Coniferous (Evergreen) Trees for Sale

"The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago.  The second best time is today."- Chinese proverb

Exquisite Coniferous Trees Available for your Garden:

Our Exceptional Recommended Trees:



WHITE SPRUCE (Picea glauca) Zone 2/20m
The White Spruce is one of the most beautiful and practical evergreens you can add to your landscape. A native tree that is Incredibly adaptable and resilient and provides both ornamental and functional value in colder climates. This tree is drought tolerant, cold tolerant and able to grow in nearly every soil condition. This tree grows in a grand, pyramidal shape and is thick with light-green needles. Place near colorful, floral bushes or small trees with fiery fall color for brilliant contrast all year long or plant several in a row for a grand, natural privacy fence. The dense, uniform and tall shape of this tree creates a wonderful noise barrier, privacy fence or windbreak when you plant several in a row. The White Spruce is more fragrant than the classic Douglas Fir and the needles of the White Spruce do not shed as easily. Birds love it and deer don't.




BLACK SPRUCE (Picea mariana) Zone 2/20m
A narrow conical native tree usually found in damp soils. Useful for sites where drainage is poor. A small to medium tree depending on site conditions, the principal branches are short compared to other spruces, lower branches greatly droop with tips upturned. The upper portion of the crown is often very dense and oddly shaped. Black Spruce can grow 20 meters (60 feet) to 30 meters (90 feet) in height. The needles are straight, 5-8 mm long, blunt pointed and dull grayish green. Black Spruce will grow in a variety of soils, from wet, poorly drained sites to elevated, well drained sites. Black spruce is generally found in pure stands or with tamarack in moist organic soils. Black spruce can grow in full sunlight or shade.



NORWAY SPRUCE (Picea abies) Zone 2/16m
The Norway Spruce can grow to Christmas Tree height in as little as three years. It will continue to grow rapidly to a mature height of 50 feet.
A dense tree that easily blocks out wind and neighbors, it is ideal for use as a privacy barrier, wind screen, or even a traditional showpiece. Attracts and creates a safe haven for wildlife! It has a deep rich color year-round...it's even drought tolerant! Believed to be the most cold hardy spruce available. Also, the Norway Spruce is the most disease resistant spruce you can find. Any serious disease or insect problems that kill other spruce trees do not affect the Norway Spruce.
Plant every 8-10 feet for a solid green privacy screen. Plant on the northern edge of your property for a substantial wind barrier and help lower your winter heating bills. Adaptable to a variety of conditions and soils. Very cold tolerant and prefers Growing Zones 2-5.





COLUMNAR NORWAY SPRUCE (Picea abies 'Cupressina') Zone 3/10m
A tall narrow selection, very architectural. Cupressina is much bluer than Norway Spruce; adding to it's appeal as a specimen plant.  It's tight branching habit makes it easy to maintain.  This Columnar Spruce is useful in groupings, as a windbreak, or close to a walkway, home, or patio.  Very hardy.  Found in the Thuringian Forest of Germany before 1904.  A low maintenance, fast grower at 8-10" per year. Bright green new growth, ages to dark blue-green. Holds it's shape well even under heavy snow loads. It grows to a height of 20-30 ft, with a spread of 6-10 ft. It prefers to grow in moist, well-drained sandy loam, or clay, in areas receiving full sun to part shade.







COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE (Picea pungens) Zone 3/30m
Colorado blue spruce is native to the Rocky Mountain region. It is a broad, dense, pyramidal tree with stiff branches horizontal to the ground. The needle color ranges from dark green to silvery blue green. Blue spruce will form a very dense windbreak when planted close together, but they grow only at a medium growth rate. Colorado blue spruce is best used as the inside row of farmstead windbreaks. Survival is best if the seedlings are protected from drying winds by placing wooden shingles on the south and west facing sides. The tree cannot withstand long-term drought.  The Colorado Spruce requires full sunlight to grow. This tree prefers moist areas, in well drained sandy and loamy soils, but it cannot tolerate saturated soil conditions.





