Artistically uneven branches with pendulous spreading habit. This tree can be also pruned into the traditional conifer pyramidal shape with no ill-effect. Salt and drought tolerant, but grows best on fertile well-drained soils. Grows from 20-80’ in height with a 20-40’ spread.
Eastern White Pine
Luxuriant, long soft needles. This native pine is fast growing and makes a great windbreak or hedge in addition to a stunning specimen tree in the landscape. Mature trees are 50-80’ in height with a 20-40’ spread.
Southwestern White Pine
The Southwestern White Pine has soft longer blue green needles. This is a great disease resistant and drought tolerant tree.
Colorado Blue Spruce
Our seedlings are chosen especially for their blue color. A slower growing tree, Colorado spruce grow to 30-60’ in height with a 20-30’ spread. Does best in sunny, well-drained conditions.
Lustrous dark green foliage, hardy, tolerant of our heavier local soils when well-drained. This graceful tree is long lived and grows to 40-80’ feet in height with a 20-30‘ spread. Our favorite tree!
The beautiful silver foliage and slender spire-like habit make this a very elegant tree. This tree does extremely well in full sun with rich soil, but it will tolerate and thrive in a wide pH range. It also tolerates drought-prone urban conditions and partial shade. Mature height - 40-50’.
An alternative to Colorado spruce, they have a lovely bluish-green color. A slower growth rate and adaptability to a wide range of soils and environments make them well suited as the centerpiece or backdrop of a landscape design.