CONIFERS

Note: All B&B items can be containerized for the following additional charge. 7-8’ 6-7’ 5'-6' 4'-5' 3'-4' 30"-36" 24"-30" 24.00 21.50 18.30 11.70 8.75 8.00 7.15 18-24” 5.50 15-18” 5.50

A B I E S (Fir)

concolor (White Fir)

A beautiful fir native to the mountains of the west. The seedling grown variety varies in color from light gray green to bright silvery-blue with needles curving upward. Very symmetrical in form. B&B CONTAINER 5-6’ 4-5’ 3-4’ 30-36” 5-6’ 4-5’ 3-4’ 30-36” 109.90 78.75 63.65 48.65 128.20 90.45 72.40 56.65

Zone 4

HxS 80’x20’

concolor ‘Candicans’ (Candicans White Fir)

A strikingly beautiful tree with 2” long silvery-white needles. This tree will be a showpiece in any landscape. Develops into a nice specimen with uniform branching and a pyramidal habit. B&B CONTAINER 4-5’ 3-4’ 30-36” 4-5’ 3-4’ 30-36” 86.75 71.75 55.55 98.45 80.50 63.55

Zone 4

HxS 50’x20’

CONIFERS

Fraseri (Fraser Fir)

Beautiful pyramidal shaped evergreen tree with shiny, dark green needles. Very popular for use as a Christmas tree. Crown develops into a narrow spiral like appearance. BB 5’ 4’ 3’ 104.90 75.15 47.80

Zone 4

HxS 40’x25’

CE D R U S (Ced ar)
atlantica ‘Glauca’ (Blue Atlas Cedar)
Tufts of frosty blue needles about 1” long on rigid upright curving branches make this an excellent accent plant in any season. Small upright cones develop near the branch ends in autumn. This tree can be a very imposing specimen, so give it room to grow. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINERIZED B&B 8-10’ 7-8’ 6-7’ 5-6’ 4-5’ 7-8’ #20 6-7’ #15 5-6’ #10 4-5’ #7 #5 147.00 104.35 85.05 70.30 58.95 128.35 106.55 88.60 70.65 34.50

Zone 6

HxS 60’x40’

atlantica ‘Glauca Pendula’ (Weeping Blue Atlas) Serpentine

A grafted form of Blue Atlas Cedar with frosty blue needles on long, spreading branches and pendulous branchlets that can be trained in a number of forms, including espalier, that allow the branchlets to cascade in a variety of interesting forms. A real eye-catcher. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINERIZED B&B 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 6’ #25 5’ #20 4’ #15 3’ #10 #5 147.65 113.90 82.90 68.05 51.25 135.40 101.20 79.75 60.00 34.50 Serpentine or Fish Hook form available. Specify when ordering.

Zone 6

20’ x Prune to shape

deodara (Deodara Cedar)

A seedling grown variety with somewhat drooping branches and silvery-gray needles. Rapid juvenile growth develops into a pyramid shaped mature tree with long spreading branches. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINERIZED B&B 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 89.25 71.40 57.75 47.25 33.60 113.25 92.90 60.65 58.95 42.35

Zone 7

HxS 40’x25’

Evergreen tree with an open pyramidal branching structure that is characterized by golden yellow new growth. The golden color compliments the graceful arching green branches and helps make this a popular variety as a specimen in any landscape. B&B CONTAINERIZED B&B 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 139.95 102.35 77.35 58.20 43.35 95.65 69.90 52.10

deodora ‘Aurea’ Golden Deodora Cedar

Zone 7

HxS 30’x15’

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deodara ‘Electric Blue’

Slow growing blue conifer that is perfect for a small garden. Has bright blue needles and a narrow upright form. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINERIZED B&B 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 139.95 102.35 77.35 58.20 43.35 163.95 123.85 95.65 69.90 52.10

Zone 7

HxS 20’x30’

deodara Libani ‘Lebanon Cedar’

Beautiful evergreen tree that begins with a pyramidal habit. Dense horizontally spreading branches with dark green to almost black needles with silver blue stripes. Large upright purple-brown cones adorn this picturesque tree. B&B 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 104.35 85.05 70.30 58.95

Zone 5

HxS 60’x40’

