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Abies alba 'Pendula'

Weeping Silver Fir - This extremely pendulous Silver fir cultivar forms a columnar, cascading spire with a rather heavy image and is perfect for a small garden or under power lines. Needles are very dark green and glossy with two white stripes underneath. Firs prefer moist, cool, acid soil and full sun. Grows to 12 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Zones 2-8


Abies amabalis 'Spreading Star' Spreading Star Pacific Silver Fir - A conifer enthusiast will find this low grower a true wonder. In the spring months the new growth is light green which contrasts well with darker older needles.This spreading ground-cover-like dwarf conifer features a prostrate habit keeping it less than 3’ in height but perhaps up to 6’ in width after 10 years.  Each year it may grow 4”-8” in width. This plant needs full sun in a cooler climate, and partial shade where is warmer. Zones 5-8  
Abies balsamea 'Nana' Dwarf Balsam Fir - With its dense and bright glossy green foliage Dwarf Balsam Fir does well in a moist garden. It would prefer the cooler regions of the Pacific Northwest.  It often forms a flattened top which adds interest. They start out the seasonlight green but darken as they age.  It will perform best with supplemental irrigation during the summer during hot dry spells. This is a dwarf conifer that eventually grows to 3’ in both height and width forming a globose shape. Sun or partial shade. In hot conditions it would benefit from protection from intense sunlight. Zones 3-8  
Abies balsamea 'Piccolo' 

 Dwarf Balsam Fir - This dense, dwarf globe shaped fir is smaller than the 'Nana'. It offers seasonal interest with its display of prominent brown buds on small dark green needles. It is the perfect selection for rock gardens, small landscapes, and containers. Thrives best in Sun to Part Shade. Zone 3.   


Abies concolor   White Fir - Landscapers value the White Fir for its concentric pyramidal shape and striking blue-cast foliage. White Fir tolerates a wide range of soil types, but prefers ones that are more acidic. In areas west of the Cascade Mountains they thrive on the humid winter conditions. As a native to the Rocky Mountains of the western United States, White Fir grows to an eventual height of more than 100'. In ornamental plantings it typically grows 75’, with a width of 20’-30’ in a symmetrical, conic and formal shape. Prefers Full Sun. Zones 3-9             
Abies concolor 'Candicans'

Candicans White Fir -  This variety of white fir has large, bright silver-blue needles. This is an excellent choice for the designed landscape where a blue pyramidal tree is desired. growing 8-12" per yr. reaching 30' tall, 15' wide. Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 3

Abies fraseri  

Fraser Fir - Native to Appalachian Mountains in the southeastern United States, evergreen tree with horizontal branches dense when young, more open with age fine to medium texture. symmetrically pyramidal, excellent evergreen tree. Shining dark green color. Truly a beautiful Christmas or ornamental tree. Dislikes high pH and performs poorly in excessively hot and dry situations. Slow growth rate growing to 20 feet tall, over 20 years. Reaching 30' high and 25' wide. Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 4 A

 Abies koreana  

 Korean Fir - This little conical shaped conifer is a popular selection for those smaller or ornamental garden landscapes. It's branches are layered and consist of tight, deep green needles that reveal a white underside. Providing seasonal interest, it bears upright, violet-blue cones in the Spring. Slow growing to 7' tall, 5' wide. Full sun. Zones 5-7. 


Abies koreana 'Aurea' Golden Korean Fir - In the conifer nursery trade the Golden Korean Fir is best known for its golden yellow foliage and purple cones. The new growth is a soft golden yellow, maturing to a deep gold. The underside of the needles offers a pleasing green color. Cones are produced near the top whorl of branches. The stunning cones open pink before maturing to purple.This slow growing ornamental conifer grows to 6’ after 10 years and eventually up to 20’ tall and  only be 5’ in width. In areas west of the Cascades this species will do best in full sun. In hot conditions it will benefit from partial shade. Zones 5-8                
Abies koreana 

'Blauer Pfiff' 

Blauer Pfiff Korean Fir - A low maintenance, slow growing spreading conifer with a full, low form. Its sturdy branches hold blue-violet cones that add a contrasting color to the blue-green foliage. Prefers filtered light, receiving shade in the morning and sun in the afternoon. Part sun to Sun. Zones 4.


Abies koreana 'Cis' Cis Korean Fir - A miniature flat ball of dark glossy green foliage.  Grows about one inch per year.  Leaves flat to stem with rounded ends.  Very nice for rock gardens or trough plantings.  Slow growing will reach 6" tall and 12" wide.  Does best in Full Sun with well drained soil.  Hardy to Zone 5      
Abies koreana  'Oberon' 

Oberon Korean Fir - A slow-growing, dwarf conifer that grows in an irregular, rounded form. White showy buds emerge in winter, enhancing this Fir's seasonal interest. Its unique short, dark green needles reveal a white underside. Preferring moist, well-drained soil, it does best in Full Sun or Part Shade. Zone 4.


Abies koreana 'Silberlocke' Variegated Korean Fir- A handsome fir, that will stand out in any landscape. Slightly curled needles reveal silver-white undersides. Slow grower 6-12" a year, reaching  5-10 feet tall in ten years. Does best with well drained soil in Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 5       
Abies koreana 'Silber Perl'

Silber Perl Korean Fir  -  A tiny Korean Fir, grows only 1-2" per year, much wider than tall, short needles with silver undersides and buds that look like silver pearls in fall and winter. An exquisite garden gem. Does best with well drained soil and protect from harsh sun by planting in partial sun to part shade. Hardy to Zone 5.


 Abies koreana 'Starker's Dwarf' 

Starker's Dwarf Korean Fir - When young, this dwarf fir takes on a nest shape. Growing about 24" in a year, it takes on a mounded form as it matures to about 4-6' tall and 36" wide. The white underside of the dull, dark green needles provide a showy, bright contrast. Should be protected from direct afternoon sun. Zone 4.  


Abies lasiocarpa  

Alpine Fir - Beautiful classic conifer. Very narrow crown of dense foliage, branches short drooping to the ground.  Leaves grayish-green to light bluish-green, crowded, curving upward on upper twigs.  Cones erect, barrel shaped. Best if grown in a cool, moist situation in the Pacific Northwest. This is a very slow growing fir with a distinct habit.  Very slender, erect and rigid.  Use as a specimen, in a rock garden or as a live Christmas tree.  Matures at 40-100 feet tall and narrow. Prefers well drained soil and Sun or partial shade.  Hardy to Zone 5 

Abies lasiocarpa var. arizonica  

Corkbark Fir - Thick, corky creamy white branches give this tree its common name 'Cork Bark'.  Silver blue needles on this very handsome tree. Slow grower 4-6" per year reaching 6'-8' in 10 years. Well drained soil and Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 4

Abies lasiocarpa var. arizonica 'Glauca Compacta'

Dwarf Blue Arizona Corkbark Fir - 'Compacta' is a low-growing evergreen conifer making a bushy medium-sized shrub with a broadly conical crown, bright blue-grey foliage and purple young cones are produced occasionally by this cultivar. Grows best in moist but well-drained slightly acidic soil. Slow growing 6' tall, by 3' wide in 10 years. reaching 10-15' tall, by 6-10'  wide. Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 4


Abies nordmanniana     


Nordmann Fir - Commonly grown to be used for Christmas Trees because of it's hardiness to the Northwest and its blunt needles this fir is a favorite in the landscape. It does well in poor drainage areas where Noble Fir and Douglas Fir tend to struggle. Matures to 40'-60' tall and 15'-20' wide. Full Sun. Zone 4-7.



