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ABIES CONCOLOR - White fir or Concolor fir. Santa Fe N.M. seed source, one of the more drought resistant true fir. Blue green 1 ½” needles similar in color to blue spruce. Needle color will vary by seedling origin- Santa Fe seed sources have better blue color. 12”- 18” growth annually, soft tipped. Zone 3.
B.R. 3 yr seedling $3.50, #1 pot–$10.99, #2 pot–$24.99
ABIES FRASERI- Frasier fir. ½” to 1” soft tipped, fragrant needles with a white back. Native to higher elevations of the south eastern U.S. Symmetrically pyramidal growth habit. Does best in moist, acid, well drained soils. An excellent Christmas tree which grows approximately 12”- 18” annually in the northwest. Zone 4.
B.R. 3 yr. seedling $3.00, #2 pot–$22.99
ABIES GRANDIS - Grand fir. 1” soft tipped fragrant needles. Considered to be the best Christmas tree available . Symmetrical conical growth. Tolerant of cold and excess heat. Dark green foliage. Annual growth of 12”-18’ is common in the northwest Grows best in well drained acid soils. Zone 3.
B.R. 2-0 seedling $3.00, #2 gal $22.99
ABIES LASIOCARPA- Sub Alpine fir. ½”-3/4” dark green, soft tipped, needles on a very cold hardy evergreen tree. Narrow, pyramidal growth habit. Slow, layered, tight growth resists snow bending the lateral branches. Requires well drained, acid soils for good growth of 8” to 12” annually. Zone 3.
ABIES LASIOCARPA VAR. ARIZONICA- Corkbark fir, similar to Sub alpine fir but generally is more blue/green in color and is more drought tolerant than the sub alpine fir, narrow conical growth habit, slow growth of 8”-12” annually making trees layered and compact, requires well drained , acid soils. Zone 3.
LARIX OCCIDENTALIS - Western Larch or Tamarack, a deciduous conifer turning gold in the fall, strong wood like Douglas fir is an asset in windy areas, fast growing 12”-24” annually not uncommon, fall color breaks up the green color of coniferous forests, prefers cool climates with acid soils. Zone 2.
B.R 18″-24″ seedling $7.00.00, 2 gal. $18.99
PICEA ABIES - Norway Spruce, shorter and softer needles than the blue spruce, dark green color and fast growth makes this species a great screening or wind break plant, extremely hardy and very adaptable to varying conditions, deer resistant. Zone 2
B.R. seedling $3.00,
PICEA PUNGENS GLAUCA - Blue Spruce, the intensity of blue color varies with seedlings from green to bright blue. The Kaibab seed source throws approximately 70% blue seedlings, 12”-18” growth annually is common in the N.W., Sharp pointed needles makes for good bird nesting trees, deer resistant, the easiest to establish of all the conifers an the most adaptableB.R. 9″-12 seedling B.R $3.50, #1 pot–$15.99, #3 pot–$24.99
PICEA ENGLEMANII - Closely resembles the blue spruce but is always on the green side, very hardy and grows well in many conditions, needles ¾”-1” sharp pointed making good nesting trees for birds, 12”-18” growth annually, deer resistant, easy to grow and establish.
PICEA ORIENTALIS - ½” dark green needles which are soft to the touch compared to most spruces, prefers acid well drained soils, easy to grow and easy to establish, 12”-18” growth annually is common in the northwest, great live Christmas tree prospect, moderately resistant to whitetail deer, hardy to -30° F, zone 3 – 4
B.R. OUT, #2 POT $24.99
PINUS PONDEROSA - Ponderosa Pine, 6” dark green needles, More drought tolerant than many pines, easy to establish, fast growth 15”-24” annually, a staple in native landscapes, easy naturalizing pine, wide tolerance of climates and soils.
B.R. 2 yr seedling $3.00, #2 pot–$22.99
*PINUS MONTICOLA- Western White Pine, Idaho state tree, prefers elevations above 3000 feet, fast growth (18” – 24”), blue green 4” needles, prefers moist deep acid soils, will tolerate lower elevations, blister rust resistant variety. Zone 2 hardy. OUT
PSEUDOTSUGA MENZIESII VAR. GLAUCA - Douglas Fir, 1” dark green needles, fast growing 12”-24” annually not uncommon, great Christmas tree prospect, more heat tolerant than some of the true firs, very strong wood, very tolerant of climate and soils. Zone 3.
B.R. 9″-12″ seedlings $5.50 #2 POT $22.99
ABIES LASIOCARPA ARIZONICA GLAUCA COMPACTA- Compact Blue Corkbark- Fir- Blue 1/2”-1” needles, Compact slow growing form of Corkbark Fir, Drought tolerant, tolerates hot dry conditions better than most firs. Needles have rounded tips making this tree less anti- social than blue spruce, prefers cooler locations. Zone 2
PINUS STROBUS FASTIGITIATA - Upright Eastern White Pine- fast growth ( 18” – 24”) Less problems with snow bending. A form of Eastern white pine with 5 needles per fascicle, good screening tree. Easier care than many white pines, great blue/green color. Zone 3 hardy.
BALLED 5′ -6′ $89.00
PICEA ABIES PENDULA - Weeping Norway Spruce- Requires staking for height, fast growth (12”-18”) is not uncommon, great focal point plant becoming mounding in habit with a skirt growing on the ground as tree gets older, easy to grow, deer resistant and easy to grow, very hardy zone 2 (-40 F).
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PICEA PUNGENS GLAUCA PENDULA- Weeping Blue Spruce- Requires staking for height, resonablly fast growth (12” per year) is not uncommon, great blue color, mounding habit with a skirt as tree ages, deer resistant, very adaptable to many climates and soils, very hardy zone 3.
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PICEA PUNGENS ‘BABY BLUE EYES’- Baby Blue Eyes Blue Spruce- A very “bright blue” blue spruce, conical shape, compact growing 8”-10”, easy to grow and tolerant of varied climates and soils, deer resistant, hardy zone 3.
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PICEA PUNGENS ‘COLSON SELECT’- Colson Select Blue Spruce- A very “blue” blued spruce discovered at Colsons Nursery, medium fast growth, deer resistant, easy to grow and tolerant of adverse growing conditions, zone 3 hardy.
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