamental and Christmas tree.  Needle length is 1/2" - 1 1/4".  Soft needles, good color and fragrant.
  • Concolor Fir
    (Abies concolor)
Grows to 120ft.  Great for landscape ornamental, Christmas tree, or privacy screen.  2-3" soft silvery blue or green needles.  Tolerates dry conditions.  Does best in well drained soil.
  • Douglas Fir
    (Psuedotsuga menziesii)
Medium to fast growing to 80 ft. or taller.  Used for Christmas and ornamentals for landscaping.  Super needle retention.  Needles are 1" long and are green to blue green color.  Prefers moist well drained soil.
  • Fraser Fir
    (Abies fraseri)
Also called Southern Balsam Fir.  Grows to 60 ft.  Superior choice for ornamental and Christmas.  Dark green shiny foliage with a silvery underside.  Needles are short, soft and fragrant.  Has excellent needle retention.  Prefers well drained soil and full sun.  Does not tolerate heavy wet clay soil.
  • Colorado Blue Spruce (Picca pungens glauca)
Grows to 100 ft.  Good ornamental, or used as a windbreak or privacy fence.  Also popular as a Christmas tree.  Needles are 1" long and are stiff and pointed.  Color varies from silvery blue to dark green.  Very hardy.  Prefers sunlight and well drained soil.
  • Norway Spruce
    (Picca abies)
Fast growing to around 100 ft.  Beautiful pendulous branching habit.  Dark shiny green needles and large cones.  Excellent for windbreaks or screens.  Can be used for Christmas tree.  Fair needle retention.  1" needls that are stiff.  Does well in average soil conditions, but prefers moisture to retain deep green color.
  • White Spruce
    (Picca glauca)
Slow growing to 50-90 ft.  Very hardy spruce. Great for ornamental and windbreaks.  Can be used as Christmas tree, but has poor needle retention.  Silvery green foliage with 1" stiff needles.  Does well in a large range of soil conditions.
  • Serbian Spruce
    (Picea omorika)
Fast symmetrical growth to 50-90 ft. One of the most Beautiful of the spruces. Short, soft blue/green branches with silvery underside. With maturity branches droop gracefully. Very good choice as an ornamental.
  • Austrian Pine
    (Pinus nigra)
Grows 50-90 ft. Excellent choice for city conditions, used for highway plantings, windbreaks & screens. Can also be used as ornamental & Christmas. Tolerates smoke & smog. Medium green color with 3 1/2 - 6 1/2" stiff needles. Tolerates most soil conditions, even clay.
  • Dark Green American Arborvitae
    (Thuja occidentalis 'Nigra')
Grows 15-30 ft. Improved strain of the American Arborvitae.  Deep green color that stays throughout the winter. Dense & Symmetrical upright growth. Excellent as a screen or used as a hedge plant.

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