Botanical Name Common Name

abies – 80’x25’

Broad vigorous spruce with bright green foliage. Valuable for windbreaks.

Norway Spruce

omorika – 60’x20’

Narrow pyramidal habit, graceful, slow-growing.  Glossy green needles, white underneath.

Serbian Spruce

occidentalis ‘Nigra’ – 20-25’

Retains green color throughout the winter.

Dark Green Arborvitae

occidentalis ‘Pyramidalis’

Fast growing, narrow upright, bright green, soft foliage. Pyramidal tree.  Good for hedges and screens.  Deer resistant.

Pyramidal Arborvitae

occidentalis ‘Techny’ – 12-15’

Wide base, good for hedges, dense.  Dark green heavy textured foliage.

Techny Arborvita

sempervirens 'Green Velvet'– 4’

This boxwood hybrid combines the best characteristics of two other boxwoods — the hardiness and compactness of the Korean boxwood as well as the velvety deep green foliage of the English boxwood. It adapts to a wide range of soil conditions and keeps its color year-round, making it an appealing landscape plant.

Green Velvet Boxwood

sempervirens 'Green Mountain'– 4’

The Green Mountain boxwood stands out with its upright, pyramidal form. Reaching about 5 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide at maturity, this evergreen bush is more like a small tree. Bright green foliage that maintains its vibrancy even through harsh winters. The leaves of are small, but the foliage is dense and lush.

Green Mountain Boxwood

* Other varieties not listed are normally available.

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