Conifers

The following conifers are offered for sale in 2021

Austrian Pine

Pinus nigra

Conifer Tree

Zone: 4

Conservation practices: C, W, S, E

Description: Evergreen, 4 to 6 inches long, flexible with two thick, dark green needles per fascicle. A small to medium-sized tree with a very dense crown (needles retained 4 years) that eventually develops a flat top.

Red Pine

Pinus resinosa

Conifer Tree

Zone: 2

Conservation practices: E,N,T

Description: Native 50’ timber tree can grow as high as 80’. Fast growing species, especially in acid sandy & dry soils. Needles are Dark Green & long. This tree prefers colder climates, and performs well in windbreaks.

Scotch Pine

Pinus sylvestris

Conifer Tree

Zone: 3

Conservation practices: C

Description: Evergreen, 1 1/2 to 3 inches long, with two blue-green, stout, twisted needles per fascicle. A medium-sized tree,.Young crowns are rounded. Older crowns become round-topped.

White Pine

Pinus strobus

Conifer Tree

Zone: 3

Conservation practices: C,T H, W, S, E, N

Description: has soft needles and can grow 100 to 150 feet tall and spread 50 to 60 feet. Growth is rapid at first but slows down with age. White pine prefers a sunny location and tolerates most moist, well drained soils.

Black Hills Spruce

Picea Glauca Var. densata

Conifer Tree

Zone: 2

Conservation practices: C, E, S, H

Description: 80’ large tree, dense & pyramidal. It is a naturally orruring variety of White Spruce. Long stout branches from ground up, denser growth form than species. Root system is shallow, fibrous and wide spreading giving good use for farm windbreaks. Browsed by mammals. Nesting site for birds. Makes a good winter cover.

Colorado Blue Spruce

Picea pungens

Conifer Tree

Zone: 2

Conservation practices: C,T, H, S, E

Description: Height 100' The Blue Spruce is the most sought after evergreen of all. You will love the brilliant blue-green color and stately pyramidal shape of this tree. Makes absolutely the most magnificent living screen.Flower and cones are similar to Colorado Spruce. Grown in parks, gardens.

Norway Spruce

Picea abies

Conifer Tree

Zone: 2

Conservation practices: C,T H, S, E

Description: Evergreen, stiff, 1/2 to 1 inch long. Needles are 4-angled but somewhat flattened, with a sharp pointed tip, shiny green. A medium to large tree with conical form, with horizontal to upward sweeping branches that have drooping branchlets.

White Spruce

Picea gleuca

Conifer Tree

Zone: 2

Conservation practices: C, T, H, S, E, N

Description: Evergreen, stiff, 1/3 to 3/4 inch long, green to blue-green in color, square in cross section. When crushed a pungent odor is apparent. Needle tips are pointed, but not sharp. Conical, medium-sized trees.

Canaan Fir

Abies balsamea phanerolepis

Conifer Tree

Zone: 3

Conservation practices: C, T, H, W, E, N

Description: Color is dark to bluish dark green, the undersides of the needles have two white stripes very similar to the Fraser Fir with more limber branching. Naturally adapted to overly moist sites and late frosts. 

White Cedar

Thuja occidentalis

Conifer Tree

Zone: 3

Conservation practices: E, H, N, S, T, W

Description: Height up to 50' Flowers open in March and April. Leaves are dark green and yellowish beneath.When crushed give off a smell of apples. Cones ripen from yellowish-green the following autumn, about 1/2 inch long with 8-10 scales.

Balsam Fir

Abies balsamea

Conifer Tree

Zone: 3

Conservation practices: C, T, H, W, E, N

Description: is one of the more important conifers in the northern United States and in Canada. Within its range it may also be referred to as balsam, Canadian balsam, eastern fir, and bracted balsam fir. It is a small to medium-sized tree used primarily for pulp and light frame construction, and it is one of the most popular Christmas trees. Wildlife rely extensively on this tree for food and shelter.

Concolor Fir

Abies concolor

Conifer Tree

Zone: 3

Conservation practices: C, T, W, E

Description: Flattened needles, silvery blue-green both above and below, 2 to 3 inches long, blunt at the tip, extending at right angles from the twig, often curving upwards. A citrus smell is present when the needle is broken. White bloom may be distributed evenly or may occur in distinct bands on both surfaces.

Douglas Fir

Pseudotsuga menziesii

Conifer Tree

Zone: 4

Conservation practices: C, T, H, W, E

Description: Height 200 -300' Flowers open in late March and April. Leaves are densely set, needle-like with blunt tips and have a strong fruity fragrence. Bark on old trees is grey and rough with deep wide cracks. High quality timber.

Fraser Fir

Abies fraseri

Conifer Tree

Zone: 4

Conservation practices: C, T, H, W, E

Description: A narrow, pyramidal tree with glossy, dark green needles. The undersides of the needles have two white rows. Not suited for hot, dry sites as it prefers moist, well-drained sites.

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