CHA M A E CYPA R I S (Fals e Cypres s )

nootkatensis ‘Glauca Pendula’ (Weeping Blue Alaska Cedar)

CONIFERS

This beauty, grafted onto a Thuja understock, produces rapid growth and a dense, lustrous, deep blue-green foliage that weeps from long pendulous branches. Easy to grow and adaptable to a wide variety of growing conditions. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINERIZED B&B 8’ 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 8’ 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 148.30 115.35 82.50 75.70 66.55 172.30 139.35 104.00 94.00 78.25

Zone 5

HxS 40’x10’

obtusa (Hinoki Cypress) Compact Form

An excellent accent plant with dark green foliage and an pyramidal spreading form. We graft the parent material onto Thuja understock for ease of transplanting and a better developed root system. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 30-36” 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” #1 90.20 66.25 44.50 37.65 108.50 77.95 53.25 45.65 10.20

Zone 5

HxS 15’x6’

obtusa ‘Nana Gracilis’ (Dwarf Hinoki Cypress)

This is without a doubt the most commonly planted of the many varieties of Dwarf Hinoki Cypress. An incredibly beautiful specimen with small, deep green cupped foliage that forms a dense crown with many branchlets. An ideal choice to accent any Japanese garden or rock garden. Container plants are grown from rooted cuttings. B&B are grafted to a Thuja standard. B&B CONTAINER 24-30” 18-24” 15-18” on Standard 24” 18” 15” 57.90 45.70 37.75 52.00 65.05 51.20 43.25

Zone 5

HxS 6’x2’

obtusa ‘Verdoni’ (Verdoni Hinoki Cypress)

Deep green foliage lies beneath a golden yellow foliage which does not burn in full sun. Has a distinct pear-shaped appearance and grows approximately 4-6" a year. A striking addition to your landscape. B&B CONTAINER CONTAINER 3-4’ 30-36” 24-30” 18-24” #5 on Std. 12-15" 3-4’ 30-36” 24-30” 18-24” 74.05 66.00 57.75 45.70 52.00 82.80 74.00 64.90 51.20

Zone 5

HxS 6’x2’

pisifera ‘Boulevard’ (Boulevard Cypress)

Feathery soft-textured plumes of silvery-blue foliage cover the dense cone shaped crown. A great plant for contrast of texture and color with your other evergreens. This plant is well suited to growing in its natural form, or for heavy pruning into pom-pom forms. CONTAINER POM POM & SPIRAL #5 #1 #20 #15 #10 #7 #5 SUPER SPECIMEN BOX 18" BOX 24.30 5.05 180.00 135.00 110.00 85.00 59.00 606.75 240.00

Zone 4

HxS 8’x4’

pisifera ‘Filifera Aurea Nana’ (Gold Threadbranch) pisifera ‘Filifera Aurea’ (Gold Mops)

Weeping, thread-like branches form a compact mound of gold colored foliage on this dwarf variety. Good yellow color. East Coast strain. Globe shaped dwarf form with sunny yellow threadlike foliage make this a great accent for your landscape. Best color when planted in full sun.

Zone 5 Zone 5

HxS 4’x3’ HxS 6’x8’

pisifera ‘Filifera Sungold’ (Sungold Threadbranch)

A dwarf form with gold tipped, thread -like branches that does well in full sun. This plant has a good yellow color and does not burn. CONTAINER #5 15-18" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 19.95 12.70 5.75

Zone 5

HxS 3’x3’

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JU NI PE R U S (Juniper)

The Junipers offer a wide variety of plants that include innumerable sizes, shapes and colors. Most members of the Genus are hardy and adapt to a variety of planting sites and soil conditions, but poorly drained sites should be avoided. Growth is usually best in full sun. For descriptive purposes in this catalog, the Junipers are itemized in three categories: SHRUBS, GROUND COVERS, AND UPRIGHT FORMS. A fourth category, CULTURED JUNIPERS, is also included. All Junipers are container grown, unless otherwise indicated.

SHRUBS chinensis ‘Old Gold’ (Old Gold Juniper)
An upright spreading juniper with a flattened top. Good gold color.

