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Fir Balsam (Abies balsamea)
Narrow conic crown consists of dense, dark green, flat, needle-like leaves. Bark on young trees is smooth and grey becoming rough and scaly when older. Fragrant. Popular as Christmas trees.
Larch Siberian (Larix sibirica)
A large, cold hardy conifer. Arching branches with clusters of long soft green needles turn golden yellow in fall before dropping.
Pine Lodgepole (Pinus contorta latifolia)
Tall slender tree with dark green twisted needles and attractive prickly inward facing cones.
Pine Scots (Pinus sylvestris)
A hardy, fast growing, adaptable evergreen. This large tree has an oval crown and distinctively cinnamon-brown bark when mature. The most common pine for shelterbelts and windbreaks. A favorite Christmas tree variety.
Spruce Baby Blue Colorado (Picea pungens)
A dense, pyramidal, hardy evergreen with attractive silvery-blue foliage. Fuller in branching and needle thickness compared to regular Colorado. Ideally suited for use as privacy hedging, or as ornamental trees.
Spruce Black Hills (Picea glauca ‘Densata’)
A superior spruce tree. Shapely Christmas tree-type evergreen is a favourite among spruce lovers. A cousin of the White Spruce, the Black Hills Spruce is often called “ornamentally superior” because of its dense uniform shape. Ideal for acreages, windbreaks, and shelterbelts. Very hardy; great for the prairies.
Spruce Colorado (Picea pungens)
Majestic pyramidal hardy evergreen is blue to green in color . Ideally suited for use in shelterbelts, privacy screens, or as accent trees.
Spruce Crystal Blue Colorado (Picea pungens)
A dense, symmetrical, broad pyramidal, hardy evergreen with attractive blue foliage which emerges silvery-blue in spring. Highly ornamental with a strong central leader.