Know Your Tree

Blue Spruce
Blue spruce trees are a highly popular type of tree here in North America. They are known for their great adaption qualities which make them able to survive just about anywhere. Read More...
Norway Spruce
The Norway Spruce tree, Picea Abies, is a fast growing tree that can grow to 150 ft. Norway Spruce trees, placed on a good site, should reach 5 ft. in 6 to 7 years starting with a 2-yr. seedling. Read More...

Maple
Every spring in the far Northeast, the trunks of these very handsome deciduous trees are tapped for their sap, which is boiled down to make the maple syrup you put on your pancakes. Read More...

Scotch Pine
The Scotch Pine tree, Pinus Sylvestris, is a conifer that is a native of Europe and is widely used as a Christmas Tree. It is a fast growing, irregularly shaped tree. Read More...

Balsam Fir
Balsam Fir is a small to medium-size evergreen tree typically 14–20 metres (46–66 ft) tall, rarely to 27 metres (89 ft) tall, with a narrow conic crown. Read More...

Douglas Fir
The Douglas Fir tree, Pseudotsuga menziessi glauca, is a splendid pyramidal evergreen. It has many common names such as, Interior fir, Rocky Mountain, Douglas-fir, Douglas, yellow or red spruce, Oregon pine,and Douglastree. Read More...

Concolor Fir
The leaves are needle-like, flattened, 2.5-6 cm long and 2 mm wide by 0.5-1 mm thick, green to glaucous blue-green above, and with two glaucous blue-white bands of stomatal bloom below, and slightly notched to bluntly pointed at the tip. Read More...

Fraser Fir
Fraser Fir is a mid-size coniferous tree found at the highest elevations of the southern Appalachian mountains. Like other firs, it has flat evergreen needles, up-pointing cones, and a narrow pyramidal form. Read More...

White Spruce
The white spruce is a large evergreen tree which grows normally to 15 to 30 m (49.2 to 98.4 ft) tall, but can grow up to 40 metres (131.2 ft) tall with a trunk diameter of up to 1 metres (3.3 ft). Read More...

White Pine
The Eastern White Pine, Pinus Strobus, is a beautiful landscape pine widely used throughout much of North America. This evergreen conifer tree is a truly magnificent tree attaining a height of 80 feet at maturity with a diameter of two to three feet. Read More...

Alberta Spruce
The Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Picea glauca 'Conica', is a miniature Spruce with bright green foliage that is densely branched, slow growing and retains a perfect conical shape without trimming. Read More...

Mugo Pine
The Mugo Pine tree, Pinus mugo mughus, may also be called the dwarf mountain pine. This evergreen little dwarf conifer has branching, upright stems evenly covered in 2-inch-long needles of a deep, dark true green. Read More...

Ornamental Grass
Along with true grasses (Poaceae), several other families of grass-like plants are typically marketed as ornamental grasses.
These include the sedges (Cyperaceae), rushes (Juncaceae) Read More...


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