Abies nordmanniana 'Golden Spreader'

Golden Spreader Nordmann Fir - The bright golden yellow, of this low spreading fir, is especially striking in winter when most the gardens color has faded. Brightens areas with partial shade. Grows 3" per year reaching 3' tall with a 5' spread. Part shade to full Sun. Hardy to Zone 4


Abies pinsapo 'Aurea'

Golden Spanish Fir - This form of Spanish Pin Fir is striking with its golden yellow stiff needles. It is a very handsome conical tree. Young needles are yellowish, interesting red cones. Slow growing 4' in 10 years, reaching 25' at maturity. Golden color is best in Full Sun.  Hardy to Zone 7

Abies pinsapo 'Glauca' Blue Spanish Fir - Slow growing has some of the most striking foliage of any conifer. It's frosty blue and waxy in appearance and more disease resistant than many other blue conifers and easy to grow. Best in full sun and drought resistant once established and likes acidic or alkaline soil as long it has good drainage. Will reach 15' in ten years maturing to 60' tall with 30' spread. Full Sun. Zones 6 to 9
Abies procera  

Noble Fir - A magnificent tree. Beautiful, pyramidal to narrow habit, along with dense foliage, make it appreciated as a Holiday tree, and in the landscape.Difficult to grow under lowland conditions unless in a cool, moist, but well drained soil.  Used as a Christmas tree.  Grows to 25' tall over 20 years, reaching 50'- Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 5  

Abies procera 'Aurea Sherwood' Golden Noble Fir - This green Noble has golden tips, supposedly due to the parent tree being struck by lightening in the Mt.Hood wilderness. Found by Andy Sherwood, OR. An evergreen conifer with a broad pyramidal form. Blue-green foliage is thoroughly frosted with butter yellow. Can tolerate full sun without burning. Prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. Should grow to 6' tall and 3' wide in 10 years. Hardy to Zone 5.        
Abies procera 'Glauca' Blue Noble Fir  -  A tall pyramidal tree, with eye-catching  blue foliage. Will produce  loads of large green cones. A nice specimen tree. is initially slow growing and they are available as a young, small plants. After one or two years, once established, it starts to grow at a more vigorous rate.
Grows 12" per year, reaching 40' tall. Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 5
Abies procera 'La Graciosa'

Dwarf Noble Fir - Slow growing, dense and often strongly weeping and low growing forms a greenish blue mound. Best in well-drained, acid, moist soil.  Slow grower 2-4” per year.  May reach 3’ in 10 years. Sun. Hardy to Zone 5          

Abies xbournmuelleriana  

Turkish Fir -This tree is rare in cultivation. A hybrid between a nordmanniana and cephalonica which occurs in Turkey. Deer Resistant.Upright, majestic tree bearing long narrow cones. Will reach 30-50' tall, 30' wide. Full Sun but also likes some shade. Hardy to Zone 6

Araucaria araucana  

Monkey Puzzle Tree - It would "puzzle a monkey to climb this tree"- Unique and easily identifiable with a stiff, gaunt,  rather scary growth habit. A single specimen. Tolerant of many soil types, maritime exposures, and salt-laden winds, and it thrives in cool, mild climates.  Impressive "skyline trees". Slowly reaches 50' tall at maturity. Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 7

Calocedrus decurrens   Incense Cedar  - Easy to grow evergreen conifer native to the Pacific NW. Narrow upright form has a formal stately appearance that only improves with age. Soft dark green foliage has a wonderful cedar fragrance. Drought tolerant once established and is tolerant of poor soils, as long as it has good drainage, and tolerant of urban conditions.  Upright and narrow reaches 15-18 feet tall and about 4-5 feet wide in 10 years maturing to 35-40 feet tall and 10-12 feet wide. Full Sun to Light. Shade. Zones 5-8
Cedrus atlantica 'Aurea'

Golden Atlas Cedar - A handsome specimen tree, particularly striking when fully mature. Conical form with short golden yellow needles. Grows 6-12 inches per year maturing to 25' tall. Full Sun. Zones 6-9



Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca'

Blue Atlas Cedar - An exceptional and stately specimen, effective for its striking silver-blue needles. Tall, stiff, erect leader, pyramidal in youth, with age assumes a flat-topped habit with ascending or horizontal branches.  Branch tips tend not to droop.  Twigs spreading, stout, finely hairy.  Bluish-green needles clustered on spurs. Prefers moist, well-drained, deep loamy soil, but tolerates clay soils. Reaches  8-10 feet. in 10 years. matures at 60 feet tall by 40 feet wide.  Sun to Part Shade. Hardy to Zone 6 

Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Pendula'

Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar - Conifer, evergreen, weeping branches with blue needles, must be staked to develop a leader. Weeping form with blue-gray needles, the branches cascade like water over rocks, truly beautiful.
When full grown branches hang to the ground to form a curtain of foliage. Prefers moist, well-drained, deep loamy soil, but tolerates clay soils.  Protect from sweeping winds. Sun or partial shade. Hardy to Zone 6

Cedrus deodara  

Deodar Cedar - Conifer, evergreen, broadly pyramidal with gracefully pendulous branches, drooping central leader, spreading and flat-topped with age.   Long branches bearing spur-like stems with whorled needles.  Leaves are light blue or grayish green and softer than C. atlantica.  Prefers well-drained and somewhat dry soil.  Protect from sweeping winds.  Sun.  Hardy to Zone 6  

Cedrus deodara 'Aurea'

Golden Deodar Cedar - Magnificent, graceful, pendulous habit. Golden yellow needles in the spring, greening in the fall, and greenish-yellow in winter. Grows up to 2' per year. reaching 40'-50' after 30-40 years.  Protect from sweeping winds. Best color in full sun. Prefers well-drained and somewhat dry soil. Hardy to Zone 6 

Cedrus deodara 'Divinely Blue' Divinely Blue Deodar Cedar - Beautiful blue coloring. New growth comes in pale, gray-green and creates a lovely contrast to the darker blue foliage, giving this conifer depth and interest. Grows 3-6" per year maturing at 6' tall and 3' wide. Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 6
Cedrus deodara 'Eisregan'  Eisregan Deodar Cedar - This cedar is an excellent upright selection for any garden. Growing to about 10' tall and 5' wide, its blue-green needles offer nice contrast. Sun. Zone 4-5.           
Cedrus deodara 'Feelin' Blue' 

Feelin' Blue Deodar Cedar- A dwarf conifer with lots of character, this little cedar adds natural interest to rock gardens and small spaces with its soft, blue-green needles and prostate habit. A plant with versatility, it will grow in a mounding form if left alone or it can be staked upright to be allowed to droop and spread. A hardy cultivar as it is drought tolerant and pest free, it does prefer acidic, well drained soils. Grows to about 3' tall and 6' wide. Full Sun. Zone 6-9. 

Cedrus deodara 'Girard Weeping'  Zone 6.   
Cedrus deodara 'Golden Horizon'  Golden Horizon Deodar Cedar - A great specimen for small spaces as it stays fairly narrow. Will brighten up a corner or add a highlighted backdrop with its golden foliage. New growth comes in bright yellow and calms down to a yellow-green as summer progresses. Grows 20' tall and 6' wide. Full Sun.                  
Cedrus deodara 'Karl Fuchs' Karl Fuchs Deodar Cedar - This deodar was propagated or its cold hardiness and its extremely blue needles and its tendency to have a narrower growth habit.. In the spring the new growth is strikingly bright blue, then gradually matures to green.Moderate growth rate. Matures at 40-70 feet tall. Part to Full Sun. Zones 6-9         
Cedrus deodara 'Pendula' Weeping Deodar Cedar - A small weeping tree, pendulous, slender branches. Nice specimen, tumbling and pendulous, cascading over rocks, along side of a water feature. Naturally grows as a ground cover, to attain height they need to be staked. Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 7             
Cedrus deodara 'Prostrate Beauty' This unique beauty combines a spreading, horizontal habit with distinctive, blue foliage. The mid-size conifer is nearly flat when young but eventually develops a leader with age, unless pruned to keep it low. New blue-green needles keep their soft, feathery look as they mature.  Grows 6-8" per year, spreading to 6 feet wide. Full Sun. Zone 7   
Cedrus deodara 'Snow Sprite' Snow Sprite Deodar Cedar  - A very distinctive, irregularly mounding, slow growing, dwarf conifer with ivory- white new growth turning creamy -yellow. The unique, mid-size plant develops a leader with age, but stays small and compact compared to the species. It is best grown in part shade where the bright foliage will practically “glow in the dark". Grows 6-9" per year reaching 5-7 feet tall. Part shade and will tolerate Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 7  
Cedrus libani 'Glauca Pendula' Weeping Cedar of Lebanon - Handsome narrow upright form with sweeping pendulous  branches. The most hardy of all the cedars.  A great specimen tree. Prefers moist, well draining soil. Slow growing, reaching 25' tall, and 9' wide. Full Sun. Zone 5-7                        
Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Duke's Garden'

