Evergreens - Juniperus (Chinensis)

Wilton Blue Rug

  • Spectacular, low trailing juniper with intense, silver blue foliage and berries. Very well adapted for walls or slope plantings because it hugs the contour where it is planted. Performs best when not watered from the top.

  • Zone 4

First Edition Sky High

  • Attractive silvery-blue, dense foliage highlights this improved variety of Rocky Mt. juniper. Strongly columnar in form, it requires little pruning to maintain its narrow shape. Tolerant of dry soil conditions.

  • Zone 3

Johansen Greenhouse

Evergreens - Picea

Black Hills Spruce

  • A highly desirable, compact habit, making it very resistant to winter injury. New bright green foliage matures to blue-green. Provides winter cover, nesting sites, and forage for wildlife. Evergreen.

  • Zone 3

Baby Blue Spruce

  • The needles are a vibrant blue that intensifies with age, growing evenly around the branches creating a full appearance. While this tree grows slowly, it has good vigor with a uniform and compact habit that requires virtually no shearing to maintain—an excellent blue variety.

  • Zone 3

Bird's Nest Spruce

  • This versatile, dwarf conifer is an excellent choice for an evergreen border, or accent. The outward-curving branches with dense, dark green needles create an interesting bird's nest effect. Its tight, compact shape requires little maintenance. Very hardy and wind resistant.

  • Zone 2

Dwarf Alberta Spruce

  • Very slow-growing dwarf conifer displaying dense green needles which are soft to the touch. Excellent as a miniature Christmas tree in natural form or as an artistically pruned topiary. Makes a formal statement in the garden. Evergreen.

  • Zone 3

Globe Blue Spruce

  • This charming, globe-shaped evergreen shrub is dwarf, flat-topped, and densely branched. The bright blue needles hold their color all year long but are a brighter hue in summer. Provides a unique accent for that special spot in the garden.

  • Zone 3

Evergreens - Pinus

Mugo Pine

  • Dwarf, bright green color in all seasons. Attractive mounded shape that can be maintained by pruning. Especially nice in early summer when new candles of growth appear. Very hardy and rugged. Growing well in open areas.

  • Zone 2

Evergreens - Thuja (Occidentalis)

Holmstrup Arborvitae

  • A compact plant with an upright habit. Bright green color and light bushy foliage gives the plant a textured appearance. Does well in light shade.

  • Zone 3

Tator Tot

  • Irresistible dwarf globe evergreen. A bit taller than it is wide, with swirling fans of deep green foliage. It's hardy and maintains good color all year round.

  • Zone 3

Evergreens - Taxus

Spreading Yew

  • A spreading Evergreen that has short dark green needles and is very hardy. With a low, graceful, and lovely form, tolerant of summer heat, and excellent resistance to winter burn. It grows well in both sun and shade and is very popular as an accent, specimen, or foundation plant. Remove 1/2 to 3/4 of the new growth each year with hand pruners; you can control the size and maintain a healthier shrub with a more natural form.

  • Zone 3