• Abies — Norway Spruce
    Very tall, dense and rapid growing tree. Horizontal branches with pendulous branchlets. Used well as windbreaks.
  • Abies ‘Cupressina’ — Columnar Norway Spruce
    Upright branching and tight pyramidal habit. Fast growing. Ideal for narrow spaces.
  • Abies ‘Nidiformis’ — Nest Spruce
    Small, dense, spreading shrub that develops a nest-like appearance. Low and broad growing. Slow growth habit.
  • Abies ‘Pendula’ — Weeping Norway Spruce
    Weeping form of Norway Spruce. Mature height and spread vary by specimen. Staking will encourage height.
  • Glauca — White Spruce
    Uniform, conical crown with branches that spread slightly downward. Very hardy and shapely tree with dark green foliage. Useful as a windbreak or a specimen.
  • Glauca var. ‘Albertiana/Conica’ — Dwarf Alberta Spruce
    A narrow, conical shaped tree with green needles that have a tight, densely-packed growth. Slow growing and hardy.
  • Omorika — Serbian Spruce
    Very narrow form with drooping branches. Dark green with new growth that is blue underneath with a white stripe. Slow growing.
  • Omorika ‘Nana’ — Dwarf Serbian Spruce
    Dwarf evergreen forms a densely globe-shaped/pyramidal mound. Short, glossy green needles have a bluish white tinge on underside.
  • Pungens — Colorado Spruce
    Strong, hardy grower. Grey-green to blue-green in color. A beautiful tree as a specimen or grouping.
  • Pungens ‘Baby Blue Eyes’ — Baby Blue Eyes
    Upright, semi-dwarf of sky-grey color. More blue in light shade.
  • Pungens ‘Fat Albert’ — Fat Albert Spruce
    Slow growing, dense, broad, upright pyramidal shape with steel-blue needles.
  • Pungens ‘Glauca’ — Colorado Blue Spruce
    Medium sized tree with blue tinted, grey-green needles. Nice specimen by water or in groups.
  • Pungens ‘Glauca Globosa’ — Globe Blue Spruce
    Dwarf rounded form of the blue spruce. Stiff, bristly needles hold silvery blue color well through all seasons. Wider than tall.
  • Pungens ‘Glauca Globosa’ Std — Globe Blue Spruce Std
    Dwarf spruce with steel-blue, prickly needles. Beautiful tiered branches that spread to sides.
  • Pungens ‘Glauca Pendula’ — Weeping Blue Spruce
    Blue needles on weeping branches. Can be staked for height or left to cascade.
  • Mugo var. Pumilio — Dwarf Mugho Pine
    Dwarf, compact, dense shrub that is slow growing and hardy. Prune candles to keep tight and maintain dense habit.
  • Nigra — Austrian Pine
    Fast growing and strong tree with dark green needles. Pyramidal tree when young becoming flat topped when mature. Withstands city conditions.
  • Resinosa — Red Pine
    Native pine, grows best in well drained soil in full sun. Bark is red tinged. Somewhat intolerant of urban pollution.
  • Strobus — Eastern White Pine
    Ontario’s majestic provincial tree. Rapid grower that forms an open, conical shape. Very soft, flexible, blue-green needles. Displays wind-swept character as it ages.
  • Strobus ‘Fastigiata’ — Pyramidal White Pine
    Rapid growing evergreen with a narrow, upright columnar habit. Bluish green needles and light brown cones. Prefers fertile soil.
  • Strobus ‘Nana’ — Dwarf White Pine
    Rounded, dwarf white pine. Dense branching and soft foliage.
  • Strobus ‘Pendula’ — Weeping White Pine
    Weeping form of the white pine. Tends to have an upright habit with a unique twist to its shape.

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