Duke's Garden Yew - Conifer, evergreen shrub, wide spreading, branches horizontal to partially ascending. Grows to  possibly 4 feet high and 8 feet wide in 20 years.  Leaves dark green, even in full sun.  Sun to part shade.  Hardy to Zone 5  

Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Fastigiata'

Japanese Plum Yew - Conifer, evergreen shrub, erect branches, columnar habit, Needles very dark green, spirally arranged, bowed, 3-5 cm long, sharp pointed. Grows to 10 feet tall and 7 feet wide.  Part to full shade.  Hardy to Zone 5  

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana   Lawson's Cypress - A conifer but not a true cedar.  Narrow pyramidal tree, with ascending branches that droop. Handsome specimen, foliage and graceful habit. Prefers well-drained, moist soil; shelter from winds. Grows 40-60 feet tall and 10-15 feet wide. Full Sun to Part Shade. Hardy to Zone 5   
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Blue Surprise'  Blue Surprise Lawson Cypress - The steel-blue foliage on this dwarf conifer makes it stand out whether it's in the landscape or in a container. Its dense, upright, tight habit make it suitable for small spaces. Grows up to 6' tall and 1.5' wide. Sun. Hardy to zones 5-9.               
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana  'Ellwoods Pillar'  Ellwoods Pillar Lawson Cypress - Very tight, compact conifer with blue-grey foliage. Excellent for small gardens or containers for year round seasonal interest. Only grows about 3" per year and matures at 4' tall. Prefers well-drained soils. Full Sun. Zones 5-9.                    
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Nymph' Nymph Lawson Cypress - A dwarf, slow growing rounded conifer with blue green foliage.   Great for containers, alpine gardens and any narrow or small spaces in the landscape.  Only grows an inch per year, maturing at 3 feet. 
Full Sun.  Zones 5-9
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana  'Oregon Blue'  Oregon Blue Lawson Cypress - Fast-growing columnar tree is great for boarders or filling in tight spaces. Its aromatic silvery blue-green foliage is light and airy and takes well to being trimmed and pruned. If left to grow it can reach up to 30' in height and will spread 10-12' wide. Prefers good draining soils. Full sun to Part Shade. Zone 5.                        
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Snow White'  Snow White Lawson Cypress - This little dwarf conifer has beautiful blue-green foliage with showy white new growth that stands out in the landscape. Slowly matures to 6' tall. Zones 5-9.                              
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Treasure Island'

Treasure Island Lawson Cypress - Conifer, compact, very dwarf, miniature round ball of juvenile yellow leaves.  Great plant for containers, bonsai or rock gardens.  Grows about 1/2" per year, maturing at about 18" tall. Partial shade will burn in sun. Hardy to Zone 5

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana  'Van Pelt's Blue'  Van Pelt's Blue Cypress - A tight narrow column, with intense blue foliage. Nice accent tree, or can be made into a hedge or screen. Will reach 10' tall, by 3' wide. Sun/ Part Shade. Hardy to Zone 6                     
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana  'Wissel's Saguaro'  Wissel's Saguaro Lawson Cypress - A fun, upright conifer with deep blue-green foliage. A fantastic specimen for any landscape, gaining its name by the way its trunk and branches twist and grow, replicating the arms of a Saguaro cactus. Grows to 6' tall and 2' wide in 10 year span. Full sun. Zone 5.                 
Chamaecyparis nootkatensis  

Alaska Cedar - Conifer (but not a true cedar). Leaves tightly appressed, dark bluish or grayish green. A common sight in Washington. Tall, slender pyramidal-conical habit with drooping branches and flattened sprays. Prefers well-drained, moist soil. Will reach 30' tall, 15-20' wide. Sun to part Shade. Hardy to Zone 4    

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis           'Pendula' Weeping Alaska Cedar - A native evergreen forms an outstanding sculptural specimen. Rich green foliage hangs like curtains from its branches creating a stately and graceful accent in the landscape. Grows best in full sun with well drained soil and is drought tolerant once established. Slow growing evergreen reaching 10-15 feet tall and 8 feet wide in 10 years maturing around 20-35 feet tall and 10 feet wide . Zones 4-8     
Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Van Den Akker' Narrow Alaskan Yellow Cedar  - This cultivar of Alaskan yellow cedar is quite possibly the narrowest form brought into cultivation to date. With a very pillar-like habit it is described as even more columnar than Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Green Arrow.‘ The gently weeping branches grow to a width of under 1 foot for the first ten years. Extremely useful for small gardens or tight spaces, it provides welcome height without growing too wide. Its unique form is perfect for focal point plantings and adding structure to the garden. It adapts to a variety of soils provided there is good drainage. Once established it is very drought tolerant, requiring little to no summer watering even during prolonged droughts.  Each specimen is unique. Growing 20-30' tall, variable width, staying narrow. Grows best in Full sun but will tolerate Part Shade. Zones 5-8        
Chamaecyparis obtusa  

Hinoki Cypress - Conifer, evergreen tree, slow growing, conical, more compact than species; branches outspread; branchlets slender, arching, irregularly arranged.   Leaves short, dense, closely pressed, of two sizes, the lateral pair much larger than facial leaves, glossy dark green above, light green below.  Hardy to Zone 4   

Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Aurea' Golden Hinoki Cypress - A vigorous, dependable conifer that lends year round beauty to the landscape. Irregular branching gives each tree a unique, natural character. The outer foliage of 'Aurea' is golden and the inner is green. Growth can be slow. Reaching 15 feet tall by 10 feet wide. Partial Shade. Zones 4-8             
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Compacta'

Compact Hinoki Cypress - This is a semi-dwarf conifer variety that has the advantage of looking like a mature specimen with a dwarf form. Outstanding rich dark green color. Reaches 10 feet tall in 10 years, fairly fast growing reaching up to 25 feet tall. Full Sun to Bright Shade. Hardy to Zone 5

