A compact variety that stays dense in the center with soft gray-green foliage that turns purple-bronze in the winter.
Rich green foliage with lacy texture and semi-spreading habit. Likes fully exposed areas. Resistant to juniper blight. Thrives in rocky soil or where soil is thin. Use on slopes or to drape off retaining walls. .
A beautiful dwarf spruce, broad and slow growing. Light green foliage on spreading branches that rise up with slight nodding tips. Best in full sun or minimal shade. Prefers moist sandy acidic soil, but can grow in a variety of soils. Prefers full sun with afternoon shade.
Shapely "Christmas tree" type evergreen with blue-green needles. Shears easily. Useful in hedges or windbreaks. Purplish cones mature to brown in the fall. Very tolerant of alkaline soils.
A prostrate form that maintains an outstanding blue color all season. Best in sun or light shade. It has a dense carpet-like habit that needs little shearing. Plants spread fairly fast and can be planted 5' apart. Tolerant of heat and drought. Winter color is an attractive silvery plum color with purplish tips.
A creeping variety from Canada. Incredible blue hue compact and good for draping over timber and rock walls. Maintains its beautiful blue through winter.
Slow growing mound of bright steel-blue foliage. Full sun to light shade. Prefers the cooler climates. Likes moist well drained soils.
This beautiful spruce varies in color from gray-green to blue green. The dense foliage needs little shearing. Likes fully exposed, well drained locations. Best in full sun.
A dwarf, dense selection that forms a broad globe with attractive light green foliage. Very hardy. Prefers a colder climate and full sun, but will tolerate light shade. Slow grower and grows approximately 2" per year based on growing conditions. Needs well drained soil, average watering needs, but do not overwater.
This grafted variety is slow growing and is ideal for locations where other spruces normally can reach 60' in height. Thrives in full sun but can tolerate a few hours of shade.
Compact, rounded to mound shaped with beautiful blue foliage. Valuable as an accent or specimen plant. Very slow growing.
Dense globe form and does not need any shearing. Hetz can tolerate light shade. When grown in shade, as with most arborvitaes, there will be less fullness and will have more open branching. Color remains green in winter.
A compact plant with an upright habit. Bright green color and light bushy foliage gives the plant a textured appearance. Does well in light shade. Likes moist soil and can tolerate poor drainage. Growth is approximately 6" per year based on care and location.
A selection from the Badlands of North Dakota. A slender-shaped variety with a blue-green color that holds into winter. Grows well in dry locations once established. Excellent cold tolerance. Slow growing and needs little shearing. For windbreaks space 3' apart. Deer tolerant.
Dwarf, bright green color in all seasons. Attractive mounded shape that can be maintained by pruning. Especially nice in early summer when new candle growth appears. Very rugged and hardy. Full sun, but can tolerate partial shade conditions.
Best of golden spreaders. New growth has a bright golden color that deepens in winter. Slow growing. Soft lacy texture. Full sun results in best color. Resistant to cedar rust and twig blight disease.
Pyramidal in shape and more open with age. Will grow on most soils including very sandy soils, or on sites with very little top-soil . Good drainage required and drought tolerant once established. Rapid growth Best pine for general use, too large for small lots.
Dense mat of medium bright green color. During late fall edges will be purple tinged. Adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions. Good rock garden plant or for erosion control on slopes. Needs only occasional watering once established.
Bright green foliage on a dwarf compact shrub that needs no shearing to keep its shape. Slow growing. Prefers moist well drained soil. Once established can tolerate some heat and drought.
A dwarf, densely branched evergreen with low spreading form and lacy foliage that resembles Arborvitae. Bright green summer color turning plum to bronze in winter. Grows in both full sun and full shade. Grows slowly the first years then can grow up to 12" thereafter. Grows best in well drained soils.
Upright with dark green foliage. Produces small blue-gray berries. Can be sheared annually in early summer when new growth has been established to the desired shape and size. Tolerates poor soils. Can withstand drought conditions once established. Foliage and fruit are poisonous. Deer resistant. Full sun.
Attractive mint green foliage on graceful, fountain-like arching branches. Color of foliage will darken in cold weather. Likes moist well drained soil, and can withstand some drought once establised. Fast growth. Responds well to pruning. Prune in May or June after new growth has had time to establish.
Broad pyramidal form with silver-green foliage. Strong but slow grower. A good choice for prairie climates. Grows well in dry locations once established and has excellent cold tolerance. A cultivar of the Rocky Mountain Juniper. Does not like wet soil.
This spreading evergreen has short dark needles and is very hardy. Although it has excellent resistance to wind burn, planting in a location that is less susceptible to harsh winter winds or afternoon sun will provide even better protection. Grows best in moist well drained soil. Planting the crown of the plant 1-2" higher than surrounding soil may provide better growth if soil is a problem. The female plants will have red berries which are considered poisonous. Grows well in sun or shade.