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Abies (Fir) concolor (Concolor Fir)

Also known as White Fir. Soft blue-gray, 2-3″ needles. Pyramidal form, holding a dense, formal shape even as it matures. Slow to medium growth rate. Easily transplanted. Tolerant of most climates and city conditions. Most adaptable of all Abies sp. to cultivation.

  • Height: 50'-60'
  • Spread: 20'-30'
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Juniperus (Juniper) chinensis 'Mountbatten' (Mountbatten Chinese Juniper)

An outstanding, narrowly pyramidal evergreen with dense, upright branches covered in sharply pointed, grayish-green needles. One of the fastest growing upright varieties. Requires little maintenance, very tough. Needles become purple-bronze in winter. Attractive blue-green fruits.

  • Height: 12'-15'
  • Spread: 4'-6'
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Juniperus (Juniper) horizontalis 'Blue Chip' (Blue Chip Spreading Juniper)

An excellent slow growing Juniper with good silver-blue foliage. Low mounding habit. Moderate growth rate. Similar to Jun. ‘Blue Rug’ but slightly taller. Excellent groundcover useful for erosion control / bank cover, or foundation planting.

  • Height: 3"-6"
  • Spread: 6'-12'
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Juniperus (Juniper) horizontalis 'Wiltoni' (Blue Rug Spreading Juniper)

Also known as Jun. Horiz. ‘Wiltoni’. Very low-growing, mat-forming evergreen with silver-blue foliage that becomes a purplish in the winter and retains its color well. Heat tolerant. Grows best in full sun to retain needles. Is good for use in rock, stonewalls and bank plantings, and also as a groundcover.

  • Height: 4"-6"
  • Spread: 3'-5'
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Juniperus (Juniper) procumbens 'Nana' (Green Mound Japanese Garden Juniper)

A very low-growing, evergreen, dwarf, trailing (along the ground) Japanese Juniper. Green needles. Generally forms a soft, rug-like carpet of evergreen foliage. Tolerates light shade, but does best in full sun. Very useful as a groundcover for level ground or slopes, or for draping over a wall, as an accent in a rock garden or front of a border.

  • Height: 8"-10"
  • Spread: 4'-6'
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Juniperus (Juniper) scopulorum 'Skyrocket' (Skyrocket Juniper)

A tall and extremely narrow columnar form with compact, rich silvery-blue foliage. Needles have a tendency to develop brownish-bronze tint in the winter. A very striking, dramatic plant when used as a cluster against a large fence, or as an evergreen screen. Ice and snow resistant.

  • Height: 10'-15'
  • Spread: 18"-24"
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Picea (Spruce) abies (Norway Spruce)

Pyramidal form with pendulous branches. Medium texture. Dark green foliage. Tolerates moist, well-drained soils. Stiff when young, graceful at maturity. Useful as windbreaks and for naturalizing. Rapid grower. Cylindrical cones.

  • Height: 40'-60'
  • Spread: 25'-30'
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Picea (Spruce) glauca 'Conica' (Dwarf Alberta Spruce)

Dense, slow growing, dwarf conical evergreen with soft, very short grass-green needles. Very light, compact growth habit. Rarely will fruit form. Good for rock gardens, small areas or planter boxes. Very hardy.

  • Height: 6'-8'
  • Spread: 2'-3'
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Picea (Spruce) glauca densata (Black Hills Spruce)

Pyramidal form. Medium texture. Short, stiff, blue-green foliage. Dense, compact growth habit. Very slow growing. Ordinary soils. Withstands heat & drought conditions.

  • Height: 40'-60'
  • Spread: 20'-30'
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Picea (Spruce) pungens (Colorado Green Spruce)

Broad, pyramidal form with dense, green foliage requiring little shearing. Prefers well drained soil. Valued as a specimen or windbreak.

  • Height: 40'-70'
  • Spread: 10'-20'
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Picea (Spruce) pungens glauca (Colorado Blue Spruce)

One of the most popular of the Spruces. Pyramidal form which rarely needs pruning. Medium texture. Variable green to blue colored foliage. Stiff needles. Tolerant of dry conditions and prefers cool soil. A slow grower.

  • Height: 40'-70'
  • Spread: 10'-20'
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Pinus (Pine) flexilis 'Vanderwolf's Pyramid' (Vanderwolf Limber Pine)

Evergreen with distinctive, upright, pyramidal shape with long, twisted, silvery, blue-green needles. Dense habit. Resistant to disease and insects. Excellent for accent tree or lawn specimen. Adaptable, low maintenance tree. Does best in well drained soils.

  • Height: 20'-25'
  • Spread: 10'-15'
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Pinus (Pine) mugo pumilio (Dwarf Mugo Pine)

Also known as Swiss Mountain Pine. A dwarf conifer with dense branching and dark green foliage. Slow growing. Very tolerant. Will do well even in poor soil or rocky conditions.

  • Height: 3'-5'
  • Spread: 5'-10'
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  • Attracts Birds
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    Rabbit Resistant
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Deer Resistant
  • Fragrant
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Shade
  • Wet Soils