Zone 4 Zone 4 Zone 4 Zone 4

HxS 4’x4’ HxS 3’x8’ HxS 6’x10’ HxS 3’x6’

chinensis ‘Pfitzeriana Aurea’ (Gold Pfitzer)
Arching branches with silvery-blue foliage.

A fast growing, upright spreader with gray green foliage tipped with gold.

chinensis ‘Pfitzeriana Glauca’ (Blue Pfitzer) chinensis ‘Sea Green’
Vase shaped plant with graceful arching branches and bright green foliage. CONTAINER #5 15-18" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 14.95 9.80 4.75

squamata ‘Blue Star’

CONIFERS

A densely growing mound of steel-blue foliage that retains its color year-round. Branch ends appear as little star bursts. An attractive center piece for any landscape. CONTAINER HIGH GRAFT #5 12-15" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" #7 18-24” #5 15-18” 18.25 11.10 5.25 65.00 48.00

Zone 4

HxS 2’x3’

squamata ‘Holger’

Long stiffly upright branches tipped with lemon yellow new growth from early spring to mid summer. Annual growth matures to a steel-blue similar to the other squamatas. Very showy. CONTAINER #5 12-15" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 18.25 11.10 5.05

Zone 4

HxS 4’X4’

‘Daubs Frosted’

Soft textured juniper that does wonderful in the sun. New growth is yellow which matures into a soft blue to green color. CONTAINER #5 12-15" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 18.25 11.10 5.05

Zone 4

HxS 3’x6’

GROUND COVERS horizontalis ‘Bar Harbor’ horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’
Zone 3 HxS 12”x8-10’ Zone 3 Zone 3 Zone 3 Zone 3 Zone 4 HxS 10”x8-10’ HxS 15”x6’ HxS 2’x4’
Fast growing , soft, blue-gray foliage forms a ground hugging mat in the summertime. Winter color is silvery-plum. A prostrate Juniper that grows slowly and maintains its silver-blue color year round. Blue color intensifies in Winter.

horizontalis ‘Youngstown’ (Andorra) horizontalis ‘Starburst’

A densly-branched, compact Juniper with a low spreading habit. Gray-green foliage in summer, plum colored in winter.

A prostrate, low-growing Juniper that forms a dense mat of medium green foliage radiating from a central stem. Silvery winter color.

horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’ (Blue Rug) sabina ‘Calgary Carpet’

This prostrate form spreads out almost flat on the ground. Good silver-blue color that holds throughout the winter. Low growing attractive ground cover with soft green spreading foliage.

HxS 6”x6-8’

HxS 12”x8-10’

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squamata ‘Blue Carpet’

Low growing, wide spreading form with deep blue-gray foliage on arching branches. Intense winter color. CONTAINER #5 12-15" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 14.95 10.00 4.75

Zone 4

HxS 2’x10’

UPRIGHT FORMS chinensis ‘Blue Point’
An upright evergreen with a broad pyramidal habit and attractive blue-green foliage.

Zone 3 Zone 3

HxS 10’x 4’ HxS 12’x3’ HxS 15’x2’ HxS 15’x5’ HxS 15’x2’

scopulorum ‘Moonglow’ scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’

A densly branched symmetrical column with intense silvery-blue foliage. Color darkens during winter months.

Similar in growth characteristics to ‘Moonglow, except that ‘Skyrocket is more blue-green in color, and develops a narrower column.

Zone 3 Zone 3 Zone 4

scopulorum ‘Wichita Blue’
CONIFERS

Dense pyramidal upright form with brilliant bright blue foliage that holds its color year-around

virginina ‘Blue Arrow’

Upright evergreen with light blue-green foliage in a very narrow columnar form. Perfect in areas where space is limited. B&B CONTAINERIZED B&B CONTAINER 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 6' 5' 4' 3' #5 18-24" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 55.85 40.55 31.50 27.50 77.35 58.85 43.20 36.25 25.10 12.25 5.75

CULTURED JUNIPER FORMS Pom Pom
Tufts of Pom Pom seemingly floating on bare branches make these plants a unique accent piece in the landscape. Available only in the following varieties and sizes: Blue Pfitzer, Gold Pfitzer, and Sea Green. #5 51.55

Spirals chinensis ‘Blue Point’
An upright evergreen with a broad pyramidal habit and attractive blue-green foliage. Tightly sheared into an attractive spiral.

