Green Mountian

Buxus Boxwood

Common Name: 'Green Mountain'
Vigorous growing boxwood when young. Dense upright form with bright green leaves that retain their color through winter. Natural cone-shaped form if left unsheared, excellent hedge. Evergreen. Full to partial sun. Moderate grower to 5 feet tall, 3 feet wide. Cutting grown.

Green Velvet

Buxus Boxwood

Common Name: 'Green Velvet'
The Boxwood 'Green Velvet, Buxus 'Green Velvet', also known as Boxwood, is a slow growing broadleaf evergreen that requires little care. With a plant height of 2-3' and a spread of 3', it does add color and texture to the landscape. Plant 'Green Velvet' in full shade to part sun, in a well-drained area. Boxwoods are tolerant of pruning and shearing, but avoid cultivating around this plant because they have very shallow roots. Remove dead and damaged branches annually to improve the air circulation.

Alberta Dwarf


Common Name: 'Alberta-Dwarf'
Extremely cold hardy blue evergreen for tight spaces. Reliable silvery blue color does not revert to green. Slow growth in tight conical form is nearly maintenance free. Ideal formal garden specimen, corner element or in pairs. Small scale is perfect for containers and city gardens. Evergreen. Full sun. Slow growth 5 to 7 feet tall, 18 inches to 2 feet wide.

Black Hills


Common Name: 'Black Hills'
Desirable, dense symmetrical cone shape to this evergreen conifer. Bright-green needles mature to an interesting blue-green. Great landscape accent, useful as windbreak or screening. Full sun. Slow grower to 20 to 25 feet tall, 10 to 12 feet wide, can be larger with time.

Colorado Blue


Common Name: 'Colorado Blue'
DThis very popular evergreen conifer has a symmetrical, pyramidal form. A handsome tree with rigid tiered branches densely covered with stiff gray-blue needles. Use for accent, windbreak or tall screen. Full sun. Moderate grower to 40 to 60 feet high, 10 to 20 feet wide.

Mugo Dwarf


Common Name: 'Mugo Dwarf'
Popular dwarf conifer displaying dark green needles on its shrubby habit of broadly spreading branches. Useful for rock gardens, mass plantings, and in groupings with broadleaf plants. Also makes a great container plant. Full sun. A slow grower to 3 to 5 feet tall, spreads to 6 to 10 feet.



Common Name: 'Norway'
This evergreen tree has dark green needles on dense branches. Its pyramidal form has a graceful appearance because of pendulous branchlets. Use for tall screen or windbreak. Full sun. Fast-growing to 70 to 80 ft high, 35 to 45 feet wide. Larger with age.

Brown's Yew


Common Name: 'Brown's Yew'
Dense, rounded shape perfect for hedges or foundation plantings. Dark lustrous green foliage is displayed all year. Slow growth requires little maintenance. Evergreen. Full to partial sun. To 6 to 8 feet tall, 8 to 10 feet wide.

Cuspidata Capitata


Common Name: 'Cuspidata "Capitata"'
The ideal low maintenance choice for large scale ground cover and embankment plantings or low hedges. Retains dark green foliage color in the coldest of winters. Red berries in winter. Evergreen. Full to partial sun. Moderate to slow growing, flat-topped form to 30 inches high, 8 to 10 feet wide.



Common Name: 'Dense'
Dense, low, spreading shrub is an excellent basic foundation planting for hedge, screen or border. Dark green foliage backs scarlet berries. Versatile and durable, tolerates shearing well. Evergreen. Full sun. Slow grower to 3 to 4 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide.

Nigra-Dark Green America


Common Name: 'Nigra - Dark Green America'
Narrow, pyramidal evergreen displaying dense dark emerald green foliage. Holds its foliage color throughout winter. Excellent hedge or screening plant. Full sun. Moderate growing to 20 to 25 feet tall, 5 to 7 feet wide. Cutting grown.

Green Giant


Common Name: 'Green Giant'
One of the finest evergreens for screening and specimen use, this uniformly conical tree performs well in a variety of settings. Virtually disease-free and strong-rooted, it responds well to shearing. Durable accent or specimen tree. Evergreen. Deer resistant. Grows quickly to 25 to 30 feet tall and 10 to 12 feet wide.

Hetz Midget


Common Name: 'Hetz Midget'
Small evergreen shrub has dense, globe shaped growth habit. Rich green needles are arranged in flat layered sprays. Its low, compact form make this a popular accent plant for mixed borders or containers. Very adaptable, tough, durable plant. Evergreen shrub. Full to partial sun. Grows slowly to 3 to 4 feet tall and as wide...



Common Name: 'Holmstrup'
Neat, formal appearance to densely branched narrow conical evergreen shrub. Effective landscape accent, windbreak or screen. Its rich green foliage covered form can create handsome framework for doorways or garden entries. Full sun. Slower grower to 5 to 7 feet tall, 2 to 3 feet wide, larger with age. Cutting grown...



Common Name: 'Techny'
A broadly based pyramidal form having dense foliage that maintains its handsome dark green coloring all year. Excellent for medium to tall hedges or screens. Evergreen. Full to partial sun. Slow growing to 12 to 15 feet tall, 6 to 8 feet wide.



Common Name: 'Canadian'
Popular evergreen tree having a graceful appearing densely branched pyramidal form. Excellent when used for screening, groupings and accents. Trim into a lovely hedge that thrives under most conditions. Full to partial sun. Moderate-growing to 40 feet tall, 25 feet wide. Larger with age.


Upright Junipers

Common Name: 'Skyrocket'
Stately, columnar form makes this probably the narrowest juniper available; resembles a skyrocket! Durable and versatile, best grouped to form a colorful bluish-gray screen or garden accent. Full sun. Fast grower to 15 to 20 feet tall, 2 to 3 feet wide. Cutting grown.

Witchita Blue

Upright Junipers

Common Name: 'Witchita Blue'
A handsome, broadly pyramidal form makes this an excellent choice for screens, hedges, background plant, or lawn specimen. Silver-blue foliage retains brilliant color all year. Full sun. Moderate grower to 10 to 15 feet tall, 4 to 6 feet wide. Larger with age. Cutting grown and grafted.

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