NEON BLUE SPRUCE (Picea pungens 'Neon') Zone 3/9m
A dense, upright tree with silvery-blue needles.'Neon Blue', is known by the common name Colorado spruce. It grows very slowly to an average mature height of 30 ft (9 m) and a width of 16 ft (5 m). This plant prefers three or more hours of direct sunlight every day. This plant will perform best in average through moist soil moisture. It will grow best in soil with consistent moisture. Do not let the tree stay in standing water for long periods of time, for example over the winter season.This plant is drought tolerant. Ensure adequate water during the first year. 'Neon Blue' will grow in all garden soil types.







DWARF ALBERTA SPRUCE (Picea glauca albertiana 'Conica') Zone 3b/2m
Very popular dense, conical, tree with delicate needles thet will grow up to 5 feet in height with a 3 foot spread.. Very hardy, but keep out of drying winter winds. Dwarf Alberta Spruce is a miniature Spruce tree.  This would be a delightful choice as a novelty planting in your perennial bed or as a container plant for your patio.  Dwarf Alberta Spruce is an excellent plant for adding structure, color and texture to your yard or garden. Your Dwarf Alberta Spruce is often a whimsical presence in the garden.  It’s conical-shaped nature, bright green foliage and tolerance of being trimmed into a variety of shapes has made this a popular choice among gardeners.






JACK PINE (Pinus banksiana) Zone 2/2-3m
A slow growing, small to medium sized, pine with bottlebrush branches and a small, irregular crown. Jack Pine can grow up to 20 meters (60 feet) in height. Cones are retained for several years, resulting in a coarse appearance. The Jack Pine grows on thin layers of soil or peat over rock, limestone or permafrost. Jack Pine is usually found in sandy soils, but will also grow in loamy soils. The needles are 2-4 centimeters long, in clusters of two, twisted and yellow-green in colour. Jack Pine requires full sunlight to grow well.






RED PINE (Pinus resinosa) Zone 2/20m
When growing under natural conditions, the red pine develops a tall, straight, clean trunk and an open, rounded picturesque crown. The tree gets its name from the bright orange-colored or reddish bark, which divides into large plates as the tree matures. A medium size tree reaching up to 30 meters (90 feet) in height with an oval crown. Foliage is tufted, resembling a fox tail. The needles are 10 - 16 centimeters long and in clusters of two. The dark green needles are soft and flexible, although when bent sharply they snap or break. Red Pine prefers well-drained sandy and loam soils. This species prefers full sunlight.





EASTERN WHITE PINE (Pinus strobus) Zone 2/26m
A fast growing pine with fine needled bottle-brush branches.
The Eastern White Pine tree is a hardy evergreen that is long-lived and fast-growing. When young, it has an elegant, pyramidal form that matures to a more spacious, irregular crown with age. Its 5-inch needles are soft to the touch and have a delicate bluish-green colour.  The 8-inch long cones it produces are cylindrical in appearance, and birds love the seeds that they provide. Wildlife, in general, also benefits from the shelter it provides. Eastern White Pine trees will grow to 80 feet in height with a 40 foot spread.  They are generally low-maintenance trees that can be left to grow naturally, or can be pruned, if necessary. They are tolerant of a variety of soil types as well as deer and rabbits. When small, this tree can also be used as a Christmas tree.




SCOTS PINE (Pinus sylvestris) Zone 2/30m
A fast-growing, conical to columnar, medium sized conifer with distinctive flaking orange/red-brown bark. It develops an open-rounded, irregular crown as it matures. It is a very widely distributed pine that is native to northern Europe and northern Asia. Plants will vary in habit, hardiness and needle appearance depending on their specific native geographical growing region.  The Scots Pine is widely used in North America. Scots Pine can grow up to 30 meters (90 feet) in height. This tree has a large, long, conical trunk which spreads into a broad domed crown. The heavy, short branches grow outwards from the trunk giving the tree a weatherbeaten look. The needles are 4-8 centimeters long and are in clusters of 2. Scots Pine can grow in a wide variety of soils, however they do best on well-drained clay and loam soils. This tree requires full sunlight.