Zone 3 Zone 3 Zone 3 Zone 3

HxS 10’x 4’ HxS 12’x3’ HxS 15’x2’ HxS 15’x5’

scopulorum ‘Moonglow’ scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’

A densly branched symmetrical column with intense silvery-blue foliage. Color darkens during winter months.

Similar in growth characteristics to ‘Moonglow, except that ‘Skyrocket is more blue-green in color, and develops a narrower column.

scopulorum ‘Wichita Blue’

Dense pyramidal upright form with brilliant bright blue foliage that holds its color year-around CONTAINER #20 5-6' #15 4-5' #10 3-4’ #7 30-36" #5 24-30" 18” Cedar Planter Box 120.00 104.90 94.95 71.80 60.75 149.00

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L A R I X (L arc h )
decidua ‘Pendula’ (Weeping European Larch)
A deciduous conifer with tufts of soft green foliage in the Summer and brilliant golden Fall coloration. The long pendulous branches droop down to form a dense weeping specimen. Best when staked to form, but it can be left to develop into a matted pile. Excellent container plant. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINER SERPENTINE BB 6’ 5’ 4’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 4' 3' 99.35 83.05 70.55 120.85 101.35 82.25 83.05 62.80

Zone 2

HxS 8’x12’

M E TA S E Q U O I A
glyptostroboides ‘Gold Rush’
Fast growing pyramidal shaped tree with golden needles. Needles turn an orange brown color and then drop during fall. New spring needles emerge as light green and will not burn in summer sun. Stunning addition to your landscape! CONTAINER #10 3-4' #5 30-36" 99.90 68.35

Zone 4

HxS 50’x20’

M I CR O B I O TA
decussata Russian Cypress on Standard
Vigorous growing evergreen with bright green spreading branches, changing to coppery-brown in colder climates. Very cold hardy. CONTAINER #5 on Standard 12-15" 47.35

CONIFERS

Zone 3

HxS 18”x6’

PI CE A (S pruc e)
abies ‘Cuppresini’ Fastigiate Norway Spruce
Columnar spruce with foliage that is a darker green than Norway Spruce. Perfect for use as a screen or where vertical accents are desired. Withstands snow loads better than other columnar varieties. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 100.65 81.35 75.80 118.95 93.05 84.55

Zone 4

HxS 50’x15’

abies (Norway Spruce)

Young trees have stiff horizontal branching, while older specimens can become quite tall and are readily identified by their dark yellowgreen foliage that is usually drooping. A good specimen tree for the landscape, but give it room to grow. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 4' 3' 86.50 54.70 40.95 30.80 66.40 49.70

Zone 3

HxS 90’x40’

abies ‘Nidiformis’ (Nest Spruce)

A low spreading dwarf that develops many short horizontal branches and forms a dense flat-topped shrub. New growth in the Spring is soft and light colored followed by a darker green color for the remainder of the year. Makes an excellent accent plant. CONTAINER #5 15-18" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 17.20 10.50 4.75

Zone 3

HxS 3’x5’

abies ‘Pendula’ (Weeping Norway Spruce)

A superb specimen plant whose form and size depends largely on the staking and training done at a young age. If left unstaked it will form a prostrate mound on the ground; staked, it will grow quite rapidly and produce long pendulous branches and form a full skirt. Good deep green color. Makes a superb accent plant. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 24” 5' 4' 3' 30" 82.20 66.10 54.70 41.60 31.75 100.50 77.70 63.45 49.60 Fish Hook and Upright available. Specify when ordering.

