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Norway Spruce

 
 

The Norway spruce is one of the fastest growing evergreens. This species is typically dense, making it a great choice for a privacy barrier or wind screen. The Norway spruce is hardy as well. It is drought tolerant, easily adapts to a variety of soil conditions and is considered to be the most disease-resistant of all evergreen trees. They prefer cool climates and excel in Growing Zones 2 to 7.

Picea abies NORWAY SPRUCE A wide, upright tree, with bright green foliage, and broad sweeping branches at maturity. Drought tolerant once established. Height: 40’-60’ Spread: 25-30’ Growth: Moderate to fast Soil: Well-drained, moist, sandy, acidic Zone(s): 3

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Large Norway Spruce shipping to a high-end residence in Medway, MA, Nov 2015

 
 

Colorado Blue Spruce

 
 

A popular ornamental conifers the Colorado blue spruce (or simply, blue spruce) is a truly magnificent evergreen. Silvery blue-green coloring and perfect conical shape make this tree a great landscape focal point for commercial and residential properties. It is also widely used for privacy or a windbreak and is deer resistant.

Picea pungens COLORADO SPRUCE A tall, dense, narrow to broad pyramidal tree, with stiff horizontal branches to the ground, with green to blue-green needles. Slower growing than Norway Spruce. Height: 40’-60’ Spread: 15-20’ Growth: Slow to moderate Soil: Well-drained, moist, adaptable Zone(s): 3 | N |

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Serbian Spruce

 
 

Picea omorika SERBIAN SPRUCE A graceful, upright, pyramidal tree with pendulons branches with needles that are a soft green to blue-green with silver undersides. Excellent specimen selection. Height: 50’-60’ Spread: 20’-25’ Growth: Slow to moderate Soil: Well-drained, moist, acidic Zone(s): 4 |

Serbian Spruce exhibits thin, arching branches and slender, straight trunk with silvery blue tipped branches. Its beauty and adaptability make it ideal for home landscapes, screening, buffer strips, salt-free median strips and parking lots.

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White Spruce

 
 

Picea glauca WHITE SPRUCE Slower growing than Norway Spruce, having short gray-green to blue-green needles and matures into a tall, dense, somewhat narrow spire. Salt tolerant. Height: 40’-60’ Spread: 10’-20’ Growth: Moderate Soil: Adaptable to most soil types Zone(s): 2 | NE |

White Spruces transplant readily and can withstand wind, heat, cold, drought, crowding, and some salt and shade. It features slightly curved, pale green needles that are roughly ½–¾" in length and crowded on the upper side of the stem. This tree yields slender, cylindrical cones that are light brown in color and 1½–2½" long with flexible scales. White Spruces grow in a pyramidal shape, becoming more columnar with age.

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White Pine

 
 

Eastern white pine is a valuable and versatile tree native to the eastern U.S. and the eastern provinces of Canada. Fast growth enhances eastern white pine's practicality for landscaping purposes. Eastern white pine needles are 3 to 5 inches long, and occur in bundles of 5.

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Concolor Fir

 
 

Abies concolor WHITE FIR Soft textured blue-green and gray colored needles form a pyramidal outline. Height: 30’-50’ Spread: 15’-30’ Growth: Slow to moderate Soil: Well-drained, moist, adaptable Zone(s): 4 | N

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Fraser Fir

 
 

Abies fraseri FRASER FIR Stiff dark green needles form a tight pyramid that loosens and opens with age. Height: 30’-40’ Spread: 20’-25’ Growth: Slow Soil: Well-drained, moist Zone(s): 4 | N

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Douglas Fir

 
 

Features needles that are spiral, simple and roughly 1½" in length. Yields light brown, 3–4" cones which hang downward on the branches with distinctive 3-pointed bracts protruding from between the scales.

Height of 40–70' and a spread of 12–20' at maturity. This tree grows at a medium rate, with height increases of 13–24" per year. The douglas fir can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 4–6

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Hemlock

 
 

This hemlock is one of our members’ favorites for privacy screens and hedges because of its handsome, graceful appearance and ability to be sheared to any height or shape. The tree is also one of only few evergreens that can handle full sun and full shade, though it prefers a site where it can receive both shade and sun.

The Canadian hemlock grows to a height of 40–70' and a spread of 25–35' at maturity. This tree grows at a slow to medium rate, with height increases of anywhere from less than 12" to 24" per year.

The canadian hemlock can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 3–8

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