Product code: 11830
An evergreen tree with fan-like branches and scaly leaves. Unlike the closely related species, Thuja plicata (Western Redcedar), it is only a small tree. Growing to a height of 10-20 m tall with a 0.4 m trunk diameter, exceptionally to 30 m tall.
Product code: 3667
It is very fire resilient and can tolerate many different soil conditions. The botanical name for this tree is Pinus Rigida, and it is an evergreen. It will have twisting branches that will somewhat droop, and the form of this tree is almost globular.
Product code: 6840
Thua Giant is native to the north western United States and south western Canada, from south eastern Alaska and British Columbia south east through Washington and Oregon to the far north west of California.
Product code: 12422
The highlands of Greece reveal stands of this tall evergreen conifer, appropriately known as the Grecian fir. It grows on calcareous and alkaline soils at elevations between 1,800 and 7,000 feet. When mature, the tree's silhouette is tall.
Product code: 12421
A beautiful evergreen tree, the Cilician fir produces a pointy top and dense foliage and branches that grow on upward-growing branches that persist on the lowest parts of the trunk. This slow-growing conifer is native to highland pockets from Lebanon.
Product code: 12420
The Nordmann Fir has very dark green needles and dark bark. It has horizontal branching and a dense habit. It is often used as a Christmas tree in Europe and can be grown in a container for several years.
Product code: 12423
Balsam fir is a native tree of Canada and grows to be a medium sized tree typically ranging from 15-20 m (50-66') in height. It makes a nice specimen for larger landscapes and is of considerable importance in the Christmas tree trade.
Product code: 12426
Noble fir is native to a limited area on the Pacific Coast region of North America, growing in the Cascades from the northern border of the state of Washington south to the border between Oregon and California.
Product code: 12425
Tree to 15 m tall, with trunk to 0.6 m in diameter. Bark light gray, becoming scaly with age and ultimately slightly furrowed at the base. Branchlets without hairs, slightly grooved between the leaf bases. Buds 4-5(-9) mm long, not prominently resinous.
Product code: 12424
Manchurian Fir (Abies holophylla) The Manchurian Fir tree is native to mountain regions of Russia, Northern Korea and China. It grows in elevations up to 5,000 feet. The Manchurian Fir tree grows in pyramidal form up to 100 feet tall.
Product code: 10143
Korean Pine nuts are the most commonly sold pine nut in international commerce. Fresh (shelled) pine nuts often sell for as much as $25/lb. Also known as pignoli nuts, Korean pine seeds can be consumed as a healthy source of protein.
Product code: 10020
Thuja orientalis a shrub or small tree, 15mt. tall, with a dense crown and thin, reddish brown bark, native of China, grown successfully in forests in Bihar. And frequently planted for ornament all over India, particularly in hill-stations.
Product code: 6835
It was only discovered in 1943 and due to World War 2 was not studied further until 1946 and only finally described as a new living species, metasequoia glyptostroboides, in 1948. Only one natural forest containing around 5400 trees is known to exist.
Product code: 10144
An upright pyramidal evergreen for home landscape use, featuring dense deep green foliage all year long; eventually grows quite tall, excellent for vertical emphasis, hardy and adaptable, takes pruning well best with some sun, protect from drying winds.
Product code: 3668
Eastern White Pine is called one of the best pines for ornamental use. It is conical when young, more open when older. The branches are slightly ascending and bark is deeply furrowed. Blue-green needles grow to 4 inches.
Product code: 9989
It is quite common for landowners to have jack pine in their woodlots. It is important for landowners to understand the management and value of this tree species. Woodlots, with jack pine, are usually pure but can be a mixed wood of aspen, birch, etc.
Product code: 7950
Japanese Larch is a medium-sized to large deciduous coniferous tree native to Japan, reaching 20–40 m tall, with a trunk up to 1 m diameter. The crown is broad conic; both the main branches and the side branches are level.
Product code: 3671
The White Spruce is an evergreen with dense foliage and needles that are blue-green in color. This conifer is a faster grower than many other spruces and is a great choice for heavier soils such as clay.
Product code: 10145
The Scots pine, also known as the common pine or red fir is one of the most important tree species in Europe both economically and ecologically. Its range covers all of Eurasia and stretches from the Arctic Circle in the north to the south of Turkey.
Product code: 10142
Lawson's cypress make an excellent hedge of all heights, they are very tolerant of clipping so long as this does not extend into the brown barked wood since trees cannot regenerate from this. Any trimming should be done in the summer.
Product code: 4275
Pinus siberica belongs to the family of the Pinaceae, the pine trees. This pine tree species is native to Siberia. Due to that is also known as Siberian yellow pine. In Siberia it occurs in big populations that cover big areas. Those populations are mostl
Product code: 3673
The Norway Spruce is a valuable timber and shelter belt tree and is the classic Christmas tree, consumed in countless millions. It is a tough and vigorous tree that is not prone to serious attacks from pests and diseases.
Product code: 3669
The Austrian Pine is a handsome large growing tree native to Austria and most of the Balkans. It can be long lived, with some trees over 500 years old. It needs full sun to grow well and is intolerant of shade.
Product code: 2997
The Colorado Blue Spruce is widely cultivated as an ornamental tree and it is among the most widely planted ornamental spruces in gardens and parks. It is also grown for Christmas trees especially in North America.
Product code: 1569
Cupressus sempervirens, commonly known as the Mediterranean Cypress or Pencil pine, is a species of cypress native to the eastern Mediterranean region, in northeast Libya, southeast Greece), southern Turkey, Cyprus, western Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.
Product code: 10215
The Dwarf Mountain Pine is particularly slow-growing. This spreading conifer will stay neat and compact for many years, eventually forming a mound of spreading branches covered by dense green needles.
Product code: 6866
The Common Juniper has the largest range of any woody plant, throughout the cool temperate Northern Hemisphere ranging from the Arctic south through mountainous areas to around 30°N latitude in North America, Europe and Asia.
Product code: 6836
L. decidua is a medium-size to large deciduous coniferous tree reaching 25-45m tall, with a trunk up to 1m diameter (exceptionally, to 55m tall and 2 m diameter). The crown is conic when young, becoming broad with age.
Product code: 3675
The European Silver Fir is one of the tallest growing conifers in Europe with a maximum height of 67m (220ft). It is native to the mountains of Europe stretching from the Pyrenees and eastwards to the Alps and the Carpathians, Slovenia and Croatia.
Product code: 1556
An upright columnar evergreen for home landscape use, featuring dense deep green foliage all year long; eventually grows quite tall, excellent for vertical emphasis, hardy and adaptable, takes pruning well.
Product code: 9450
Cupressus arizonica greene, Arizona cypress, is the only cypress native to the southwest. It is a medium sized tree 50 to 60 feet tall and 15 to 30 inches in diameter. It is evergreen, with a dense, upright, conical crown and smooth reddish-brown bark.