Chamaecyparis obtusa  'Fernspray Gold'  Fernspray Gold Hinoki Cypress - Very suitable for smaller landscapes, this moderate sized, upright conifer with arching branches of golden, feathery fern-like foliage. May get an orange hue in winter. Grows slowly up to 10' tall and 5' wide. Prefers well-drained soil and heavily mulched roots to keep moist and cool. While plenty of sun will produce the brightest gold color, avoid planting in direct full sun as foliage can burn. Zones 4-8.               
Chamaecyparis obtusa  'Gold Fern'  Gold Fern Hinoki Cypress - New growth comes in yellow on this newer, more rare variety of dwarf Hinoki. Only grows about 1" in a year, maturing to 12-18" in height. Prefers Part shade but can tolerate more sun. Zones 4-8.              
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Gracilis' Slender Hinoki Cypress - A must have for the garden. It's twisted, deep green branchlets are held on tiered branches, creating an open habit. They thrive in well drained, humus rich soil in bright shade.  It matures at 15 feet tall and only 6 feet wide. They can be grown in full sun with careful attention to watering in the summer and is drought tolerant in part shade. In warmer regions provide protection from hot afternoon sun. Zones 4-8            
Chamaecyparis obtusa  'Hage'  Hage Hinoki Cypress - A bright little dense, compact, slow growing conifer that can reach from 1.5'-3' in height. The yellow foliage provides year round interest. It is low maintenance and prefers well-draining soils. Will do well in sun to light shade. Zone 4-8.              
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Kosteri' Kosteri Hinoki Cypress - No garden should be without a dwarf hinoki cypress. This is a beautiful conifer, slow growing and columnar to pyramidal in habit with gloss dark green foliage that twists creating a sumptuous texture and is an excellent choice for a container. They thrive in well drained, humus rich soil in bright shade. Can be grown in full sun with careful attention to watering during summer, drought tolerant in part shade. In the warmer parts of our region, provide protection from hot afternoon sun. This evergreen coniferous shrub that grows slowly to 4 feet tall and 5 feet wide with an open habit of ascending branches somewhat shell shaped. Zones 4-8
Chamaecyparis obtusa  'Lemon Twist'  Lemon Twist Hinoki Cypress - An unusually shaped dwarf conifer, the zesty, bright yellow foliage stands out on reddish bark. The open mounding form will get 5-6' and grow as wide as it does tall. Plant in well-draining soil in an area where it will receive shade in the afternoon during hot months. Zone 5.           
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Nana Gracilis' Nana Gracilis Dwarf Hinoki Cypress - This is a beautiful conifer, intermediate growth and columnar to pyramidal in habit with gloss dark green foliage that twists creating a sumptuous texture in a tightly conical shape and is an excellent choice for a container. They thrive in well drained, humus rich soil in bright shade. Can be grown in full sun with careful attention to watering during summer, drought tolerant in part shade. In the warmer parts of our region, provide protection from hot afternoon sun. This evergreen coniferous shrub that grows slowly to 2 feet tall in 10 years maturing to 8 feet tall. Zones 4-8
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Nana Lutea' Nana Lutea - One of the many different types of Hinoki false-cypress. This particular variant features yellow highlights on golden-green foliage in flattened sprays. A beautiful dwarf conifer, with dense foliage. Adds interesting color and texture to the landscape. Prefers semi moist well draining acidic soil. Protect from hot afternoon sun, foliage will burn if this species is planted in too much sun,  Prefers Bright Shade. Slow growing in a pyramidal shape at 3-6" per year, reaching 3-5 feet tall in 10 yrs. Zones 5-8          
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Split Rock' Split Rock Hinoki - An upright, narrow coniferous tree with dark green, flattened sprays of scale-like, overlapping leaves and blue juvenile foliage. Very slow growing developing a pyramidal shape.  Grows best in moist, fertile soil in full sun. This dwarf Hinoki cypress will tolerate slightly alkaline soils but prefers neutral to slightly acidic soil and does not need pruning. Grows only 6 to 8 inches a year, reaching a ten year height of 5 to 6 feet. Zones 4-8    
Chamaecyparis obtusa  'Sunny Swirl'  Sunny Swirl Hinoki Cypress - A dwarf, upright conifer, this bright yellow hinoki takes well to being pruned to maintain a particular size or shape. A great specimen or accent pant in any garden. Grows 6-8' tall and up to 3' wide in 10 years. Color is best when planted in Full Sun and it tolerates light shade. Zone 5.                    
Chamaecyparis obtusa  'Tetragona Aurea'  Tetragona Aurea Hinoki Cypress - The golden foliage on this conifer has a fern-like impression. Good for containers and small gardens spaces. Deer resistant and prefers moderate to dry soil. Only growing 6-8" in a year it will eventually reach 10' tall. Zones 5-7.                  
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Torulosa'

Twisted Hinoki Cypress - Unique twisted and contorted branches with dark green yarn-like foliage. Slow- growing reaches 6 feet tall by 4 feet wide in a 10 year period. Nice choice for container. Full Sun to Part Shade. Hardy to Zone 5

Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Verdoni' Verdon Hinoki Cypress - This variety is compact, upright, and golden, all desirable traits. To make it even more coveted it will not burn in full sun. A dependable golden yellow hinoki selection. Grows 3-6" per year, reaching 10 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Prefers Sun to Part Shade. Zones 4-8              
Chamaecyparis pisifera  'Baby Blue'  Baby Blue Cypress - An upright, dwarf, finely textured conifer with beautiful, soft, bright silvery blue-green foliage that is open and airy. Offering year round interest this cypress has a purplish hue in the winter. Great for small garden areas, containers, or it can be pruned for maintaining a hedge. Will grow no taller than 6' and 4' wide and is not as vigorous a grower as 'Boulevard'. Avoid planting in water-logged areas. Zone 5.                  
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Boulevard' Boulevard Cypress - Dense, pyramidal semi-dwarf evergreen shrub that features soft silvery blue-gray foliage. Prefers moist, well-drained soil; protect from strong wind.  Slow growing typically reaching 5-6 feet tall in 10 years, matures at 10-12 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Sun to Part Shade. Zones 4-8          
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Cream Ball' Cream Ball Cypress - A dwarf, rounded conifer.  Green foliage with creamy-white tips. Soft texture, globe shape. Prefers moist, well-drained soil with good air circulation. Slow growing to 3 foot tall and wide. Full sun to part shade. Hardy to Zone 5             
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Dow Whiting' Soft Serve False Cypress - A slow growing columnar evergreen.  Deer resistant- Great in a container or as a soft hedge or screen planting. Requires regular watering.  Slow growing up to 6-10' tall and 5-6' wide. Full to Part Sun.  Zones 5-7                 
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Filifera Aurea' Gold Thread Cypress - Consistant golden-yellow, finely textured  foliage. Mop-like form makes a nice accent for the border. Prefers moist, well-drained soil but grows well in heavy clay or dry sand. Shape and size can be controlled by pruning. Slow grower to 5 feet tall and up to 15 feet wide. Best color in full sun. Zones 5-8            
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Snow' Snow Cypress - An evergreen with fine, dense blue-green foliage in sprays; white tips; sensitive to sunscald and cold. Needs protection from winter winds; moist, well-drained soil with good air circulation Grows to 5 to 6 feet tall and wide in a tight globe shape. Partial shade. Zones 6 to 7          
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Squarrosa Minima' Dwarf Moss Club Cypress - Dwarf evergreen with a nice mounded form, attractive gray-green foliage. A unique accent or choice for your rock garden. Slow growing to 24-30 inches tall with equal spread. Full Sun. Zones 4-8             
Chamaecyparis thyoides  'Red Star' 

Red Star White Cypress - This cute, compact little conifer is perfect for tiny gardens and containers. Only grows to 2.5-3' tall and 1' wide. Its blue-green foliage in summer and reddish purple tinted foliage in the winter provides year round seasonal interest. Prefers Full Sun. Zones 3-8. 