AUSTRIAN PINE (Pinus nigra) Zone 3b/15m
A highly valued and widely planted tree. Mature trees have a stately appearance with their silver-gray bark and flat-topped look. The Austrian Pine is a densely branched tree producing long dark needles. Lower branches remain on main stem for a long period providing good wind and visual protection. It should be given plenty of space to grow.  It does well in a variety of soils and is very hardy. The spreading branches of a young tree form a pyramidal shape, but at maturity, it sometimes achieves a picturesque flat topped head. This fast growing pine tree also makes an attractive Christmas tree when sheared. It will tolerate limestone or acidic soils, dry rocky locations and windy conditions. Austrian pines are great for creating screens or windbreaks due to their dense form. For optimal screening; space them 6 feet apart.  They are salt tolerant and also tolerant of urban conditions.


DEGROOT SPIRE CEDAR (Thuja occidentalis 'DeGroot Spire') Zone 3b/4m
A pencil-thin spire-like evergreen, with a spiraling tendency of growth; slower growing, but a most unique specimen in the hands of inspired gardeners; hardy and adaptable; use as a solitary; best with some sun but can handle shade and requires a sheltered location. The narrowest of the pyramidal cedars. This tree grows to a height of 12 feet and has a spread of 3 feet. This shrub does best in full sun to partial shade. It prefers to grow in average to moist conditions, and shouldn't be allowed to dry out. It is not particular as to soil type or pH. The scale-like leaves remain green through the winter. It is is a dense multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with a narrowly upright and columnar growth habit. This is a relatively low maintenance shrub, and usually looks its best without pruning, although it can tolerate pruning. It is recommended for hedges and screening. It has a typical clearance of 1 foot from the ground, and is suitable for planting under power lines. It grows at a slow rate, and under ideal conditions can live for 50 years or more. Consider applying a thick mulch around the root zone in winter to protect it in exposed locations or colder zones.





WOODWARDI GLOBE CEDAR (Thuja occidentalis 'Woodwardi')  Zone 2b/2m
A near perfect round dwarf tree. Needs no pruning to keep its form.
An extremely popular landscape evergreen, forms a dense ball shape without pruning, eventually grows quite large, excellent for use in home landscapes; hardy and very tough, best with some sun, protect from drying winds. Globe White Cedar has green foliage. The scale-like leaves remain green through the winter. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant. It grows to a height of 6 feet, with a spread of 6 feet.




GOLDEN GLOBE CEDAR (Thuja occidentalis 'Golden Globe')  Zone 3/2m
A distinctive landscape evergreen for color effect, featuring showy gold foliage all season. It forms a dense rounded ball shape without pruning and makes an excellent color accent in home gardens and landscapes. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants. This is a relatively low maintenance shrub. When pruning is necessary, it is recommended to only trim back the new growth of the current season, other than to remove any dieback. It will grow to be about 5 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 5 feet. It tends to fill out right to the ground and therefore doesn't necessarily require facer plants in front. It grows at a slow rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for approximately 30 years. This shrub does best in full sun to partial shade. It prefers to grow in average to moist conditions, and shouldn't be allowed to dry out. It is not particular as to soil type or pH. It is somewhat tolerant of urban pollution, and will benefit from being planted in a relatively sheltered location. Consider applying a thick mulch around the root zone in winter to protect it in exposed locations.




GREEN GIANT ABORVITAE (Thuja standishii x plicata) Zone 5/13m
Very popular as a hedging cedar. Grown for its vigor, density and dark green winter color. You can create privacy without taking up much yard space. Thuja Green Giants grow in a uniform shape and height. You can achieve a classic French Renaissance look without having to prune or shear. It's drought tolerant and has no significant insect or disease problems and is deer resistant. This is a tough tree that resists ice and snow damage. It grows in almost any soil, even sandy loam or heavy clays. Prefers direct sunlight, but also does well in partial shade. It quickly gives you a lush, rich privacy screen (3-5 feet per year once established). Left unpruned and planted in rows they can reach as high as 30-40 feet.



