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Juniperus virginiana 'Taylor'
Eastern Red Cedar
Description
Need a plant that seems OBLIVIOUS to climate and conditions? You found it. Exceptional cold hardiness, adaptability to both acid and alkaline soils as well as tolerant of salt-spray and urban settings. A dramatic, upright selection that can be used for a privacy screen or a vertical statement-plant. Blue-green foliage.
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Sun
Full sun
Mature Height
30'
Mature Spread
3'
Zone
3-9
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Larix decidua 'Horstmann's Recurved'
Contorted European Larch
Description
Recurved, meaning downwards or backwards, is a great description of how the branches appear on this cultivar. With turning twisted branchlets, this Larch can be more attractive in the winter than summer. The needles soft green appearance are a nice look, but not to be outdone because the autumn show is a beauty in itself. 'Horstmann's Recurved' should be 8' tall by 4' wide in ten years.
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Sun
Full
Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
2
Foliage
Green
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Larix decidua 'Pendula'
Weeping Euporean Larch
Description
The "Weeping European Larch" has brilliant, fresh lime-green foliage in the spring. Equally stunning is the bright yellow fall color that covers this weeping mid-size tree before the needles drop to expose tawny twigs. This colorful seasonal change is a wonderful contrast in a landscape of evergreens. This tree is gaining popularity also due to its fast growth habit - in just ten years a young specimen can grow to 12 feet. Ours are staked and allowed to weep from various heights, but if left to grow naturally (without staking), it becomes a fantastic ground cover. 'Pendula' does require plenty of moisture and well-drained soil in order to flourish.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Green
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Larix laricina 'Blue Sparkler'
Blue Sparkler Eastern Larch
Description
Introduced by Sid Wasman, 'Blue Sparkler' is one of the hardiest plants grown at Bizon Nursery. 'Blue Sparkler' has a bluish green needle that will give a fall yellow color before dropping its needles. This cultivar should be around 5' tall in 10 years. The 'Blue Sparkler' is suitable for use as a specimen, and like most Larix will thrive with a fair amount of water. With its blue needles displayed in tight circles giving the impression of a small blue burst. We enhance the name by grafting 'Blue Sparkler' on a standard which really puts the fireworks up in the air!
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
12'
Zone
2-8
Foliage
Blue/Green
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Liquidambar styraciflua 'Slender Silhouette'
Slender Silhouette Sweetgum
Description
One of the most narrow and columnar trees available. It will make an excellent screen or can be used as a visual accent in the garden.
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Fast
Mature Height
60'
Mature Spread
5'
Zone
5-8
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Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'Gold Rush'
Gold Rush Dawn Redwood
Description
One of the prettiest deciduous conifers, 'Gold Rush' is known for its vigorous growing habit and luscious golden foliage. This is one plant that people just have to touch! Silky golden foliage makes this Redwood a stunning feature for a large landscape. Fissured bark has very nice winter appeal. 'Gold Rush' will grow to 12' tall by 5' wide in 10 years.
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Sun
Full sun to part shade.
Zone
5-9
Foliage
Yellow
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Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'Miss Grace'
Miss Grace Weeping Dawn Redwood
Description
Small deciduous conifer with gracefully weeping branches that could reach 10' tall by 3' wide if staked. Refined gray-green foliage in summer, very strong orange in autumn. Originally discovered in Japan as 'Golden Ogi', then later brought to Europe and renamed by horticulturist, Peter Zweinburg. Like most Redwoods 'Miss Grace prefers full sun, and moist, well drained soil.
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Sun
Full
Zone
5-9
Foliage
Green/Orange
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Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'North Light'
North Light Dawn Redwood
Description
Irregular cream-white markings over fresh green needles make you say 'I need this.' A dwarf deciduous conifer that forms a round ball with minimal pruning needed. Low-maintenence (if you're into that sort of thing).

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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Slow
Mature Height
3'
Mature Spread
3'
Zone
5-8
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Picea abies 'Clanbrassiliana Stricta'
Clanbrassiliana Stricta Norway Spruce
Description
This dwarf spruce slowly matures into a beautiful compact pyramidal plant and it has a perfect conical habit. Its needles are dark green, making it a nice selection in any landscape. Originally from Northern Ireland, 'Clanbrassiliana Stricta' is becoming very popular in American landscapes. This selection is a clone of Picea abies 'Clanbrassiliana' which was the first dwarf spruce to be grown from witch's broom. The clone is very similar to the original, and the only distinctive difference is 'Clanbrassiliana Stricta's' more fastigiate branch system. True to its dwarf classification, a 20-old plant will be only four feet tall and two feet wide. Zone 4 - 8
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Picea abies 'Crusita'
Crusita Norway Spruce
Description
'Crusita's' signature is its bright pink new growth in the spring. The new growth fades to dark green, but makes an unbelievable presentation in the spring. Very slow growing upright to just 5' in 10 years.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Zone
2-8
Foliage
Green
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Picea abies 'Cupressina'
Fastigiate Norway Spruce; Columnar Norway Spruce
Description
Discovered almost a century ago in Germany, this popular European tree is gaining a positive reputation in America as it becomes more available. Picea abies 'Cupressina' is the columnar form of "Norway Spruce"; at six feet tall, it is only two feet wide and achieving this in only six years. Picea abies 'Cupressina' is an excellent screening plant with dark green needles that are more attractive than the straight needles of the Norway Spruce. In addition to its much-desired narrow form, this tree also has a higher tolerance for snow loads than do most fastigiate types.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Green
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Picea abies 'Formanek'
Formanek Norway Spruce
Description
Think plants can't HUG? WRONG! This is the ultimate ground-hugger. Extremely prostrate and slow-growing. Will become a dense carpet over time, or you can stake and train to your heart's content. Excellent choice to creep in a rock garden. 2' tall x 5' wide in 10 years.
