coniferous

A tree that bears cones and  has needles that stay intact year round. Spruce, Pine and Fir are common coniferous trees.

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COLMNAR BLUE SPRUCE

HEIGHT 6m SPREAD 1.5m

Narrow upright growth habit for small spaces.  Blue needle color.

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PONDEROSA PINE

Height 16m / Spread 6m

Cylindrical shaped pine with attractive cinnamon bark and 3 long, green needles.

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BLACK HILLS SPRUCE

Height 29m / Spread 12m

is a large evergreen tree that is slow growing and smaller compared to white spruce varieties. With its dense, hardy needles, Black Hills spruce can help to prevent soil erosion and add shade to your landscaping.

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SCOTTS PINE

Height 13m / Spread 5m 

Pyramidal shapes pine tree with bluish-green, sharp needles.  Attractive orange bark color on older trees.

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WHITE SPRUCE

Height 15m / Spread 5m 

Native tree with a pyramidal growth habit.  Very hardy spruce with shorter, softer needles and smaller cones than Colorado spruce.  Likes moist soil and tolerates partial shade better than Colorado Spruce.