EMERALD CEDAR (Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd') Zone 2/5m
The Emerald Green Arborvitae, also known as Emerald Green Thuja is a dense, fast-growing, privacy tree.  At just 3 to 4 feet wide, they make a great, fast growing privacy screen without using up much space. These also make an excellent wind-break or foundation plant. “Smaragd” is Danish for “emerald”, which describes the true color of this pyramid-shaped conifer.  The dense-growing, soft-to-the touch foliage remains a vibrant bright green all year round. It has a dense pyramidal form with a characteristic pointed tip. It grows about a foot each year which only slows down once it reaches 10 to 15 feet in height.  They are very hardy and pruning isn’t necessary either.  Even when it reaches its maximum dimensions, this Thuja maintains its tight form. If you trim your Emerald Green Arborvitae, you should save a few sprigs to place around the house.  The citrus-like evergreen scent will enhance the ambience of your home, especially during the holidays.  Holiday wreaths made from the Thuja boughs are a favorite of many people.






NIGRA CEDAR (Thuja occidentalis 'Nigra') Zone 3/10m
Very popular as a hedging cedar. Grown for its vigor, density and dark green winter color.









COAST REDWOOD (Sequoia sempervirens)   Zone 6/100m
California's magnificent Coast Redwood is the world's tallest known tree and one of the world's oldest trees. Some trees have been measured at more than 360 feet. These giant evergreens inhabit a narrow strip along the Pacific Ocean from central California to southern Oregon. The Coast Redwood has excellent ornamental value because of its beautiful foliage and bark and its drought resistance make it fairly maintenance free, once established. They grow up to 2 feet per year, and make excellent windbreaks and privacy screens while still young.








DAWN REDWOOD (Metasequoia glyptostroboides) Zone 4/15m
An ancient tree rediscovered in China. A conifer that loses its needles in fall. A relative of the giant evergreen redwoods.
   







EASTERN HEMLOCK (Tsuga canadensis) Zone 3/25m
A large dense, pyramidal conifer of the pine family that is native to moist woods, moist slopes, rocky hillsides and stream valleys. This is a dense, pyramidal conifer, within the pine family, that is native to moist woods, moist slopes, rocky hillsides, ridges, wooded ravines, and stream valleys. This species is noted for having the smallest needles and cones in the genus. It's lacy evergreen foliage give this tree a graceful form.  Small, short seed-bearing cones are tan-brown. Lower branches often dip toward the ground. Thick and ridged bark on mature trees is red-brown to gray-brown. They are easily grown in average, mederately moist, well-drained soils, in part shade to full shade conditions. They can tolerate full sun only in cool northern climates. Intolerant of drought and should be watered regularly during prolonged dry periods, particularly when plants are young. This tree appreciates a thick winter mulch and makes a superb specimen or screen plant.






NATIVE LARCH (Larix laricina) Zone 2/20m
A tall conifer that loses its needles in winter after a spectacular bright yellow fall show. Displays soft lime green summer foliage.










JAPANESE LARCH (Larix laricina 'Japanese') Zone 2/10m
A larch with long bushy needles and bright yellow fall foliage











WEEPING NOOTKA FALSE CYPRESS












DWARF GOLDEN FALSE CYPRESS (Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera 'Nana Aurea') Zone 3b/2.5m
An attractive mounding plant with pendulous spaghetti-like foliage with golden highlights.











Golden Charm False Cypress










Lawson False Cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana) Zone6/5m.
This plant has a cypress-like, densely conical form with erect feathery branches. A native of western North America, it is a very popular species since it is highly adaptable. Also known as the 'Port Orford Cedar'. It's form is densely pyramidal and it has soft graceful bluish-green foliage.  It is quite stately and elegant in appearance. Planting Requirements: moist, well-drained, neutral to slightly acidic soil, full sun.








Baby Blue False Cypress (Chamaecyparis pisifera) Zone4, Maximum Height 5ft.
Baby Blue is a very attractive false cypress with intense silvery blue foliage with a feathery appearance. Foliage has a slight purplish color in the winter months which makes this plant appealing year round. It has an upright, generally conical growth habit and maintains a nice shape with little or no trimming. Makes a great accent plant or can be grouped together in foregrounds. It has a relatively slow growth rate of 5" per year so it should preferably be planted in full sun. Planting Requirements: Full sun to partial shade.  Prefers moist, fertile, well drained, slightly acidic soils.