Zone 3

HxS (See description)

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abies ‘Pumila Nigra’

Dwarf globe shaped spruce perfect for rock gardens or along borders. Pumila Nigra is similar to Pumila but has a darker green color and is slightly taller. Does well in full sun. CONTAINER #5 12-15" #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 18.25 12.05 6.15

Zone 3 HxS 4’x4’

glauca ‘Conica’ (Dwarf Alberta Spruce)

A slow growing, compact pyramid with soft green new foliage maturing to a darker gray green. A good choice for a container grown specimen, or for use in the rock garden. Extremely cold hardy. CONTAINER SPIRALS & TIERED Single Spiral Double Spiral # 20 #10 #7 #5 #2 #1 #20 #10 #5 #2 #1 Cedar Planter Cedar Planter Box 6’+ 54” 42-48” 30-36" 15-18" 12-15" 30-36" 15-18" 12-15" Box 5-6’ #20 #10 Octagon Shaped 105.00 79.50 53.35 26.05 12.15 5.80 198.65 132.45 63.00 26.25 12.35 193.90 215.20 143.45 310.00

Zone 2

HxS 7’x3’

glauca ‘Densata’ (Black Hills Spruce)

CONIFERS

Large tree that is very dense and has a conical growth habit. Often used as windbreaks or as an accent tree in a landscape setting. Very deep green color. B&B CONTAINER QTY 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 5' 4' 3' 30" 24" #5 #3 #2 #1 133.70 118.35 101.75 60.30 38.60 30.10 120.05 72.00 47.35 38.10 33.25 24.40 14.70 12.25 4.95

Zone 2

HxS 45’x25’

omorika ‘Nana’ (Dwarf Serbian Spruce) on Standard

A very popular slow-growing dwarf with a dense irregular branch habit and broadly conical form. Bands of white stomata line the underside of the yellowish-green needles. Grafted to a 30” standard. B&B CONTAINER 15-18” 12-15” 15-18” 12-15” 53.35 45.20 58.85 50.70

Zone 4

HxS 3’x3’

pungens (Colorado Green)

A very symmetrical and broadly conical tree with a horizontal branch structure. Our trees have been tightly sheared and form a dense limb structure covered with stiff, green needles. Seedling grown trees, so there is some color variation. Popular as a “live” Christmas tree. 4’, 5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket. B&B CONTAINER #3 #2 #1 #25 #20 #15 #10 #7 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 5' 4' 3' 30" 24" 15-18" 12-15" 8-10" 137.55 120.75 94.50 54.05 35.70 27.30 112.80 65.75 44.45 35.30 27.70 13.30 10.60 5.05

Zone 2

HxS 60’x20’

pungens ‘Glauca’ (Colorado Blue)

A blue needle form of Colorado Spruce grown from a selected seed source known for its gray blue color. Probably the best known of all the spruces. Its broadly conical crown typically extends all the way to the ground on open-grown trees. Highly prized as an ornamental. 4’, 5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket. B&B CONTAINER 7’ 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 5' #25 4' #20 3' #15 30" #10 24" #7 #5 #3 #2 #1 136.60 121.00 103.95 61.65 40.00 32.00 122.25 73.35 49.15 41.15 31.65 23.20 14.00 11.65 5.50

Zone 2

HxS 60’x20’

PI CE A PU NGE NS GR A FT E D CU LT I VA R S
p ‘Bacheri’ (Bacheri Spruce)
A broadly conical spruce with excellent blue color and long, dark blue needles. Best known for its rapid, symmetrical growth. 4’, 5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 24” 4' #20 3' #15 30" #10 138.30 80.00 58.00 48.45 39.35 91.70 66.75 56.45

Zone 3

HxS 12’x6’

p ‘Fastigiata’ (Columnar Blue Spruce)

A densely formed columnar crown with great blue color make this tree a showpiece for the small landscape or to fill in a tight corner. B&B CONTAINER 4’ 3’ 30” 24” 4’ #20 3’ #15 30” #10 80.00 60.95 50.90 41.40 91.70 69.70 58.90

Zone 3

HxS 40’x10’

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p ‘The Blues’

A naturally weeping conifer, with intense powder blue foliage. Outstanding accent tree for your landscape or garden. B&B CONTAINER 3’ 30” 3’ 30” 75.00 62.00 83.75 70.00

Zone 3

HxS 6’x4’

p ‘Fat Albert’

Pyramidal form with a spread at the base that is nearly equal to the height of the tree. The crown is made up of dense branches that are ascending at the tips, and it has good blue color. Maintains its fullness without pruning. 5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 24” 5’ 4' 3' 30" 24" 138.30 80.00 61.40 48.90 39.65 156.60 91.70 70.15 56.90 46.80

