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Calocedrus decurrens Cephalotaxus harringtonia Tsuga canadensis 'Geneva', Hemlock
Calocedrus decurrens
Our Price: $12.00
Cephalotaxus harringtonia
Our Price: $20.00
Evergreen conifer
Upright branching that is narrow-columnar
Very A

Common Name: incense cedar,
Type: Needled evergreen
Family: Cupressaceae
Zone: 5 to 8
Height: 30.00 to 50.00 feet
Spread: 8.00 to 10.00 feet
Bloom Description: Non-flowering
Sun: Full sun to part shade
Water: Medium
Maintenance: Low
Suggested Use: Hedge
Leaf: Fragrant, Evergreen
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(zone 6-9)- This is a tough, stress-resistant conifer that can be grown in full sun to dense shade. The growing habit is low and prostrate. Great plant for low foundations, edge of the border or to fall over a wall. Very easy to grow! [2'T x4'W]
(zone 4-8)-  This is an upright, open shrub with thick, ascending main branches and dark green foliage. This was named for the tree at Trinity Church Home, Geneva, New York. This is a moderate grower good for hedges.
[30'T X 25'W]
Cryptomeria japonica 'Champagne' Taxodium distichum 'Peve Minaret' Thujopsis dolobrata 'Jurassic Park'
(zone 6-9)- 'Champagne' a variegated sport of 'Nana Albospica' which grows quite a bit faster. Our ten year old plant is about 6 feet tall. Partial shade is best so it doesn't burn but still turns white.
(zone 6-10)- These are seedling Bald Cypress trees. Rapid growers, especially in wet soils, this southeastern US native is a wonderful deciduous conifer. In autumn the needles turn golden yellow before dropping. When plantded in standing water, "cypress knees" will develop to help fix nitrogen. However, Taxodiums are well suited for drier, well drained soil, where they will grow happily in sun to shade, and provide a lovely mulch for winter active bulbs to grow through. [50'T X 30'W]

Price is for a plant in a 3 quart pot.
'Jurassic Park' is a selection of Hiba arborvitae with especially thick and enlarged leaf scales which give it a primitive look. We obtained cuttings from the Unique Plant here in Chapel Hill where their plant grows in full sun. 'Jurassic Park' is a much better grower and more tolerant of less than ideal sites compared with other Thujopsis. Normally I would place Thujopsis in a partially shaded location and sometimes establishing the plant is still difficult.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Golden Promise' Cunninghemia lanceolata var unicanaliculata Cedrus deodara 'Eisregen', Hardy Deodar Cedar
(zone 6-9)-  'Golden Promise' appears to be similar to 'Vilmoriniana' with a frosting of cream on the branch tips.   This develops into a bun shape with tight stiff branches, and has a slow growing habit.  We have noted that in the nursery it seems to appreciate extra water and afternoon shade, as the bright white tips will burn in too much exposure.  This is a very unique and interesting cultivar, well worth growing.  [2'T x 2'W] (zone 7-9)- This variety has longer and softer needles than the more common Cunninghamia lanceolata. The needles have the same textural presence of the commonly grown species, but lack the razor sharp points, making this a worthy garden addition. The glaucous foliage is especially nice during the summer as the long needles are a striking light blue. Sun to part shade and moist soil will result in best growth. The growth habit is moderate, reaching 20' tall in 10 years. [40'T X 30'W] (zone 6-9)-   Karl Fuchs collected seeds of this species in the mountains of Afghanistan and named several selections for extra cold hardiness. This one has very blue needles and pictures show an open growing tree with a narrow conical habit.  [50'T x 25'W]
Taxodium distichum 'Mr. Twister' Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Stoneham', Golden Hinoki Cypress Picea abies 'Tompa', Dwarf Norway Spruce
NEW Taxodium distichum ‘Mr. Twister’ (zone 5-10) – A semi-dwarf variety with beautiful light green foliage with
a soft texture. Grows best in moist to wet soils[10’T X 10’W] $30

(zone 5-9)- This is a very slow growing Hinoki Cypress. The dense, mounding habit makes it a great specimen for trough or container gardens. Prefers full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained soil. [1'T x 1'W]

Price is for a 4 quart plant.

(zone 3-7)- This is a globose dwarf with good dark green needle color. This originated at Barabit's Nursery in Hungary. Hardy to USDA Zone 3 [4'T X 4'W]
Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
Thujopsis dolobrata "Tom's Best Variegated" Tsuga canadensis 'Humphrey Welch', Minature Hemlock Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Fastigiata', plum yew

(zone 5-9)- These rooted cuttings from the Cox Arboretum in Canton, GA are heavily variegated cream/ white. So much so that we recommend growing in almost full shade to ensure the foliage does not burn! It is extremely showy and quantities are very limited. This selection is far more variegated than what is sold as 'Variegata'. Some what slower growing compared to the traditional forms though will grow into a nice tree in time. [15'T x 10'W]

Price is for a plant in a 3 quart pot.

(zone 4-8)- A cute dwarf conifer perfect for a trough or rock garden. This has tiny leaves and grows very slowly. [4'T X 4'W]
Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
(zone 6-9)- Plum yews are wonderful yew look-alikes that are, among other things, highly deer resistant and very heat tolerant. This form is broadly upright, perhaps 4'-6' tall in ten years with a mature height of 10' or more, 2/3's of that in width. Did I mention these plants are very heat tolerant? Another bonus, it grows well in full sun to dense shade, making it a must have for most gardeners! [10'T x 6'W]
Picea orientalis 'Skylands' Cedrus deodara 'Feelin Blue' Cedrus deodara 'Electra', Blue Deodar Cedar
(zone 4-7)-  One of the most attractive conifers available!  The exterior needles are bright yellow in full sun or yellow-green in part shade, which contrast well against the interior needles of green.  The foliage may burn in full sun locations in hot summer climates, so we recommend morning exposure and well-drained soil for best performance.  Generally it prefers cooler, less humid climates, but requires some protection from cold winter winds in the north.  In spring, attractive red pollen cones provide interesting and showy contrast with the yellow foliage.  Grafts [35’T x 15’W] (zone 6a-8b)-  A dense, pyramidal, slow growing conifer perfect for the sunny rock garden.  The habit is compact and upright.   Brilliant blue needles add color and texture.  This is a wonderful specimen for small gardens, containers, or bonsai.  [10’T X 6’W]
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Stoneham', Golden Hinoki Cypress Cedrus deodara 'Feelin' Blue', Deodar Cedar Abies firma, Japanese Fir
Abies firma, Japanese Fir
Our Price: $60.00

(zone 5-9)- This is a very slow growing Hinoki Cypress. The dense, mounding habit makes it a great specimen for trough or container gardens. Prefers full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained soil. [1'T x 1'W]

Price is for a 6 quart plant.

(zone 7)-  A unique dwarf spreading evergreen with bluish-green needles. The lowest of the dwarf forms that rarely develops a leader. A wonderful specimen for smaller spaces, rock gardens and containers.  The needles are powder blue colored, and grow in dense bunches along the branches.  Full sun to part shade and well-drained soil will result in best growth.  Generally the deer stay away from Cedrus, though we do not refer to any plant as "deer proof".  [8'T X 8'W] (zone 5-9)-  This is a very heat tolerant fir that I have seen growing in southern Alabama quite happily.   The foliage is a wonderful dark green and the tree is quite fast-growing.   This can be used as understock for other fir species which allows some other species to be grown successfully in the South.   A must have for southern conifer collectors.  

[100'T x 30'W]