Foliage has a nice fragrance. Firs produce upright cones that look like candelabras. The resin of this tree was used as chewing gum and a waterproof adhesive. The seeds are eaten by grouse.
One of the most beautiful firs on earth. Abies nordmanniana, the Nordmann Fir, is native to the mountains west and east of the Black Sea, in Turkey, Georgia, Russian...Read More
Calocedrus decurrens (California Incense-cedar; syn. Libocedrus decurrens Torr.) is a conifer native to western North America, from Oregon and California, west to limited high...Read More
One of the three true cedar species in the world. A stately tree with bold habit. Cedrus atlantica, the Atlas Cedar, is native to the Atlas Mountains of Algeria and Morocco.
The most graceful of all of the weepng conifers. Relaively fast growing. Weeping trees are trees that are characterized by a typical shape with soft, limp twigs This may lead to a bent crown and...Read More
Chamaecyparis obtusa (Japanese cypress, hinoki cypress or hinoki) is native to central Japan. It is a slow-growing tree which grows to 35 m tall with a trunk up to 1 m in...Read More
This is a handsome pyramidal evergreen having gracefully curved limbs with fern-like green foliage. Adds an interesting oriental look to garden. Will grow in large planters or nice as an entryway...Read More
This is really a stunner! Great, flattened lanceolate, blue green leaves on a fast growing irregularly conical frame. Sweet! The general shape of Cunninghamia is conical with tiered,...Read More
We no longer grow this plant as it is highly susceptible to bagworms and is not proving itself winter hardy with advanced age and size. As it is a hybrid between the coastal California Monterey...Read More
Like the dawn redwood, this species was thought to be extinct until found growing in Buddist monastaries in Japan. Beautiful, flattened leaves ("needles") appear as the image of flaxen hair. We...Read More
Metasequoia glytostroboides, the dawn redwood is a most exceptional species. Beautful verdant foliage in the spring, braided trunk relief and attractive orange needles in...Read More
The genetically plastic (variable) norway spruce produces many variants, and this is a nice pendulous selection that is smart lookig and easy to grow. Norway Spruce (Picea abies) is a species of...
P. omorika 'pendular' is a weeping variety with pendulous branches. Picea omorika, commonly called Serbian spruce, is an evergreen conifer that is native to limestone soils in the upper...Read More
A prostrate spruce with very small, round needles. Picea orientalis, commonly known as the Caucasian Spruce or Oriental Spruce, is a spruce native to the Caucasus and adjacent northeast Turkey. It...
Red spruce is a perennial, shade-tolerant, late successional, coniferous tree which under optimal conditions grows to 18–40 metres (59–131 ft) tall with a trunk diameter of about 60 centimetres (...Read More
A beautifule, densley foliaged white pine that will accentuate any area in which it is placed. This compact white pine can be grown in the ground or in very large containers. It is also refered to...Read More
This very unique conifer is in a class by itself. Elegant whorls of long, flat, slender needles grace the ends of the branches.
Thuja occidentalis is an evergreen coniferous tree, in the cypress family Cupressaceae, which is native to the Northeast United States and southeasern Canada, but widely...Read More
This American arborvitae cultivar is a semi-dwarf, evergreen shrub with a compact, narrowly pyramidal habit. Glossy bright green, scale-like foliage in flat sprays. Grown as a 7-15' (...Read More
The National Arboretum’s breeding programs are recognized for developing noteworthy plant introductions for the horticulture and nursery industry, and 'Green Giant' arborvitae (Thuja...Read More