Evergreen Shrubs Plant Evergreens before Fall as Evergreens do not go dormant through winter and they need to take up moister through the cold months. Evergreens need to root in well before cold weather arrives or they will brown out through winter and die. As we have find out over our 25 years of growing conifers, this agrees with the Horticulture Department of Science. Evergreens need to be planted before September. We will no longer sell Evergreens after September 1st or warranty our Evergreen that are planted after September 1.
A dwarf, densely branched evergreen with low spreading foliage that reaches a height of 12 in. x 6 ft. wide. Bright green summer foliage turns bronze in winter. Can take full sun to full shade.
1 -11/2 #3 Pot $20.00  
A compact, broad, globe-shaped, mounding evergreen to 3 ft. high x 4 ft. wide with medium to dark green foliage on branches that are pointed upward. This creates an attractive broad-shaped globe!
1 ft.   #3 Pot   $20.00  Sold Out

Picea pungens 'Glauca Globe' The original dwarf Colorado Blue Spruce evergreen conifer (or should we say everblue), this is likely the one where it all started and continues to be the plant against which all other dwarf blue spruces are judged; matures into a round globe very slowly; expect it to reach 4–5' round. This is the low grafted version.
1 ft. #3 Pot $32.00 Sold Out

A compact 3 ft. tall by 4 ft. wide rounded evergreen with striking steel blue foliage; grafted onto a single stem to form a blue lollipop, tends to become wider with age; a great patio tree, particularly effective accent among lower growing perennials and ornamental grasses.
3 ft. #2 Pot $48.00

Here is a very slow growing, member of the Cypress family that is both elegant and unusual. It is the Weeping threadleaf arborvitae, or Thuja occidentalis 'Filiformis'. Arborvitaes are old garden favorites that arouse little notice these days though they remain a bulwark for permanency in garden design. The Weeping threadleaf arborvitae however has a totally different texture and form. Its branches are stranded, and arching, which produces a wonderful mop-head cascade. This weeping foliage is grown on a compact, conical shrub that grows to about 6 feet in height. Even the bark is attractive being a rough, shedding reddish brown, with some gray. It's ideal in a conifer garden/rock garden or overlooking a water-feature where it could alternate for weeping willows. It is free from pest and disease problem and grows in most soild types and most exposures, other than dense shade, though it will be more dense and show more color if located in full sun.
3 ft. #3 pot $24.00 Tree Form $36.00
Slow growing spruce with bright green new growth reaching a height of 6 ft. Best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Needs winter protection from West winds & sun.
2 ft.   #3 Pot   $24.00 
Dwarf to 4 feet with bright green color in all season. Attractive mounded shape that can be maintained by pruning. Full sun to part shade.
2 ft.  #2 Pot   $18.00 
Compact form, grows to 12 feet by 4 feet wide with no shearing. It's Emerald green foliage does not discolor in winter. Excellent for wind brakes and foundation planting.
3-4 ft. #4 Pot $24.00 Sold Out
4-5 ft. #5 Pot $34.00 Sold Out
6-7 ft. #7 Pot $44.00 Sold Out
7-8 ft. #7 Pot $49.00 Sold Out
This Cedar is broad based reaching a height of 12 to 16 feet. Keep's it's dark green foliage year round and makes a good hedge plant.
2-3 ft. #3 Pot $19.00
6-7 ft. #6 Pot $48.00 Sold Out
Much like the Woodward Globe except only reaching a height of 2½ feet tall.
1 ft.   #2 Pot   $20.00   
A semi dwarf upright with creamy-white tipped foliage. Slow growing to 3 feet wide by 6 feet tall. The dark green foliage looks like the tips are covered with frost. Full sun but can tolerate partial shade.
3 ft. #5 Pot $29.00  

These would make a lovely, low hedge or foundation planting for your yard. They’re especially useful in areas where space is limited! This adorable plant has all the wonderful characteristics of an Arborvitae in a spherical, no maintenance form. Mr. Bowling Ball’s lacy, fine-textured foliage is soft-to-the-touch and retains its rich, green color year-round. It’s a unique, compact, perfectly global Arborvitae, filling out right down to ground level. Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae is a dwarf conifer growing to about 3 feet in height with an equal spread. It has no significant disease or insect problems. Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae is adaptable to a variety of soils and conditions, including some tolerance of urban pollution. It requires little or no shearing and needs no pruning to remain neat and tidy.
1-2 ft. #3 Pot $28.00 Tree Form $64
This somewhat evergreen shrub has fragrant flowers in April and is one of the hardiest boxwoods. Makes an excellent low hedge to 2 feet tall and takes shearing well.
1 ft. #3 pot $18.00
Outstanding blue-green foliage along with an incredibly easy to grow nature makes this narrow, upright Juniper stand out in the landscape. 'Blue Arrow' is drought and deer resistant and can easily tolerate seashore and roadside salt conditions. Fall berries are sought after by native songbirds. Grows to 12 feet tall by only 2 feet wide.
3-4 ft. #3 Pot $25.00  

A compact, slow-growing, narrowly upright, evergreen shrub, grows about 12' tall and 4' wide. It has excellent blue-green, needled foliage with many small, blue, rounded, berrylike cones. Use as a screen, accent in the border or backdrop for other plants. This tree should only be grown in full sunlight. It is very adaptable to both dry and moist growing conditions, but will not tolerate any standing water. It is not particular as to soil type or pH. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments. Deer don't particularly care for this plant and will usually leave it alone in favor of tastier treats. It has no significant negative characteristics.
3-4 ft. #5 Pot $29.00

A fine, fast growing juniper with interesting star-like blue-green foliage and a dense, pyramidal habit of growth to be about 19 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 9 feet. The unusual foliage gives the plant a rich texture; a beautiful selection for screening that is deer resistant. Star Power Juniper has attractive bluish-green foliage. The needles are ornamentally significant but remain bluish-green through the winter. It produces blue berries from late spring right through to late winter. This shrub should only be grown in full sunlight. It is very adaptable to both dry and moist growing conditions, but will not tolerate any standing water. It is not particular as to soil type or pH. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments.
3-4 ft. #4 Pot  $28.00