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Garden with a Winner!™

Top 10 Trees for Conifer Lovers

Picea pungens ‘Glauca’ (Colorado Blue Spruce)

The blue-green needles on this spruce make it one of the most popular conifers for both specimen plantings and grouping.

Pinus strobus (White Pine)

This fast growing, native pine has long, soft needles and becomes more majestic with age.

Picea abies (Norway Spruce)

Norway Spruce is one of the fastest growing spruce, and with it’s long pendulous branches and cones makes it a beautiful specimen.

Picea glauca (White Spruce)

White Spruce is tough, durable and versatile to tolerate whatever placement you give it.

Thuja occidentalis ‘Nigra’ (Black Cedar)

This dark green cedar makes an excellent hedge and is more durable than other varieties.

Abies concolor (Silver Fir)

The long blue-green needles of this fir really stand out in any landscape. Plant these anywhere that has good drainage.

Picea omorika(Serbian Spruce)

This spruce has green needles with a silvery underside, setting it apart from the rest.

Tsuga canadensis(Canadian Hemlock)

The Eastern Hemlock prefers cooler, damp areas including the shady spots on your property.

Pinus nigra (Austrian Pine)

A dense, long needled pine that can handle a variety of conditions and does well on roadsides.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Pendula’ (Weeping Nootka False Cypress) 

This unique tree has unusual, pendulous branching and makes a great accent to a large garden.