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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...

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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...

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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...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Canada Hemlock, Sargent's Weeping Canada Hemlock)

Sargent's weeping hemlock is a graceful evergreen that is beautiful as a feature plant, espalier, in a grouping or next to a reflecting pond. 'Sargentii' ('Pendula' or form pendula) has a graceful spreading, pendulous shape formed by weeping branches lined with dark green needles. This cultivar was first encountered in Upstate New York around 1870. Small brown cones are formed in late summer and may be used in craft projects.

This eastern North America native is happiest in organic,...

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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...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Leyland Cypress)

Originating in England around 1870, this intergeneric cross between the Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) and Alaskan cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis) is a tall fast-growing coniferous tree. Its graceful branches bear feathery green foliage. There are many cultivars of Leyland cypress, including gold and silver leaved forms.

This vigorous tree prefers full sun to partial shade and tolerates salt spray, moderate drought, and a wide range of soil types. Keep its soil...

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Bosh Bruening

(Leyland Cypress)

Leyland cypress is a large, upright, evergreen tree, resulting from the intergeneric cross between Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) and Alaskan cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis). Its cultivar 'Castlewellan' (also known as 'Castlewellan Gold' and 'Galway Gold') bears feathery foliage which is golden-yellow in spring and summer and bronze in winter, providing year-round interest on a tight habit. In hot summer areas the summer foliage color is more green and then assumes the...

(Leyland Cypress)

Originating in England around 1870, Leyland cypress is a tall fast-growing coniferous tree resulting from the intergeneric cross between the Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) and Alaskan cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis). The cultivar 'David's Blue' forms a narrowly conical small tree with feathery blue-gray foliage.

This compact tree prefers full sun to partial shade and tolerates salt spray, moderate drought, and a wide range of soil types. Keep its soil moist until...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Leyland Cypress)

Leyland cypress Irish Mint has dense, feathery branches with dense soft green foliage. The plants are neat, strongly pyramidal in shape and the root system is strong and extensive.

Originating in England around 1870, Leyland cypress is an intergeneric cross between the Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) and Alaskan cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis). It is a tall fast-growing coniferous tree with graceful branches that bear feathery green foliage.

This fast-growing,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Leyland Cypress)

Irish Eyes Leyland cypress is a pyramidal evergreen tree that has graceful, feathery branches with dense blue-green foliage. The original Leyland cypress was bred in England in 1888 as an intergeneric cross between the Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) and Alaskan cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis).

This fast-growing, pyramid-like tree prospers in full sun to partial shade, and tolerates a wide range of soil types. It has good drought tolerance once established but best...