Zone 3

HxS 15’x10’

p ‘Globosa’ (Dwarf Globe Spruce)
High Graft 10” 12” 25.00 28.00 CONTAINER #2 #3 28.00 31.00 B&B 15” 38.00 #5 43.00 18” 48.00 #7 55.00 24” 59.00 #10 68.00

Blue-green foliage forms a dense flat-topped globe that is approximately as wide as it is tall. Holds it’s color well all year. Makes a great accent plant for a small space. 30” 70.00 #15 81.00 Low Graft 10” 12” 22.00 25.00 #2 #3 25.00 28.00 15” 33.00 #5 38.00 18” 43.00 #7 50.00 24” 53.00 #10 62.00 30” 60.00 #15 70.00

Zone 3

HxS 3’x3’

CONIFERS

p ‘Hoopsii’

Hoopsii has been described as “the bluest of the blues”. Its bright silvery-blue foliage makes this tree a real showpiece in any landscape. A rapidly growing pyramidal form with stiff horizontal branches. It can develop into a rather large specimen, so give it room to grow. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 24” 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 24” 138.30 80.00 60.95 50.90 41.40 156.60 91.70 69.70 58.90 48.55

Zone 3

HxS 40’x15’

PI NU S (Pine)
aristata (Bristlecone Pine)
An attractive and sturdy upright growing pine with horizontal branching and an extremely slow growth rate. The dark green needles are in bundles of 5, and are covered with white resin drops which add to the unique character of this tree. Normally develops into an irregular, and somewhat distorted tree. Grown from seed. B&B CONTAINER 30-36” 24-30” 18-24” 15-18” 3' 30" 24" 18" 70.40 52.50 40.20 30.75 100.65 78.40 59.65 45.70

Zone 4

HxS 15’x5’

densiflora ‘Umbraculifera’ (Tanyosho Pine)
CONTAINER Note: On Standard or Low Graft. #15/30-36” #10/24-30” #10/18-24” #5/15-18” 55.70 49.75 42.00 28.50

A slow growing multi-stemmed, flat umbrella form of Japanese Red Pine, top grafted to a standard. Attractive bright green foliage. Prune to maintain desired size.

Zone 4

HxS 12’x12’

flexilis ‘Vanderwolf’s Pyramid’

A fast growing grafted cultivar of Limber Pine that is columnar in form and has soft attractive blue-green needles arranged in bundles of 5’s. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” #5 105.45 71.50 57.65 42.00 123.75 83.20 66.40 50.00 36.25

Zone 4

HxS 25’x10’

heldreichii var. leucodermis (Bosnian Pine)
BB 5' BB 4' BB 126.50 89.50 3' BB 65.00 30" BB 50.50 CONTAINER 4’ 3’ 30” 111.70 81.60 63.70

Slow growing pine that has a pyramidal shape and is densely branched. Cones are purple when young and mature to brown. Excellent specimen tree for your landscape.

Zone 6

HxS 40’x12’

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mugo (Tyrolean)

A low growing prostrate shrub with many twisted upright stems. Because it is seedling grown there are many variations in needle length and color. All of ours are heavily sheared into rounded “pin cushions”. Easy to plant and maintain, and they will grow almost anywhere. Excellent container plant. CONTAINER #10/30-36” #7/24-30” #7/18-24” #5/15-18” #2 #1 44.15 31.50 23.00 17.70 10.40 5.20

Zone 2

HxS 4’x4’

nigra (Austrian Pine)

A rapidly growing pine with long, dark green needles in bundles of 2’s. Young trees are broadly pyramidal in form, but as the tree matures it develops a more broad and flat-topped crown. One of the most popular of the larger pines, and widely planted throughout the U.S. Hand sheared and root pruned. Seedling grown. 4’, 5’ and 6’ BB grades include wire basket. B&B CONTAINER 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 24” 5' 4' 3' 30" 24" #2 12-15" #1 9-12" 115.50 90.60 57.25 38.10 29.20 22.85 108.90 68.95 46.85 37.20 30.00 11.00 5.05

Zone 4

HxS 50’+x35’

nigra ‘Oregon Green’

CONIFERS

Deep green, stiff needles are tightly packed on this dense evergreen. Prized for its restrained growth and fullness. Makes a lovely addition to woodland borders. Choice plant for specimen plantings. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” 3' 30" 111.00 82.80 60.15 46.75 68.90 54.75

