Siberian Larch is a large, cold hardy conifer. Like the Tamarack, its needles turn golden yellow and drop in the fall, and it is able to handle saturated soils.
If you are looking for a long-lived tree for your large property or shelterbelt with quite wet soil... more
Balsam Fir - best known as a "Christmas tree" - doesn't just look great in living rooms; it's a terrific tree for your yard too!
This fir grows tall and narrow. Balsam Fir is cold hardy, shade tolerant, and will thrive in most soil types and moisture levels... more
Siberian Fir is an evergreen tree best known for its strong aroma. This tree's needles are popular for essential oils and aromatherapy. It also grows softwood that is used for furniture and wood pulp. This species is very cold hardy and shade tolerant.
Tamarack is a small to medium-sized native conifer tree featuring needles that turn an attractive gold before dropping in the fall.
This cold-tolerant tree grows well in very wet conditions, as long as it is exposed to full sun... more
Canaan Fir, which is closely related to Balsam Fir, is known for its open-growing patterns and strong branches.
Canaan Fir is highly adaptable to many soil conditions and thrives in both shaded areas or direct sunlight. It is commonly used for Christmas tree... more
Douglas Fir is a large coniferous tree with a pyramidal shaped crown.
This attractive feature tree, with its distinctive drooping cones, is perfect for any grower who has lots of space and lives in a warm enough region. Douglas Firs make exceptional Christmas... more
Grand Fir is a large, coniferous evergreen native to the Pacific Northwest of North America. Closely related to the White Fir, this tree has glossy green, needle-like leaves with notched ends. A tall, majestic tree, Grand Fir grows best in drier climates.
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