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Evergreens

If you want year-round beauty and versatility, an evergreen just might fit your project perfectly.

  • Norway Spruce

    A stately tree with a pyramidal shape when young, and pendulous branches as it matures. The largest and fastest growing of the spruces. Large cones are attractive as Christmas ornaments. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.

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  • Paton's Silver Splendor Pine

    Excellent resistance to white pine blister rust. Thick waxy deposits inhibit disease and give the blue-green needles a distinctive silvery look. Cones develop with age, enhancing the tree's ornamental value.

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  • Prince of Wales Juniper

    Low-growing, forming a dense mat 4-6 inches high. Medium, bright green color. During late fall and winter the exposed leaves are purple tinged. Very hardy. Found in 1931 in the Pedkisco Creek area of Alberta, Canada, near the Morden Research Station and introduced by them in 1967.

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  • Russian Cypress

    A dwarf, densely branched evergreen with low-spreading form and foliage that resembles arborvitae. Bright green summer color turning bronze in winter. Grows in both full sun and full shade. Hardy to -40° F. Found in the wild near Vladivostok, E. Siberia. 1998 Cary Award Winner.

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  • Savin Juniper

    Upright in habit with dark green foliage. Compact growth makes this an excellent choice for the foundation planting.

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  • Spring Grove® Arborvitae

    A superior selection with dark green, glossy foliage that maintains its color well even in winter. Perfect for creating privacy, Spring Grove® is a fast growing, well-behaved hedge or screen. It has also shown resistance to deer browsing. Prefers full sun to partial shade and is adaptable to many types of soil. From Spring Grove Arboretum, in Ohio. (Proven Winners® ColorChoice® Program)

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  • Star Power™ Juniper

    Star Power™ Juniper shines in the landscape with bluish-green, star-like juvenile foliage, lending a delicate yet dense texture and an almost sparkling appearance on an upright juniper. Suspected hybrid of Juniperus chinensis x Juniperus communis. Fast growing and durable, excellent used as a privacy screen. Plant in full sun and well-drained soils. Discovered and introduced by Johnson's Nursery, Inc.

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  • Swiss Stone Pine

    Swiss Stone pine is an extremely attractive conifer that should be used much more in landscape settings. As a young tree, it is very conical in form. This species is highly resistant to winter browning of the needles. Makes an excellent evergreen specimen or group planting.

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  • Tannenbaum Mugo Pine

    A perfectly shaped, tough-as-nails, dwarf pine tree. 'Tannenbaum' has an open shape in youth but consistently matures to a compact, pyramidal form. Because it is vegetatively propagated and grafted on P. sylvestris rootstock, you won'™t see the variability in size and form so often associated with Mugo pine. All of these outstanding attributes would make 'Tannenbaum' an excellent choice for a specimen tree. Exceptionally cold hardy. From South Dakota State University.

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  • Taylor Eastern Redcedar

    A great plant discovered near Taylor, NE in the late 1970's by Allen Wilke. Distinctive upright, narrow form, tight growing. Foliage is a medium green with a hint of gray, darkening slightly in the winter. Tolerant of poor, dry sites and high pH soils.

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