Evergreen Trees  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.

COLORADO SPRUCE
60 feet tall with a spread of 25 feet. This bluish needle spruce has a medium growth rate and deer won't bother the stiff, sharp needles.
12-18 inch  #1 Pot   $7.00  Sold Out
1 1/2-2 ft. #2 Pot $18.00
2 ft. #4 Pot $24.00
2-3 ft. #5 Pot $32.00
4-5 ft. #10 Bag $58.00
5-6 ft. #10 Bag $65.00  
5-6 ft. #12 Bag $99.00
6-7 ft. #15 Pot $140.00
6-7 ft., #14 Bag $120.00
FAT ALBERT SPRUCE
A dense and compact spire-shaped evergreen accent tree for general landscape use with large stout branches and long, very pointy silvery-blue needles, very showy and colorful, an ideal size for smaller home landscapes, extremely hardy and rugged. 15 ft. tall by 10 ft. wide.
2-3 ft. #3 Pot $32.00  
 4 ft  #4 Pot  $49.00 Sold Out

BLUE TOTEM SPRUCE
Blue Totem Spruce will grow to be about 15 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 3 feet. It has a low canopy with a typical clearance of 1 feet from the ground, and is suitable for planting under power lines. It grows at a slow rate. This tree does best in full sun to partial shade. It is very adaptable to both dry and moist growing conditions, but will not tolerate any standing water. It is considered to be drought-tolerant, and thus makes an ideal choice for xeriscaping or the moisture-conserving landscape. It is not particular as to soil type or pH, and is able to handle environmental salt. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments.
3 ft. #3 Pot $38.00  
BLACK HILLS SPRUCE
Grows to only 40 feet with a spread of 15 - 20 feet making it a good landscape tree. Also used for windbreaks and Christmas trees with its dense dark green needles.
1 ft. #1 Pot   $7.00 
1 1/2-2 ft. #2 Pot $18.00
2 ft. #4 Pot $24.00
2-3 ft. #5 Pot $32.00
4-5 ft. #10 Bag $58.00 Sold Out
5-6 ft. #10 Bag $65.00 Sold Out 
5-6 ft #12 Bag $99.00 Sold Out
6-7 ft. #14 Bag $120.00 Sold Out
  CONCOLOR FIR
The white fir is a hardy and ornamental North American native evergreen. Its attractive, blue-green needles curve outward and upward on branches and, when crushed, emit a lemon scent. This choice plant tolerates a wide range of conditions, including drought, heat, and cold temperatures. Grows to 50 ft. tall by 20 ft. wide.
10+ ft. #15 Pot $165.00  
No Picture NORWAY SPRUCE
Grows to 60 ft. by 20 wide and tolerates dry conditions.
3 ft. #5 Pot $32.00  
 
WHITE PINE
A shade-tolerant native tree with soft, light green needles in clusters of five that reaches a height of 80 feet. Fast growing.
1 ft. #1 Pot   $7.00 
2-3 ft. #2 Pot $18.00
2-3 ft. #4 Pot $24.00
3 ft. #5 Pot $32.00
4-5 ft. #10 bag $50.00
5-6 ft #12 Bag $89.00
6-7 ft #14 Bag $110.00
STAR POWER JUNIPER
A fine, fast growing juniper with interesting star-like blue-green foliage and a dense, pyramidal habit of growth to be about 17 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  

TAMARACK or AM. LARCH
Tamarack is a beautiful native conifer that loses its needles in fall. It is native to the Wisconsin region, but is on the list of threatened plants for the state of Illinois. It is commonly found in wet, swampy or boggy locations, but can grow in other locations as long as soil moisture is consistent. This tree looks good through many seasons. In spring, small rosy pink cones can be seen as new needles begin to emerge. In summer, the soft green needles give the tree a fine texture. In autumn, the needles turn yellow before they fall. 40-60' tall by 20' wide.
1-2 ft. #1 Pot $8.00