Cryptomeria japonica                  'Black Dragon' Black Dragon Japanese Cedar - This is one of the most variable conifers you can imagine – with plants ranging from very dwarf rounded shrubs, trees with golden or contorted leaves, and wild forest trees to 80 feet high and 20 feet wide. ‘Black Dragon’ takes the middle road, neither too small nor too big. It has the deep green, needle-like leaves characteristic of this species. Likes well-drained, humus-rich, acidic soil and average moisture. Almost no care, other than watering in prolonged droughts, is required. It may grow quickly when it first comes home from the nursery, due to the added fertilizer it gets there, but within a year it will settle into its dense, compact habit of growth. It grows wider than high, with an overall pyramidal shape. In 20 year is will reach only 7 feet tall and about 8 feet wide. Thrives in full or part sun. Zones 6-9
Cryptomeria japonica 'Cristata' Crested Japanese Cedar- This is one of the weirdest evergreen conifers you can grow. It has an attractive columnar form with a full habit. The eye-catching trait is the odd, congested growth of bright green foliage on the tips of many of its branches. These unusual growths are reminiscent of a cluster of cockscombs all glued together! Use it as a specimen, with lots of space around it, and visitors are sure to comment. Thrive in  in well-drained, humus-rich, acidic soil and average moisture. Almost no care, other than watering in prolonged droughts, is required. This conifer grows upright, with an overall shape that is conical and narrow. It reaches 12 to 15 feet tall and 6 to 7 feet wide in 10 years, maturing to 20 to 25 feet tall by 10 to 12 fee wide. Full or part sun. Zones 6-9
Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans' Plume Japanese Cedar - Group is a selection with juvenile foliage, which is more needle-like and softer, hence the common name plume cedar. The foliage is green in summer and with the onset of cold weather turns a mahogany, plum in the late autumn and winter. It is the perfect backdrop to witchhazels, and red and yellow stemmed cornus. As a young plant is excellent in containers, particularly larger containers planted for winter. Easy to grow in  humus-rich, sand or loam soils that are slightly acid and average moisture; shelter from high winds. Plume cedar is an evergreen, columnar coniferous tree that grows 10 to 15 feet high and 5 feet wide in ten years. In our region, it generally matures at about 30 feet high by 10 feet wide. Full Sun. Zones 6-9
Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Aurea'

Green Japanese Cedar - An asset to the landscape, with their gracful bushy habit, and beautiful, soft light green foliage. turns brighter golden green in the winter. Best when given space to show it off.  Subject to damage by wet snow. Slow growing conical tree maturing at 10-15 feet tall and 8-10 feet wide. Full Sun to Part Shade. Zones 5-9

Cryptomeria japonica  'Gyokuryu'  Gyokuryu Japanese Cedar - This conifer sports short, very stiff dark green needles on branches that maintain a dense, broad pyramidal form. It tends to be darker than other cryptomarias and holds its color well into the winter season. While it has more of a shrub shape for the first few years of growth, it extends into an upright habit as it matures up to 15-20' tall and 5-7' wide. Moderate growth rate of 6-8" per year. High resistance to deer. Full to Part Sun. Hardy to zones 5-9.           
Cryptomeria japonica 'Little Champion' Little Champion Japanese Cedar - A dwarf evergreen conifer with a dense, compact round form. Foliage is gray-green and very compressed. Prefers well drained soil. Grows to 3 feet tall  and wide in 10 years.  Zone 5          
Cryptomeria japonica  'Little Diamond'  Little Diamond Japanese Cedar - A new and unusual slow growing dwarf variety that grows in a neat, dense, star form. Its bright green foliage is soft to the touch and stays green year round. Will grow 2' tall and 3' wide in 10 year time span. Prefers well-drained soils. Sun to Part Shade. Zones 5-9.              
Cryptomeria japonica  'Mushroom'  Mushroom Japanese Cedar - A dwarf variety with wonderfully drastic seasonal interest with light green foliage in the spring and summer and deep mahogany highlights in the winter. Its small globe shape and delicate airy branches makes it usable in any landscape. Deer resistant. Slow growing to 2' tall and 3' wide in 10 years. Sun to Part Shade. Zone 6.        
Cryptomeria japonica  'Pygmaea'  Pygmaea Japanese Cedar - A miniature, low maintenance variety only growing up to 16" tall in a nice bun-shape. Its lively, bright green foliage gets bronze overtones in the winter. Deer and rabbit resistant. Full Sun to Part Sun. Zones 5-9.                   
Cryptomeria japonica  'Rasen'  Rasen Japanese Cedar - A unique tree with an irregular branching form and a loose, free habit. Fast growing up to 20' tall. Prefers Sun to Part Shade.                    
Cryptomeria japonica  'Ryokogu Coyokyu'  Ryokogu Coyokyu Japanese Cedar - A dwarf variety with lots of interest due to its unique form and growth habit. Foliage is coarse and has red tips. Slowly grows to 16" to form a dense mound shape. Zones 5-9.              
Cryptomeria japonica 'Sekkan Sugi' Sekkan Sugi - Foliage is tipped creamy yellow and is most intense when growth is new in spring and early summer. It is a visually dominant tree in the landscape because the foliage color is so intense and shines like a beacon if planted against a medium or dark green backdrop. If you would like to pull out the stops plant in combination with purple foliage plants. Easy to grow in well-drained, humus-rich, sand or loam soils that are slightly acid. It requires some supplemental water during extended summer droughts to look its best. An evergreen, columnar coniferous tree that grows to about 8 to 10 feet high by 4 feet wide in ten years. It matures at about 25 to 30 feet high and 10 feet across. Full Sun Zones 6-9
Cryptomeria japonica 'Spiraliter Falca' Twisted Japanese Cedar - The spiral foliage on this unusual Cryptomeria is thinner and lighter green than that of 'Spiralis.' Its habit is more upright too, and the branches twist and curve, making this a collector's conversation piece. Does best on well-drained, moist, acidic soil, in a site protected from winter winds. Slow growing 2-4" per year maturing at 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Prefers Sun but can withstand some shade. Zones 5-8         
Cryptomeria japonica 'Tansu' Tansu Japanese Cedar - Dwarf conifer with dark green, fine textured dense foliage. Lovely in a container, Japanese or rock garden. Also can be bonsaied.  Forms a small, irregular pyramid 12" to 18" tall and 9" to 12" wide.  Zones 6-9            
Cryptomeria japonica 'Vilmoriniana' Vilmoriniana Japanese Cedar - Dwarf conifer growing slowly to form a dense, globose bush, with short needles turning reddish-purple in winter. Grows in any moist but well-drained soil in a sheltered position. No formal pruning required. Slow-growing to  about 1-2 ft.  Full Sun to Part Shade  Zones 6-9          
Cunninghamia laccolata  'Glauca'  Blue China Fir - Similar to a Monkey Puzzle tree but with flat, powder-blue needles. Moderately growing evergreen conifer with bright blue foliage provides interest in the landscape. Can grow to 14' tall and 8' wide in 10 years. The bark is a showy characteristic being red and scaly, peeling to reveal inner layers on older specimens. Pyramidal form grows up to 30-75' tall and 20-30' wide. Prefers well-draining soils. Full to Part Sun. Zones 7-9.                 
Cupressocyparis leylandii  

Leyland Cypress -  Growth rate is truly amazing. Can be pruned to maintain certain shape. Excellent for quick screens, groupings, hedges. Fast growing - easily  grows 3 feet per year reaching 20 feet, then slows maturing at 60 feet tall and 8-15 feet wide.  Full Sun.  Hardy to Zone 6  .

Cupressocyparis leylandii 'Gold Rider' Gold Rider Leyland Cypress - This cultivar forms a columnar to pyramidal form bearing scale-like flat sprays which are yellow-gold at the tips, with a lime-green interior.   Often considered one of the best golden Leyland cypress .  This species is considered to be hardy under most site and soil conditions. After 10 years it may attain a height of 10 feet. Maturing at a height of 35 feet and a width of 15 feet. Best color in Full Sun. Hardy to Zones 5-9.                 
Cupressocyparis leylandii 'Naylor's Blue' Naylor's Blue Leyland Cypress -  Beautiful bright grayish-blue color and dense growth  distinguish this fine ornamental. Feathery foliage displayed on large pyramidal form. Excellent  screen or windbreak. Fast growing up to 1.5 - 2 feet per year reaching 30 feet tall  and 12 feet wide. Full Sun. Hardy to Zones 5-9.               
Cupressus macrocarpa  'Donard Gold'  Donard Gold Monterey Cypress - The bright, dramatic two-tone yellow foliage on this little, citrus-scented conifer is sure to catch everyone's eye. New, outer chartreuse growth and mature, yellow inner foliage stand out atop reddish, cinnamon bark. Grows slowly up to 20-30' tall and 8' wide. Drought tolerant once established. Full Sun. Zones 7-10.                  
Cupressus macrocarpa 'Gold Crest'