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
1-2'
Mature Spread
5'
Zone
3-8
Water
Regular
Foliage
Green
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Picea abies 'Frohburg'
Compact Weeping Norway Spruce
Description
'Frohburg' could be called the classy older brother of P. abies 'Pendula'. Its needles are short and more compact, giving it a tidier, groomed appearance. With its narrow staked height, and full pendulous skirt, 'Frohburg' could function as both a tall accent piece and a graceful groundcover - all in one.
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
6'
Mature Spread
2'
Zone
3-7
Water
Medium
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Picea abies 'Glauca Pendula'
Weeping Blue Norway Spruce
Description
The blue-green needles are a pleasant variation of the much darker and more common Picea abies 'Pendula'. The shape will vary according to cultural practices-especially staking. It is fairly trouble-free once established and makes an excellent evergreen specimen in a variety of situations.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
3-7
Foliage
Blue/Grey
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Picea abies 'Little Gem'
Little Gem Dwarf Norway Spruce
Description
'Little Gem' is appropriately named. It is a miniature green globe in habit and needle size that has become very popular since introduced in the 1950's. It originated in Holland as a witch's broom of Picea abies 'Nidiformis'. Whether on standard or in its low form, this plant is excellent for patio plantings or in rock gardens. Getting denser with age, it will not outgrow its location; a 15-year-old stock is only three feet wide and one foot tall.
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Zone
2-7
Foliage
Green
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Picea abies 'Nidiformis'
Bird Nest Norway Spruce
Description
"Bird Nest Norway Spruce" is a small to medium-sized shrub that is broad round and symmetrical in shape. It has a flattop growing habit, with a dense horizontal layer of branches. Consequently it is much wider than tall. 'Nidiformis' has a slight depression in the center, giving it the look of a gigantic bird's nest, thus explaining its common name. This slow growing, sun preferring shrub is decorated with refreshing light green needles.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
3-6'
Mature Spread
6-12'
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Green
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Picea abies 'Pendula'
Weeping Norway Spruce
Description
The "Weeping Norway Spruce" is the most popular of its kind. It can be easily grown, staked, and trained into an upright specimen, or allowed to grow as a rolling groundcover and hanging over a support system. We prune these plants to create heavy skirts at the base of the trees. Its pendulous branches are densely covered in dark green needles.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Green
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Picea abies 'Vermont Gold'
Vermont Gold Norway Spruce
Description
Bright yellow in full sun, chartreuse in part shade. A low and dense, spreading habit with virtually no pruning necessary.
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Sun
Full sun to part shade.
Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
1-2'
Mature Spread
4'
Zone
3-8
Foliage
Yellow
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Picea bicolor 'Howell's Dwarf Tigertail'
Dwarf Spruce
Description
'Howell's Dwarf Tigertail' is the most colorful of all bicolors, with a unique color combination with bright silver-blue on the undersides of the needles and green on top. It is an attractive, hardy dwarf conifer that forms a mound, which can be kept in this way by pruning upward growing shoots. If the central leader is left alone, a pyramidal tree will eventually form. An especially attractive feature of this tree is the reddish-purple cones that form on mature trees in the spring.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Blue/Green
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Picea bicolor 'Prostrata'
Prostrate Alcocks Spruce
Description
Low, spreading habit. Needles are bicolor with green on top and silver below. Great low-maintenance plant that keeps a flat top and stays low.
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
1'
Mature Spread
2'
Zone
4-8
Foliage
Green/Silver
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Picea engelmannii 'Bush's Lace'
Bush's Lace Engelmann Spruce
Description
This evergreen develops a strong central leader with pendulous branches. Beautiful blue color and graceful habit.
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
6'
Mature Spread
4'
Zone
3-8
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Picea glauca 'Conica Aurea'
Golden Alberta Spruce
Description
This form of Alberta Spruce is very unique and is sure to become very popular the more exposure it receives. The spring growth on the "Golden Alberta Spruce" is a creamy, light green, which turns bright golden-yellow by early summer, giving it its common name of "Golden Alberta Spruce". In Oregon it can hold its color into winter. This is a particularly nice plant with a growth habit similar to that of P.g. 'Conica'.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Yellow Green
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Picea glauca 'Conica'
Dwarf Alberta Spruce
Description
The Alberta Spruce is an exceptionally popular dwarf selection with leaves that are light green, very fine, but densely borne. We shear and space these plants to produce a very dense, conical plant. 'Conica' is an especially slow growing tree at only two to four inches per year. It will not reach its mature height of and width for 25 years. They are decorative little trees and are commonly used for live indoor Christmas trees and exterior accents. 'Conica' prefers full sun in order to bring out its best presentation.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
7'
Mature Spread
3'
Zone
3-7
Foliage
Green
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Picea glauca 'Daisy's White'
White Daisy Alberta Spruce
Description
This selection of Alberta spruce is densely covered in creamy yellow white new growth in the spring. Unlike most Alberta Spruce, 'Daisy's White' will tolerate more shade than typical and may even produce a whiter new growth with that shade. Slow growing to only 2' by 1' in 10 years, earning it the "miniature" designation.
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Growth Rate
Miniature
Zone
3-8
Foliage
Green/White
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Picea glauca 'Pendula'
Weeping White Spruce
Description
This stately evergreen has nice blue-green foliage that hugs the trunk, sweeping downward to create a high point in landscaping. 'Pendula' is somewhat underused in North America, considering it has been around since 1867 from Versailles, France. It is on most deer-resistant lists, can take sun or light shade, and can tolerate some harsh conditions. In 10 years, this spruce may reach 6-8'.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Blue/Green
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