Our nursery has a wide selection of specialty evergreens. Whether you are looking for a weeping variety or need a plant that can sustain full sun or shade, we can help you find the perfect evergreen!
Globe Blue Spruce
Dwarf and compact with bright blue needles. To maintain the globe form, prune upright shoots. Grows 3-5 inches per year with a mature size of 3-4 feet tall & wide. Zone 3.
Low, spreading fir. The yellow color is especially striking in the winter after much plant color has faded. It appreciates partial shade. Grows to be 3 feet tall and 6 feet wide.
Columnar Mugo Pine
Conspicuous buds, coated with white, waxy resin, stand out against long, dark green needles in winter, and colors intensify as the seasons change. The very narrow, compact columnar habit is open enough to show off interesting red-orange bark. Plants reliably produce small ornamental cones too. Zone 2.
Sester Dwarf Blue Spruce
Pyramidal form with powder blue needles. This slow growing dwarf conifer is similar in shape and size to a Dwarf Alberta Spruce. Very hardy and requires no trimming. Grows to be 8 feet tall 5 feet wide. Full sun. Zone 2.
Mops Mugo Pine
Bright green color. Very hardy. Perfect mounding, petite type of mugo. Grows 3-5 feet tall and 3-6 feet wide. Zone 2.
Irish Bell Bosnian Pine
This new cultivar is a small, sturdy tree that will grow nearly as wide as it is tall, reminiscent of a bell. The stiff, deep green needles are on the upper portion of the shoots, allowing the silver-white stems to be seen prominently through the foliage. Salt-tolerant and disease-resistant, this is a great choice for the urban landscape. Grows 6-12 inches per year with a mature height of 5-10 feet. Full sun. Zone 5.
Wichita Blue Juniper
Light grey-blue soft foliage on a broad, pyramidal form. Annual shearing maintains a more compact form. Use for screens, background borders or hedges. Very hardy. Prefers well-drained soil. Water regularly throughout the growing season and fertilize in the early spring. Little to no regular pruning required. Grows to be around 13 feet tall and 5 feet wide. Zone 2.
Daub’s Frosted Juniper
Glowing, lightly golden new growth contrasts with the blue-green interior foliage creating a soft appearance. Grows 1-1.5 feet tall and 2-4 feet wide. Zone 3.
Columnar Norway Spruce
This tree has an elegant columnar growth habit. It will have a slender, uniform growth with branching to the ground. The needles are bright green with a slight curve. These trees can grow to 20-30 feet tall and 5-6 feet wide. Full sun. Zone 2.
Weeping White Spruce
Tall and narrow pyramidal form with short green needles on vertically pointed branches. Requires little to no regular pruning. Water regularly throughout the growing season and fertilize in the early spring. Can grow to be 26 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Full sun. Zone 2.
Hillside Creeper Scots Pine
Creeping form of scotch pine – low and spreading. Attractive bright yellow winter color. Over 20 years time it can grow to become 12-18 inches tall and 5-6 feet wide.