Gold Crest Cypress - Conifer, dwarf, tight, columnar juvenile form.  Foliage bright yellow with a chartreuse green tint. Considered a good container plant. Estimated height in 10 years about 6 feet tall and 1-2 feet wide. Sun. Hardy to Zone 7

Cupressus macrocarpa  'Golden Pillar'  Golden Pillar Monterey Cypress - A conifer with soft, golden foliage that grows upward, maintaining a compact, narrow, conical shape. Keeps a narrow form, growing up to 20' tall and only 4' wide. Reveals more yellow foliage with grown in Sun. Considered to be more cold hardy than other Monterey Cypress it tolerates zones 7-10.         
Cupressus macrocarpa  'Wilma Goldcrest'  Wilma Goldcrest Monterey Cypress - A dwarf conifer with dramatic chartreuse foliage that slowly grows up to 6' tall and only 1-2' wide in ten years. Once it is established it is drought tolerant. A great plant for container gardens and brightening up small spaces, it prefers Full Sun and is hard to Zone 7.         
Juniperus communis 'Compressa' Dwarf Common Juniper - Narrow tapered column with blue green foliage make this dwarf conifer an interesting plant for small spaces, containers, and rock gardens. Only 2-3 feet tall after 10years. Full Sun.                    
Juniperus communis 'Gold Cone' Gold Cone Juniper - Narrow tapered column with bright gold new growth makes this dwarf conifer an interesting plant for small spaces, containers and rock gardens.  Tolerates dry, shallow or rocky soils and deer resistant Slow Growing 3-6" per year Matures at 5 feet tall and 1-2 feet wide. Full Sun Zones 5-7                
Juniperus horzontalis  'Hegedus'  Good Vibrations Creeping Juniper - While this guy has a typical horizontal spreading habit, it is uniquely soft to the touch unlike many other juniper varieties. A great selection for both beginner and intermediate gardeners it is very low maintenance, easy to grow, and drought tolerant plant that does well as a bright, evergreen groundcover or filler in a planting bed or on a slope. Providing dynamic year round seasonal color with new, chartreuse growth in the Spring that warms up to a golden color during the Summer and deepens to a nice orange in the Fall. Deer resistant. Will grow up to 12-18" tall and spread 7-9'. Prefers Full Sun. Hardy to zones 4-9.         
Juniperus horizontalis 'Lime Glow' Limeglow Creeping Juniper- Not your typical juniper! This amazing selection boasts feathery foliage in electric chartreuse, a color that makes a striking contrast to other greens in the garden. Its spreading, vase form and juvenile foliage lend a cheery presence in almost any garden, including hot, dry conditions.       
Juniperus horizontalis 'Wiltonii' Blue Rug Creeping Juniper - Dense, compact, prostrate shrub; trailing branches.  An excellent rapidly growing dense ground cover.  This evergreen has small silvery blue leaves that are closely appressed to the stems which develops purplish tinges in winter.  Needs well drained soil. Grows to 6 inches tall and 4 to 6 feet wide. Full Sun  Zones 4b to 9         
Juniperus scopulorum 'Moonglow' Moonglow Mountain Juniper - Bears branches which ascend in a vertical fashion giving the tree an over-all columnar to pyramidal shape at maturity.  It can tolerate a wide range of site and soil types, other than wet sites and can withstand long periods of drought. Typically grows 20 feet tall but often no wider than 5-8 feet. Requires Full Sun. Zones 3-9              
Juniperus scopulorum 'Moonglow Spiral' Moonglow Mountain Juniper Spiral - Spiral shaped and bears branches which ascend in a vertical fashion giving the tree an over-all columnar to pyramidal shape at maturity.  It can tolerate a wide range of site and soil types, other than wet sites and can withstand long periods of drought. Typically grows 20 feet tall but often no wider than 5-8 feet. Requires Full Sun. Zones 3-9               
Juniperus scopulorum 'Sky Rocket'
Skyrocket Mountain Juniper - This thin columnar Juniper fits into very small spaces such as narrow side yards between homes. A super windbreak plant for both cold or hot climates. A hardy alternative to Italian Cypress in Mediterranean-inspired landscapes. Makes a super vertical accent in mixed conifer gardens. A moderate grower reaching 15 to 20 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. Full to Part Sun. Hardy to Zones 4-7
Juniperus squamata 'Blue Carpet' Blue Carpet Juniper - Handsome ground cover with rich blue-gray-green foliage.  Tolerates a wide range of soil types and is drought tolerant once established. Grows 8 to 12 inches by 4 to 5 feet wide after 20 years.  Prefers Sun Zones 4-7       
Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star' Blue Star Juniper - Attractive blue foliage on dense spreading, mounding branches. Foliage changes to  purplish blue in winter, creates a colorful contrast. Use as a rock garden, or border plant. Adaptable, tolerates dry soils.  Grows to 2-3 feet high with equal spread. Full Sun. Hardy to Zone 4           
Larix decidua 'Pendula'

Weeping European Larch - Brilliant lime green foliage in the spring, equally stunning gold fall color. Before needles drop to expose tawny twigs. Deciduous conifer. Fast growing. Various heights.  If not staked it will cover the ground. Sun. Hardy to Zone 3  

Larix eurolepsis 'Varied Direction' Contorted Larch - As the name suggests, its branches extend in all directions. Branches grow out, and up, then arch down to cover the ground. Wider than tall at maturity. Grows to 8-10 tall and wide in 10 years. Full Sun to Part Shade. Hardy to Zone 3.            
Larix kaempferi 'Diana'

Contorted larch - An unusual selection of the common European larch. Each needle and branch on this interesting tree twists and turns like a corkscrew. The twirled blue-green needles are irresistibly soft and very touchable. In the fall they turn a golden yellow and drop from the tree leaving a bare contorted form. Will grow as an upright pyramidal tree, but can be easily trained as a smaller twisted specimen by careful pruning. It makes a great focal point as a single tree in open area or it can be mixed with dark green conifers and shrubs to highlight the needle color. Larches in general do best in with a moist growing condition but will tolerate a drier site with extra watering during prolong dry periods. Do not let them get too dry or the needles will burn. Little to no pruning Diane contorted larch will form an upright pyramidal form with a somewhat open branching habit. It will grow to about 15 to 20 feet tall and 5 to 7 feet wide in ten years. It can be kept considerably small with careful pruning. Full Sun. Zones 4-8

Microbiota decussata  

Siberian Cypress- Conifer, evergreen ground cover, low and wide spreading, somewhat reminiscent of Juniperus horizontalis. Green in summer and beautiful reddish-bronze in winter. Grows in a wide range of soils. 1 feet high  but 9-12 feet wide, Full Sun to Light Shade. Hardy to Zone 2   

