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|sempervirens "Newport Blue"
|Newport Blue Boxwood
|This form of boxwood is known for being very dense and multi-stemmed. As the name suggests, it has ...
|Blue Giant Redwood
|This is not the tree for a small yard. It has a conical form with bluish-green needles. It can rea...
|Weeping Giant Redwood
|A true individualist, the sequoia's main trunk grows as an upright column. However, it can often ve...
|strobus "Hillside Gem"
|Hillside Gem Eastern White Pine
|Reach for the sky, that is what all the branches of this dwarf conifer do. It has twisted/ wiry, bl...
|Columnar Irish Yew
|A slow growing Yew known for its rich dark green color and bright red berries. Columnar form and dr...
|Spreading English Yew
|Repandens is a dwarf, slow growing yew that is one of the hardiest of all the yews. It had dark gre...
|Not your typical arborvitae. It has the typical columnar form of the arborvitae but a different col...
|occidentalis "Degroot's Spire"
|Degroot's Spire American Dwarf Arborvitae
|An underused, polite, medium green, naturally narrow dwarf arborvitae. It has attractive, dense, ruf...
|A cute little bun that is very hearty and slow growing. This is a deer and rabbit resistant plant t...
|occidentalis "Little Champion"
|Little Champion is a small, mounding shrub with dark green summer color that may bronze in winter. ...