Zone 5

HxS 10’x6-8’

parviflora ‘Glauca’ (Japanese White Pine)

This cultivar is generally conical in form, grows quite slowly, and the juvenile trees are sparsely branched. Distinct twisted bluish-gray needles and cones at an early age make this a particularly attractive tree in any landscape. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 90.10 67.65 48.10 108.40 79.35 56.85

Zone 4

HxS 30’x10’

Ponderosa (Ponderosa Pine)

Tall, moderately growing pine native to North America that has an upright open crown. Needles are dark green in bunches of three and the bark is thick with a dark brown color. Very popular! B&B 4’ 3’ 30” CONTAINER 4’ 3’ 30” 54.65 37.40 28.75 66.35 46.15 36.75

Zone 3

HxS 60’x30’

strobus (Eastern White Pine)

A large rapidly growing tree with light green to bluish green needles and a white stripe underneath. Great addition to any landscape. B&B 5’ 4’ 3’ 85.80 64.40 45.80

Zone 3

HxS 80’x30’

strobus ‘Fastigiata’ (Columnar White Pine)

A rapidly growing columnar form of White Pine with a nice blue-green color, and the soft textured needles typical of the White pines. Terrific plant for a tight location. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 97.80 75.35 48.10 116.10 87.05 56.85

Zone 3

HxS 60’x20’

strobus ‘Nana’ (Dwarf White Pine)

A slow growing dwarf grafted to a standard. Generally globose in form, it tends to grow more in spread than in height. Soft, blue-green needles enhance the appearance of this plant in almost any setting. Particularly attractive as a container plant. CONTAINER 24” 18” 15” 49.75 42.00 32.05 Note: On Standard or Low Graft.

Zone 3

HxS 5’x7’

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strobus ‘Pendula’ (Weeping White Pine)

A grafted cultivar of Eastern White Pine with pendulous branches that can weep all the way to the ground in older specimens. Must be staked when young. Distinct blue-green needles make this tree great for special effects. 4’BB and larger grades include wire star. B&B CONTAINER 5’ 4’ 3’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 93.75 72.20 45.90 112.05 83.90 54.65

Zone 3

HxS 20’x20’

sylvestris (Scotch Pine)

Young plants have a narrow pyramidal form that opens up exposing the cinnamon red bark of the limbs as the tree matures. Short stiff blue-green needles contrasted with the bark, give this tree a good deal of charm. Grown from seed. 5’ and 6’ BB grades are machine dug and include a wire basket. B&B ONLY POM-POM Super POM-POM (6’+) POM-POM Specimen 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 30” Specimen BB Cedar Planter Box #20 #15 #10 109.95 86.05 50.15 36.35 27.90 235.65 283.85 138.00 99.35 82.80

Zone 2

HxS 50’x40’

sylvestris ‘Fastigiata’ (Columnar Scotch Pine)

A grafted cultivar of Scotch Pine that develops into a dense narrow columnar tree that will seldom exceed 3’ in spread at maturity. An elegant tree with bright blue-green, twisted needles. The perfect accent specimen for a small space. B&B CONTAINER 3’ 30” #5/15-18" 48.10 34.70 26.20

Zone 2

HxS 30’x3’

CONIFERS

sylvestris ‘Glauca Nana’ (Dwarf Scotch)

This dwarf form grafted on a standard develops a crown that is flattened and is about as wide as the plant is tall. Branching is horizontal, from which nearly vertical twigs arise. Very dense and bright blue-green foliage. CONTAINER #10/24-30” #10/18-24” #5/15-18” #5/12-15” 49.75 42.00 30.00 24.25

Zone 2

HxS 5’x5’

thunbergii ‘Thunderhead’

Dwarf Japanese Black Pine that is a compact grower with beautiful green needles. Winter interest is high with contrasting large white buds and dark green needles. There will be increased demand for this tree. B&B 5’ 4’ 3’ 111.00 82.80 60.15

Zone 5

HxS 10’x8’