Metasequoia glyptostroboies 'Gold Rush' Gold Rush Dawn Redwood  
Picea abies   Norway Spruce  
Picea abies 'Argenteospicata' Argenteospicata Norway Spruce  
Picea abies 'Cupressina' Fastigiate Norway Spruce  
Picea abies 'Little Gem' Little Gem Dwarf Norway Spruce  
Picea abies 'Mucronata' Macronata Norway Spruce  
Picea abies 'Nindiformis' Nest Spruce  
Picea abies 'Ohlendorfii' Ohlendorfii Norway Spruce  
Picea abies 'Pendula' Weeping Norway Spruce  
Picea bicolor 'Howell's Dwarf' Dwarf Spruce  
Picea engelmannii   Engelman Spruce  
Picea glauca 'Jean's Dilly' Dwarf Alberta Spruce  
Picea glauca 'Pendula'  Weeping White Spruce- A elegant, dramatic conifer with a formal, narrow, conical shape and its pendulous, stiffly held, cascading branches and loads of interesting light, gray-green foliage that make a graceful statement.Grows 10-12" per year, reaching 30' tall, 15' wide. Full Sun.  Zones 2-9          
Picea glauca 'Rainbows End' Rainbows End White Spruce  
Picea mariana 'Nana' Dwarf Black Spruce  
Picea omoriko   Serbian Spruce - One of the best evergreens for the urban landscape. This disease- and insect-resistant tree forms a narrow column with gracefully bowing side branches. Stately as a single specimen, its dark green needles with silver-blue undersides create an interesting bicolor effect. It is tolerant of a wide range of soils providing drainage is good and is drought tolerant once established. Slow growing 12-15 feet tall in 10 years, maturing at 20-30 feet tall in 30 years with a 10 foot spread. This spruce is best in full sun, but will tolerate light shade. Zones 5-8  
Picea omoriko 'Nana' Dwarf Serbian Spruce  
Picea omoriko 'Pimoko' Pimoko Serbian Spruce  
Picea orientalis 'Gracilis' Gracilis Oriental spruce  
Picea orientalis 'Skylands' Yellow Oriental Spruce  
Picea orientalis 'Tom Thumb Tom Thumb Spruce - Striking golden fingers of tight foliage point out from the center of this attractive layered globe. The combination of brightly colored needles, extremely slow growth, and compact nest shape make 'Tom Thumb' desirable for small garden spaces or in trough or rock garden. Chosen by the American Conifer Society as 2007 Collector’s Conifer of the Year, this compact conifer prefers ample moisture and rich, well-drained soil.  very slow grown only 1" per year. Does best in full sun or part shade. Zone 4  
Picea pungens 'Glauca Globosa' Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce  
Picea pungens 'Glauca Pendula' Weeping Blue Colorado Spruce  
Picea pungens 'Hoopsii' Hoopsii Spruce  
Picea pungens 'The Blues' The Blues Spruce  
Pinus banksiana 'Schoodic' 'Prostrate Jack Pine - Schoodic' (pronounced skoo dik')  An exceptional, dense, ground-hugging native selection of Jack Pine. Use the spreading, low-growing plant with short, emerald green needles to drape down a bank or sprawl over another challenging site. Typical of the species, 'Schoodic' is extremely hardy and adaptable, it tolerates heat, cold, and dry, sandy or poor soils. Zone 2     
Pinus contorta 'Taylor's Sunburst' Taylor's Sunburst Lodgepole Pine- Brilliant, golden-yellow, new growth erupts in spring and makes 'Taylor's Sunburst' a vibrant show-stopper. The striking color lasts for weeks, then gradually softens to a light, yellow-green as the foliage hardens. Red pollen cones add contrast to this extraordinary Pine. Hardy to Zone 4               
Pinus contorta var. contorta   Shore pine  - Grows in almost any location provided there is enough sunlight. It is one of the few conifers that tolerates wet places as long as water is not standing all year long. Because of its exceptional tolerance of salt spray, it is a common sight in our coastal landscapes. It responds well to pruning and can be shaped into fantastic, twisted forms suitable for Japanese gardens or adding whimsy to any home. Once it is established, this conifer is very drought tolerant, requiring no additional watering. Tolerates a wide range of soil conditions, but is prefers sandy soil.  Its remarkable versatility makes it a good choice for a large container and it grows well in the restricted root zones of patio planters and parking lot planting beds. Shore Pine is a very variable, ten-year-old plants range from 10 to 15 feet tall and 8 to 15 feet wide. Mature trees vary greatly depending on the planting site; they range from 20 to 35 feet tall and almost as wide.  It has the fullest shape when grown in full sun; when grown in partial shade, the tree is much thinner and loses its lower branches. Zones 6-8
Pinus densifloria 'Aurea' Golden Japanese Red Pine  
Pinus densifloria 'Umbraculifera Compacta' Compact Tanyosho Pine  
Pinus flexis 'Vanderwolf's Pyramid' Vanderwolf's Pyramid Limber Pine  
Pinus leucodermis   Bosnian Pine  
Pinus mugo var. mugus   Dwarf Mugo Pine  
Pinus mugo var. pumilo   Prostrate Mugo Pine  
Pinus mugo 'White Bud' White Bud Mugo Pine  
Pinus nigra   Black Austrian Pine  
Pinus nigra 'Oregon Green' Oregon Green Black Austrian Pine  
Pinus parviflora 'Gimborn's Ideal' Gimborn's Ideal White Pine  
Pinus parviflora 'Glauca' Pinus parviflora Glauca  -  Group represents blue-needled selections of the lovely Japanese white pine. Each of their blue needles has a white stripe. These slow-growing evergreen trees form a dense, conical pyramid when they are young and gradually develop wide-spreading branches and a flat-topped shape with maturity. The combination of handsome foliage and attractive overall shape make these outstanding garden trees. Plant it in well-drained soil.Grows to 8-12 feet tall and 5-8 feet wide in 10 years, maturing to 50 feet tall and 30 feet wide.  This beautiful pine grows best in full sun, but it can tolerate an hour or two of shade a day. Zones 5-8.
Pinus strobiformis 'Glauca Compacta' Blue Compact Southwestern Pine  
Pinus strobus 'Blue Shag' Dwarf Blue Eastern White Pine  
Pinus strobus 'Fastigiata' Fastigate Eastern White Pine  
Pinus strobus 'Horsford's Dwarf' Horsford's Dwarf Eastern White Pine  
Pinus strobus 'Nana' Dwarf Eastern White Pine  
Pinus strobus 'Pendula' Weeping Eastern White Pine  
Pinus strobus 'Sea Urchin' Urchin Eastern White Pine  
Pinus strobus 'Torulosa' Twisted Eastern White Pine  
Pinus strobus 'Verkade's Broom' Verkade's Broom White Pine  
Pinus sylvestris 'Hillside Creeper' Hillside Creeper  
Pinus sylvestris 'Fastigiata' Columnar Blue Scotch Pine  
Pinus sylvestris 'Poodles' Scotch Pines pruned to Bonsai Form  
Pinus sylvestris 'Repens' Dwarf Scotch Pine  
Pinus thunbergii   Japanese Black Pine  
Pinus thunbergii 'Aocha-matsu' Aocha-matsu Japanese Black Pine  
Pinus thunbergii 'Banshosho' Banshosho Japanese Black Pine  
Pinus thunbergii 'Thunderhead' Thunderhead Japanese Black Pine  
Pinus thunbergii 'Yatsubusa' Yatsubusa Japanese Black Pine  
Podocarpus alpinus 'Red Tip'    
Pseudotsuga menziesii   Douglas Fir  
Sciadopitys verticillata   Umbrella Pine -The thick, dark green needles of this unusual evergreen conifer are held like the ribs of an umbrella around its stems, giving it a unique appearance. It is very slow-growing and columnar in shape, which makes it suitable for small gardens and creates an eye-catching accent in the landscape. Despite its common name, this is not a true pine (genus Pinus).  It prefers acidic soil that is well-drained, sandy is ideal, with some organic matter. In very hot or windy sites, it may sustain damage to its thick needles. Japanese umbrella pine is an evergreen, coniferous tree. Its habit is columnar to pyramidal, growing 6 to 7 feet high and 3 feet wide in ten years. While it reaches 120 feet in the mountains of Japan, in cultivation it is seldom taller than 30 feet, with a spread of about 10 feet. Grows well in full sun or part shade. Zones-6-8.
Sequoiadendron giganteum   Giant Sequoia  
Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Glaucum' Giant Redwood - One of the most majestic of North American trees. It is not for the small garden but for large gardens, landscape and park settings due to its eventual mammoth scale. This is a blue-needled selection that is ghostly and very effective as a focal point due to the lighter color. Though fast growing they are best when planted fifty to eighty years previous to you when their impressive scale is imposing itself on the landscape. The blue green form contrast well with the dark green of the native conifers, which are predominantly Western cedar and Douglas fir. Needs well-drained soil and is drought tolerant once established. It is virtually maintenance free. Blue-needled giant redwood conical in growth habit and will grow to 10 feet tall by 6 feet wide in ten years but ultimately reach 120 to 170 feet tall and 40 to 50 feet wide at the base after successive generations. Full Sun Zones 7-9
Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Pendulum' Weeping Giant Sequoia - One of the most animate of all trees. The branches on this selection are tightly pendulous and conform to the trunk, which can be straight, but is more often twisting or leaning in one or more directions crating a living sculpture and no two will ever grow the same. The pendulous giant redwood in captivating any garden or landscape due to its unique form, and when space allows its is best planted in small groups of two to seven giving the impression of a congregation of ghostly individuals. Planted in a lawn emphasizes the captivating form but it is equally effective looming over perennials, especially grasses and fine textured plants. This is a tree that will not fail to be noticed. Needs well-drained soil. It is drought tolerant once established and virtually maintenance free and grows to 10' tall by 3' wide in 10 years and at maturity can reach 40 feet high. Needs Full Sun
Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata Aurea' Golden Irish Yew  
Taxus baccata 'Repands' Repands  -  An exceptionally handsome evergreen conifer is low growing, with arching branches that droop at their tips. This spreading habit makes it ideal as a medium-sized ground cover, especially in woodland conditions. Like other yews, it takes pruning well, even into old wood. However, its lovely form develops best when it is given enough room to spread and is left unpruned. Has very dark green needles year-round and is one of the few conifers that thrives in shade. It adds texture and substance to the garden and can also be used for a low hedge. It prefers well-drained soil and is drought tolerant once established.  ‘'Repands'’ is a female clone, so it bears fruit. Yew bark, foliage and fruit can be toxic, so site plants with care.  Will reach 2 to 4 feet by 10 feet wide in time but can easily be kept smaller. If used as a ground cover, set plants 3 feet on center and prune lightly to maintain the softly arching branches. Plant it in full sun or shade. Zones 5-9
Taxus cuspidata 'Dwarf Bright Gold'

