Evergreens

Evergreens are the only plants to provide year long colour in the landscape. Overall, evergreens are low maintenance and are actively planted to help provide winter interest to your yard.

Fast growing pine with stout pyramid shape. Long dense dark green needles. Attractive specimen for the landscape or park, windscreen or in Mass Planting. Features increase with age. Can be sheared when young to keep fuller and narrower. Seed grown.

O' Tannenbaum, the perfect shaped christmas tree, a tough as nails dwarf pine for the colder climates. Selected by the North Dakota State University for its compact pyramidal form and good winter colour. Maintains its dark green needle colour year round.

This evergreen has a uniform dense rounded form of medium to dark green needles. Ideal for even the smallest areas of the rock garden, foundation plantings, border or in Mass Planting. No shearing required. A true dwarf type. An introduction by Iseli Nursery.

Dense, low growing mounding evergreen with attractive soft rich dark green needles. Excellent addition to any landscape as a border plant, in rock gardens or in mass displays. Compact naturally but can be controlled to be smaller by annual pruning.

Very hardy upright mounded shrubby Pine with dense green foliage. Great for the border as a background or in Mass Planting. Seedling grown. Shear candles when soft to maintain desired size. Height and width will depend on shearing and could reach 15 feet high.

A remarkably sturdy selection of Mugo Pine with a uniquely dense, compact, broadly upright habit. This hardy pine is a favourite with its boldly textured dark green foliage. Grows approximately 6 inches per year. An Iseli Nursery introduction.

Distinctive pyramidal evergreen tree with long twisted silvery blue green needles. Makes an excellent single specimen for the lawn, screen tree or in parks. Slow grower. Can be lightly sheared yearly when young to keep fuller. Resistant to most insects.

A soft powdery blue colour radiates from this conical pine. A rare plant and unusual hue giving soft textural appearance. Moderate grower up to 12" a year. One of the hardiest selection of Limber Pine that will tolerate cold climates.

Tall slender tree with smooth clean trunk. Very open airy branching structure. A native tree to the Rocky Mountain ranges. Dark green needles turn to yellow with age. Frequently used in shelterbelts or in reclamation projects for naturalizing.

A striking blue-needled Spruce with a densely branched, conical shape that makes an ideal specimen for suburban landscapes. A slow grower. More drought tolerant than other Picea species. Deer resistant. No pruning required.

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