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Image of Tilia tomentosa photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Silver Linden)

Grown for its handsome foliage that flutters and flashes with the slightest breeze, this medium to large deciduous tree is also valued for its symmetrical habit and fragrant summer flowers. It is native to Southwest Asia and Southeast Europe and is commonly grown as a street and park tree.

The green, glossy, heart-shaped leaves of silver linden have fuzzy, silver-gray undersides that shimmer as they turn in the wind. In early summer clusters of small, fragrant, creamy-white blossoms dangle from...

Image of Tsuga canadensis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Canada Hemlock)

Canada hemlock is a graceful evergreen tree that is useful for screening, hedges or as a feature plant in the yard. Its pyramidal shape is formed by pendulous branches lined with short, dark green needles. Small brown cones are formed in late summer and can be used in craft projects.

This eastern North America native is happiest in organic, well-drained but moist soil and can be sheared to a desired size or shape. Canada hemlock is intolerant of boggy soil, pollution and drying winds. Woolly adelgid...

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Jesse Saylor

(Canada Hemlock, Globosa Canada Hemlock)

Canada hemlock is a graceful evergreen tree that is useful for screening, hedges or as a feature plant in the yard. Its pyramidal shape is formed by pendulous branches lined with short, dark green needles. Small brown cones are formed in late summer and can be used in craft projects.

This eastern North America native is happiest in organic, well-drained but moist soil and can be sheared to a desired size or shape. Canada hemlock is intolerant of boggy soil, pollution and drying winds. Woolly adelgid...

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Mark A. Miller

(Canada Hemlock, Huss Canada Hemlock)

Canada hemlock is a graceful evergreen tree that is useful for screening, hedges or as a feature plant in the yard. Its pyramidal shape is formed by pendulous branches lined with short, dark green needles. Small brown cones are formed in late summer and can be used in craft projects.

This eastern North America native is happiest in organic, well-drained but moist soil and can be sheared to a desired size or shape. Canada hemlock is intolerant of boggy soil, pollution and drying winds. Woolly adelgid...

Image of Tsuga canadensis

James H. Schutte

(Canada Hemlock, Jeddeloh Canada Hemlock)

Canada hemlock is a graceful evergreen tree that is useful for screening, hedges or as a feature plant in the yard. Its pyramidal shape is formed by pendulous branches lined with short, dark green needles. Small brown cones are formed in late summer and can be used in craft projects.

This eastern North America native is happiest in organic, well-drained but moist soil and can be sheared to a desired size or shape. Canada hemlock is intolerant of boggy soil, pollution and drying winds. Woolly adelgid...

Image of Tsuga canadensis

James H. Schutte

(Canada Hemlock, Weeping Canada Hemlock)

Canada hemlock is a graceful evergreen tree that is useful for screening, hedges or as a feature plant in the yard. Its pyramidal shape is formed by pendulous branches lined with short, dark green needles. Small brown cones are formed in late summer and can be used in craft projects.

This eastern North America native is happiest in organic, well-drained but moist soil and can be sheared to a desired size or shape. Canada hemlock is intolerant of boggy soil, pollution and drying winds. Woolly adelgid...

Image of Tsuga canadensis

Mark A. Miller

(Canada Hemlock, Wind's Way Canada Hemlock)

Canada hemlock is a graceful evergreen tree that is useful for screening, hedges or as a feature plant in the yard. Its pyramidal shape is formed by pendulous branches lined with short, dark green needles. Small brown cones are formed in late summer and can be used in craft projects.

This eastern North America native is happiest in organic, well-drained but moist soil and can be sheared to a desired size or shape. Canada hemlock is intolerant of boggy soil, pollution and drying winds. Woolly adelgid...

Image of Tsuga caroliniana photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Carolina Hemlock)

Carolina hemlock is an evergreen, cone-bearing tree with lax, spreading branches and twigs and short,narrow flattened leaves that point in all directions, making the texture of the tree shaggy. It is very tolerant of shade, especially when young, making it a good choice to start new trees in the shade of old trees that will eventually need replacing. It is native to rocky hillsides in a small area of the Appalachians from North Carolina to Georgia, but has proven to be sturdy in other locales and...

Image of Turnera ulmifolia photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Yellow Alder)

Buttery yellow blooms cover this small evergreen shrub all year in warm locations. It is native to tropical and subtropical America and naturalized in many other areas.

Verdant paired leaves are concentrated toward the ends of the branches. They are elliptic to lance shaped with toothed edges, deeply impressed veins, and densely white-haired undersides. The lovely five-petaled mallow-like flowers open in the morning and close before dusk to be replaced in abundance the next day. Borne singly...

Image of Ulex europaeus photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(European Gorse, Furze, Whin)

With prickly stems and evergreen foliage, European gorse is amazingly attractive in spring when thousands of bright yellwo flowers clothe the plant. A large hrub native to western and central Europe, it produces copious amounts of seeds that remain viable in the soil for years. For this reason this pretty plant can become invasive in temperate regions with nutrient poor but acidy soils.

This upright to rounded shrub has small, rigid green leaves that end with a grooved, spiny tip. Most heavily...