Dwarf Bright Gold Yew  - Each soft-yellow needle has a bright-green striation along its length, which produces a great color combo. The mid-size conifer has an upright branching habit that is wider than tall. Although very hardy, the foliage appreciates protection from scorching summer sun. Zone 4

Taxus cuspidata 'Nana Aurescens' Dwarf Gold Yew - New growth on this low-growing, Japanese Yew bursts on the scene in a splash of brilliant goldenrod. Since second-year foliage goes dark green, each year's new growth makes another dramatic splash of color when it emerges. The shade tolerant, adaptable, colorful conifer has a wider-than-tall, spreading habit    
Taxus x media 'Everlow' Everlow Yew  
Taxus x media 'Green Wave' Green Wave  
Taxus x media 'H.M. Eddie' Eddie's Hybrid Yew  
Taxus x media 'Hicksi' Hick's Hybrid Yew  
Taxus x media 'Viridis' Green Column Yew  
Thuja occidentalis 'Danica' Danica Arborvitae  
Thuja occidentalis 'Filiformis' Threadleaf Arborvitae  
Thuja occidentalis 'Hetz Midget' Hetz Midget Arborvitae  
Thuja occidentalis 'Rheingold' Rheingold Arborvitae  
Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd' Emerald Green Cedar -  A consistent performer in the landscape. Tight, pyramidal, evergreen spires work well as a hedge or to create a punctuation mark in the garden. It is popular because it retains its bright emerald green color throughout the year and has an attractive pattern to its branches. They have a naturally tight growing habit, so the only pruning required is to even up the top of the hedge. thrive in full sun in fertile, well-drained soil with summer watering for the first few seasons. In these conditions, they grow 8 to 12 inches a year. A soaker hose and mulch are ideal for a new cedar hedge. Once established, cedars are drought tolerant. Set hedge plants 18 to 24 inches from center to center.Emerald Green cedars can reach 25 feet by 5 to 8 feet but their growth slows dramatically at about 15 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Zones 3-8
Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd Spirals' Emerald Greens pruned to spiral form  
Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd Topiary' Emerald Greens pruned to topiary  
Thuja occidentalis 'Teddy' TeddyBear Arborvitae  
Thuja plicata 'Excelsa' Excelsa Cedar  
Thuja plicata 'Stoneham Gold' Stoneham Gold Cedar  
Thuja plicata 'Virescens' Virescens Cedar  
Thujopsis dolbrata   Hiba Cedar -  A slow-growing and refined warranting more use. While similar to our western red cedar, it has bolder foliage that is glossy, deep forest green above, with beautiful, startling white markings beneath. Leaves are held in wide, flat branchlets and the overall effect is richly textural. Give it plenty of space to develop its uniform, pyramidal habit. Its texture is fine enough for a formal garden, but equally at place in the casual landscape. Grows best in bright shade in moist, well-drained soil and will also grow in full sun as long as the soil is moist and the summers not too hot. It is not heat or drought tolerant. It is slow-growing and reaches 10 to 15 feet tall by 4 to 6 feet wide in 10 years, maturing to 30 to 50 feet tall by 10 to 20 feet wide. Zones 5-8
Tsuga canadensis   Eastern Hemlock  
Tsuga canadensis 'Gentsch White' Gentsch White Canadian Hemlock  
Tsuga canadensis 'Jeddeloh' Jeddeloh Dwarf Canadian Hemlock  
Tsuga canadensis 'Moon Frost' Moon Frost Hemlock - Bright white new growth, reminiscent of the glow of frost on a moonlit night. Older green inner foliage retains light tones giving the plant an overall whitish appearance. In winter, the white foliage is blushed with pink. A reliable small dwarf conifer. Grows to 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Prefers Partial Sun to Partial Shade.Zones 4 - 8      
Tsuga canadensis 'Pendula' Pendula  - Looks good at all ages. When young it has a charming mounding habit as its branches reach outwards and droop elegantly at their tips. With age it takes on a decidedly animated character, with increasing wingspan and variation in texture. The trick to this evergreen conifer is to give it plenty space in which to develop its characteristic and pleasing mature habit. Grows well in full sun as long as the soil is not dry. It also thrives in the dappled light under tall trees or with a half day of sun, either morning or afternoon. Water plants regularly when they are young; they become drought tolerant once established. This conifer appreciates some organic content in the soil. With mature plants, consider thoughtful pruning of small side branches to reveal the extraordinary branching structure hidden beneath this shrub’s dense canopy. Grows to 5 feet high by 8 feet wide in ten years. After several decades this slow-growing coniferous evergreen can reach 10 to 15 feet tall and twice as wide. Zone 3-8
Tsuga diversifolia   Northern Japanese Hemlock is a beautiful tree that is well suited to large and small NW gardens. Pendulous branches bear richly elegant foliage of glossy green needles with bright white undersides and a notch at the tip with a conical habit and is often multi-trunked. Older branches develop orange-brown bark. It prefers moist, well-drained soil. It resents hot, full-sun sites and should be grown in shaded to partially shaded conditions. Ten-year size for this northern Japanese hemlock is 8 to 10'. It grows very slowly to 30 to 40' high and 15 to 20'. Zones 5-9
Tsuga heterophylla 'Thorsen's Weeping' Thorsen's Weeping Hemlock  
Tsuga mertensiana   Mountain Hemlock - One of the Northwest’s most beautiful native evergreens. It develops into a slender small tree with gracefully layered side branches. It is excellent for creating an alpine look in the landscape. Plant in full sun to part shade in well drained soil. Drought tolerant once established. forms a slow growing narrow tapered tree that will grow 8-10 feet tall and 4-6 feet wide in 10 years reaching a mature size of 20 feet tall and 6-8 feet wide in 30 years, grows well in containers, Zones 4-8
Tsuga sieboldii 'Greenball'

Greenball Northern Japanese Hemlock





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