Evergreen Trees

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Balsam Fir

Height: 45′-75′
Spread: 20′-25′
Growth: Slow
Soil: Moist, cool, well drained, acidic

Balsam Fir trees are well adapted to the cold climates and keep their foliage year round. They can be used as a screen or windbreak.

Balsam Fir

Colorado Blue Spruce

Height: 40′-60′
Spread: 15′-20′
Growth: Slow to moderate
Soil: Well drained, moist, adaptable

Colorado Blue Spruce trees are tall, dense, and narrow with stiff branches and green to blue green needles. They can be used for privacy or a windbreak.

Colorado Blue Spruce

Concolor Fir

Height: 30′-50′
Spread: 15′-30′
Growth: Slow to moderate
Soil: Well drained, moist, adaptable

Concolor fir trees have blue-green and gray colored needles.

Concolor Fir

Hemlock

Height: 40′-70′
Spread: 25′-35′
Growth: Slow to medium rate

Hemlock trees can handle full sun and full shade but prefers a site where it can receive both sun and shade. They can be sheared to any height or shape.

Hemlock

Norway Spruce

Height: 40′-60′
Spread: 25′-30′
Growth: Moderate to fast
Soil: Well drained, moist, sandy, acidic

Norway Spruce trees are one of the fastest growing evergreens. They are dense, drought tolerant, easily adapts to soils, and are considered to be the most disease-resistant. Use them as a privacy barrier or wind screen.

Norway Spruce

Serbian Spruce

Height: 50′-60′
Spread: 20′-25′
Growth: Slow to moderate
Soil: Well drained, moist, acidic

Serbian Spruce trees are thin with a straight trunk and soft green to blue green needles. They are great for home landscaping, screening, buffer strips, salt-free median strips and parking lots.

Serbian Spruce2

White Pine

White Pines grow fast to enhance their practicality for landscaping purposes. Their needles are 3 to 5 inches long and occur in bundles of 5.

White Pine