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Balsam Fir
Abies balsamea

N. American native. Dark, rich green, flat needles and uniform pyramidal shape. Strongly scented. Young smooth, grey, resin-blistered bark matures to roughly-fissured texture. Most common evergreen used as Christmas tree and in fresh wreaths.

Sub-alpine Fir
Abies lasiocarpa

Large, aromatic, N. American native tree. Light blue-green flat needles with one white stripe on top and two beneath. Dark purple-blue erect cones near crown. Smooth grey bark with prominent resin blisters, becomes fissured with age. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil.

Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar
Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Pendula'

Unique conifer that has a mounding growth habit and cascading branches. Evergreen foliage is silver-blue in colour and gives this specimen tree year round interest. Drought tolerant once established and can be trained to grow upwards.

Weeping Alaskan Cedar
Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula'

Graceful, weeping, pyramidal form with grey-green draping foliage. Native selection tolerates alkaline soil but thrives in moist, neutral to slightly acidic, well-drained soil. Requires protection from drying winds. Used as a specimen in the landscape.

Sungold False Cypress
Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Sungold'

Golden, finely textured foliage on semi-weeping branches form mounding, slow-growing evergreen. Nice accent plant. Best golden colour in full sun. Requires well-drained soil and shelter from the wind. Tolerates drought once established. Low maintenance.

Leyland Cypress
Cupressocyparis leylandii

Low maintenance, fast growing pyramidal evergreen. Flat, green-grey sprays of lush, feathery foliage with brown cones and red bark. Used primarily for hedging, screens or border. Prune or shear regularly to maintain shape. Drought tolerant once established.

Blue Point Juniper
Juniperus ch. 'Blue Point'

Naturally pyramidal-to-teardrop form with dense, blue-green scale-like foliage. A dwarf upright juniper that requires little shearing. For use as hedge/screen or in formal garden. Tolerates well-drained acidic and alkali soils. Drought tolerant once established.

Mint Julep® Juniper
Juniperus ch. 'Monlep'

Pom-pom form with rich, mint-green foliage. Globe-shaped tufts at various heights, appear to float above the ground - this effect is enhanced with maturity. Unique specimen plant. Shear annually to maintain shape. Tolerates a variety of soil types and conditions.

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