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Fir – Balsam

Picture Not AvailableA small native tree with dark green needles that have a silver line on the underside. Dense, narrow, pyramidal shape. Prefers a cool, moist, sheltered site. Seed cones are 7.5 cm and violet in color.
Common NameBalsam FirBotanical NameAbies balsamea
Height10 mSpread7 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationPart Shade/ShadeGrowth Habit
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Pine – Columnar Scots

Pine – Columnar ScotsSlow growing columnar pine with uptight angled branches. Blue green, twisted needles and orangey red bark. Great accent plant.
Common NameColumnar Scots PineBotanical NamePinus sylvestris 'Fastigiata'
Height6 mSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourBlue Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitColumnar
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Pine – Eastern White

Picture Not AvailableModerately shade tolerant Pine.  Loose branching with wider spacing between branches when young.  Filling in as branches get longer and fuller.  As with most Pine trees, they prefer sandy moist well drained soil.
Common NameEastern White PineBotanical NamePinus strobus
Height10 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage Colourlight green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitPyramidal
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Pine – Lodgepole

Pine – LodgepoleNative to Alberta, this tree is a tall upright grower with slightly broader needles 6 to 8.5 cm long and large cones. Very low shade tolerance.
Common NameLodgepole PineBotanical NamePinus contorta latifolia
Height12 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourBlue-Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Pine – Ponderosa

Pine – PonderosaLarge pyramidal evergreen with long dark needles in bunches of three. Cinnamon brown bark stands out in the winter. Excellent choice for large landscapes.
Common NamePonderosa PineBotanical NamePinus ponderosa
Height15 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitPyramidal
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Pine – Scots

Pine – ScotsCharacteristic reddish, twisted bark with grey-green or blue-green needles. Upright branching and rounded open form.
Common NameScots PineBotanical NamePinus sylvestris
Height12 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGrey-Green or Blue-Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Pine – Swiss Stone

Pine – Swiss StoneDense conical shape with soft dark green needles. Slow growing attractive specimen evergreen.
Common NameSwiss Stone pineBotanical NamePinus cembra
Height10 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Spruce – Baby Blue

Spruce – Baby BlueSymmetrical growing broad pyramidal tree with horizontal branches. Bright blue sharp, stiff needles. A seedling of Colorado Blue Spruce and is fairly wind tolerant and grows in acidic soils. It dislikes shade and is intolerant of air pollutants.
Common NameBaby Blue SpruceBotanical NamePicea pungens 'Baby Blue'
Height13 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourIntense Blue Needles
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshine/Part ShadeGrowth HabitPyramidal
Special FeaturesDeer Resistant  

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Spruce – Columnar Blue

Spruce – Columnar BlueTight upright columnar form and intense steel blue color make this evergreen tree very highly sought after. Slow growing, making this a perfect sentinel accent tree. Snow can cause problems, so we recommend brushing heavy snow off the branches, or tying with sisal twine for the winter months.
Common NameColumnar Blue SpruceBotanical NamePicea pungens 'Fastigiata'
Height6 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourIntense Steel Blue
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitColumnar
Special FeaturesDeer Resistant  

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Spruce – White

Spruce – WhiteNative, rapid growing, narrow pyramidal shape. Short, soft needles are blunt and dark green. Attractive as an individual specimen or in mass planting.
Common NameWhite SpruceBotanical NamePicea glauca
Height15 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesDeer Resistant  

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Spruce – White Weeping

Spruce – White WeepingA very narrow, irregular habit with an upright leader and stiff, tightly downward weeping branches covered with soft, light grey-green needles. Does not require staking to grow straight.
Common NameWeeping White SpruceBotanical NamePicea glauca pendula
Height3 mSpread1 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourBlue-Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitWeeping
Special FeaturesDeer Resistant  

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Spruce Blue – Fat Albert

Picture Not AvailableStrong pyramidal growth habit and dense branching make this an ideal specimen evergreen. An introduction form Iseli Nurseries and named after the popular cartoon character Fat Albert.
Common NameFat Albert Blue SpruceBotanical NamePicea pungens
Height10 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourSteel Blue
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitPyramidal
Special FeaturesDeer Resistant  

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Spruce Colorado – Blue or Green

Spruce Colorado  – Blue or GreenSymmetrical growing broad pyramidal tree with horizontal branches. Sharp stiff needles. Dark green to silver-blue color. Colorado Blue Spruce is fairly wind tolerant and grows in acidic soils. It dislikes shade and is intolerant of air pollutants. Every 2 to 3 years this tree will produce a crop of long, soft cones.
Common NameColorado Spruce - Blue or GreenBotanical NamePicea pungens
Height15 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourDark Green to Silver Blue
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitPyramidal
Special FeaturesDeer Resistant  

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Spruce White – North Pole

Picture Not AvailableA new introduction, this columnar white spruce is a great narrow accent tree for the landscape.
Common NameNorth Pole White SpruceBotanical NamePicea glauca 'White Spruce'
Height10 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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