MIKKO FALSE CYPRESS (Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Mikko' aka 'Snow') Zone 4/1.5m
This plant has very similar growth habits as Baby Blue Chamaecyparis - but is more of a moderate grower. Feathery foliage is light bluish-green and is tipped in bright white. Has almost a "frosted" appearance. White tips are observed during the warmer seasons, eventually fading as temps cool in late fall.......and then disappearing altogether during the winter months. Great choice for a variety of uses - accents, group plantings, can even be planted close together (3-4 ft) and trimmed for use as a hedge/border. Although you may lose some of the brilliant white tipping on the ends if steadily trimmed. Does best in locations where there is a little shade during the hot afternoons - can sometimes get scorched in direct, hot sun. Height: 3-5 ft and spread: 4-6 ft. Growth Rate: Slow to moderate ( 4"-6" per year). Grows best in full sun to partial shade and average to fertile well drained soil.  Muching is recommended.








HOLLYWOOD JUNIPER (Juniperus chinensis 'Kaizuka') Zone 3
This evergreen conifer makes a striking specimen in the garden because of its upward twisting growth habit and its spreading, dense, irregular growth.  It has blue-green cones and a combination of juvenile and adult foliage. It also has scale-like vivid green leaves and produces many glaucous berries.











SKYROCKET JUNIPER












Moffat Blue Juniper











Eastern Red Cedar











White Cedar













Golden Japanese Cedar









Concolour Fir

BALSAM FIR (Abies balsamea) Zone 2/25m
Our native fir. Deep green flat needles and dense conical form. The consummate Christmas tree. A medium size conifer, Balsam fir usually grows up to 25 m tall and 70 cm in diameter with a 7 m crown spread. It develops a symmetrical, narrow conical crown with branches extending nearly to the ground. Their needles are flat, and rounded at the tip, and are arranged in pairs. They are dark green above and whitish below. The cones are erect, dark purple, barrel shaped and 4 – 10 cm long. The bark of the Balsam fir is smooth, pale grey with resin blisters on young trees later becoming roughened and reddish brown on mature trees. This tree can be used in landscaping as a specimen tree, however, it requires moist conditions to retain its needles. The wood of the Balsam fir is light, soft, weak, somewhat brittle. The wood glues readily, holds paint well but is considered below average for machining purposes and is not very decay resistant. Balsam fir is sold as construction lumber, used in particle board and plywood manufacture and large volumes of it are used for pulpwood production.

Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) Zone 3/20m
Douglas Fir is a fast growing, popular and versatile evergreen tree.  It has a natural tendency toward a symmetrical, pyramidal shape that will certainly lend an understated elegance to your landscape. The bluish-green needles occasionally take on a delightful yellowish-green hue, contributing to its ornamental appeal. 
Their native habitat is the slopes of the Rocky Mountains, so they are a particularly hardy tree that grows in a variety of soils. They are attractive in their natural form but can easily tolerate pruning and trimming to create a dense cone or a compact hedge. The Douglas Fir tree has no significant disease or pest issues. Douglas Fir is a fast-growing, hardy, evergreen tree that is versatile and relatively maintenace free.

Coniferous Trees:
White Spruce
Douglas Fir
Black Spruce
Norway Spruce
Colorado Blue Spruce
Neon Blue Spruce
Dwarf Alberta Spruce
Jack Pine
Red Pine
Eastern White Pine
Scots Pine
Austrian Pine
Degroot's Spire Cedar
Woodwardi Globe Cedar
Golden Globe Cedar
Green Giant Aborvitae
Emerald Cedar
Nigra Cedar
Coast Redwood
Dawn Redwood
Eastern Hemlock
Native Larch
Japanese Larch
Weeping Nootka False Cypress
Dwarf Golden False Cypress
Lawson False Cypress
Baby Blue False Cypress
Mikko False Cypress
Hollywood Juniper
Skyrocket Juniper
Moffat Blue Juniper
Eastern Red Cedar
White Cedar
Golden Japanese Cedar
Concolour Fir
Balsam Fir
Douglas Fir




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