SEQUOIA
Sequoia giganteum Pendula ‘Weeping Sequoia’
Beautiful, upright columnar tree with green pendulous branches. A fantastic addition to any landscape that will be noticed by all. Virtually maintenance free. CONTAINER 7’ #20 6’ #15 5’ #10 4’ #7 120.00 106.50 80.90 69.55

Zone 6

HxS 40’x5’

TA XU S (Yew)
baccata ‘Repandens’ (Spreading English Yew) cuspidata ‘Nana’ (Dwarf Japanese Yew) x media ‘Brownii’ (Brown’s Yew) x media ‘Dark Green Spreader’
A low spreading shrub with the major branches horizontal. Lateral shoots are drooping and somewhat stiff. Needles are a glossy dark green. A low spreading shrub with an irregular habit. Wide spreading branches with short, stiff shoots. Dull, deep green needles. A compact, globe-shaped spreading yew somewhat broader than high. Deep green needles.

Zone 5 Zone 4 Zone 4 Zone 4

HxS 2’x6’ HxS 3’x8’ HxS 6’x9’

The name pretty well describes this plant. Dark green color, the needles are distinctly 2-ranked, spreads horizontally to about 6’. A slow growing variety and it does not burn in winter.

HxS 4’x6’

x media ‘Densiformis’ (Dense Yew)

Somewhat rounded plant with very dense growth, usually about twice as wide as high. Nice bright green foliage during growing season; greenish-brown in winter.

Zone 4

HxS 3’x7’

45

x media ‘Hicksii’ (Hicks Yew) x media ‘Hillii’ (Hills Yew)

A fast growing columnar form with olive-green upright branches, often reddish above.

Zone 4 Zone 4

HxS 10’x3’ HxS 10’x6’

A broadly conical plant, but often somewhat rounded. Densely arranged upright twigs with short lateral shoots. Needles are distinctly two ranked, and glossy green above, grass-green on the underside. CONTAINER #5 #3/12-15" #2/10-12" 22.00 17.70 12.25

T HU JA (A r b o rv itae)
o. ‘Danica’

occidentalis (American Arborvitae)
Dwarf globe form of American Arborvitae that is somewhat broader than high. Foliage is bright green, like an emerald, turning bluishgreen in winter. All branches are arranged in vertical sprays. CONTAINER #2 #1 10-12" 6-8" 9.50 4.90
CONIFERS

Zone 3

HxS 20”x24”

o. ‘Fastigiata’ (Pyramid Arborvitae)

Fast growing columnar form with gray-green scale-like foliage during the growing season, darkens somewhat during the winter months. Produces a tall hedge row or wind screen rather quickly. Grown from cuttings. B&B 5’ 4’ 3’ 18.25 13.75 12.05

Zone 3

HxS 25’x5’

o. ‘Little Giant’ (Dwarf Arborvitae)

A slow growing rounded dwarf form with a deep rich color, somewhat darker than ‘Woodwardii, and with shorter needles. Grown from cuttings. B&B CONTAINER 18-24” #2 10-12" #1 6-8" 17.75 9.20 4.80

Zone 3

HxS 4’x4’

o. ‘Smaragd’ (Emerald Green Arborvitae)

Good emerald green color that holds well throughout the winter. A densely compact columnar form with twigs arranged in vertical planes. Growth is fairly rapid, but it does not get as large as the Pyramid Arborvitae. Grown from cuttings. B&B SPIRAL FIELD POT CONTAINER GROWN 6’ 5’ 4’ 3’ 6’ #15 5’ #10 4’ #7 6’/#15 5’/#10 4’/#7 24-30”/ #5 4’/#6 #3 #2 #1 18-24" 12-15" 6-8" 40.55 26.70 20.90 17.75 80.00 65.00 55.00 48.60 31.00 25.45 18.50 21.60 10.50 8.35 4.65

Zone 3

HxS 15’x3’

T S U GA (He m lo c k)
canadensis ‘Pendula’ (Sargent’s Weeping Hemlock)
A spectacular accent plant in almost any setting. Left unstaked it will form a dense mound of weeping branches covered with short dark green needles. May be grown from cuttings or grafted. B&B CEDAR PLANTER 4’ 3’ 30” 24” #5 BOX 16” 122.75 83.90 61.50 53.25 34.50 160.00

Zone 3

HxS 3’x6’

46

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