Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 3,000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade. We ship anywhere in the US and Canada.

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Conifers

Juniperus sab. 'Arcadia'
Slow growing, mounded, coniferous evergreen shrub. Scale-like, grass green foliage. Excellent for ground cover, rock garden, and borders. Resistant to juniper blight.
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Juniperus sab. 'Broadmoor'
Slow growing, dwarf, low growing coniferous evergreen. Soft grayish-green foliage. Resistant to juniper blight. Excellent choice for large scale ground cover.
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Juniperus sab. 'Buffalo'
Slow growing, mounded spreading, coniferous evergreen shrub. Scale-like, grass green foliage. Excellent for ground cover, rock garden, and cascading over walls. Resistant to juniper blight; accepts coastal conditions.
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Juniperus sab. 'Calgary Carpet'
Moderate growing, coniferopus evergreen with a very low spreading habit. Attractive soft green foliage, Use as a ground cover or along walkways. Tolerates heat, cold, and drought.
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Juniperus sab. 'Mini-Arcade'
Slow growing, mounded spreading, coniferous evergreen shrub. Scale-like, grass green foliage. Excellent for ground cover, rock garden, and borders. Resistant to juniper blight.
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Juniperus sab. 'New Blue Tam'
Densely branched, symetmetrically sreading, coniferous evergreen. Superior blue foliage color. Use for an accent, large scale ground cover, or bank planting.
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Juniperus sab. 'Sierra Spreader'
Slow, low growing, spreading, coniferous evergreen shrub. Bright green foliage throughout the year.
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Juniperus sab. 'Skandia'
Slow growing, vase shaped, upright spreading stiff branched, coniferous shrub. Needle-shaped grayish-green leaves. Resistant to juniper blight.
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Juniperus sab. 'Tamariscifolia'
Slow to medium growing, low, spreading, coniferous evergreen shrub with symmetrically arranged branches. Dense blue green foliage. Large scale ground cover, for banks, or foundation planting.
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Juniperus scop. 'Blue Heaven'
Slow growing, neatly pyramidal coniferous evergreen. Strikingly blue foliage all season long. Heavy cone bearer. Withstands drought conditions very well.
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Juniperus scop. 'Cologreen'
Moderate growing, narrow, columnar coniferous evergreen becoming cone-shaped with time. Deep forest green foliage. Effective accent, screen, or formal backgroundf for the landscape.
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Juniperus scop. 'Gray Gleam'
Slow growing, symmetrical, columnar, coniferous, evergreen shrub. Silvery grayish blue needles that intensifies its coloring in winter. Requires little maintenance to keep its shape. Fine specimen plant.
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Juniperus scop. 'Green Ice'
Slow growing, broad pyramidal, tightly branched coniferous evergreen shrub. New growth is icy green, changing to gray green when mature. Color is better in cold winter areas. Makes an excellent windbreak.
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Juniperus scop. 'Medora'
Slow growing, slender, columnar-pyramidal, compact, coniferous shrub. Good blue-green foliage. Excellent vertical accent, useful for landscape framing. Tolerates heat, cold, and drought.
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Juniperus scop. 'Moonglow'
Broad, columnar, compact, upright branching coniferous evergreen. Soft attractive silvery blue foliage. Will withstand heavy pruning. Use as a landscape accent, hedge, or screen and in group plantings
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Juniperus scop. 'Pathfinder'
Rapid growing, coniferous evergreen tree matures to a broad, columnar form. Bluish gray foliage. Tolerant of dry, sandy or gravelly soils, and drought.
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Juniperus scop. 'Rocky Mountain'
Produces berry-like cones. Small tree grows at altitudes of 1,200-2,700 m. Placed in dry soils.
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Juniperus scop. 'Tolleson's Blue Weeping'
Silver-blue foliage hangs string-like from arching branches. Unfortunately, this species is subject to Phomopsis blight and also serves as an alternate host for cedar-apple rust.
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Juniperus scop. 'Tolleson's Green Weeping'
Graceful weeping evergreen with nice grey foliage. It's striking and unusual shape makes for an excellent specimen in the garden. Needs only occassional watering once established.
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Juniperus scop. 'Wichita Blue'
Broad, fully pyramidal, coniferous evergreen tree. Silver blue foliage holds its color all year long. Can grow in dry, sandy or gravelly soil. Excellent for screens, hedges, background plants or lawn specimens.
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Juniperus sq. 'Blue Carpet'
Slow growing, ground hugging, coniferous evergreen. Rich, blue-gray-green foliage keeps its color throughoutthe year. Tolerates dry, sandy or gravelly soils. Makes a handsome ground cover.
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Juniperus sq. 'Blue Star'
Slow growing, irregular, low, rounded, coniferous evergreen. Bright, silvery blue needles. Adaptable to dry, sandy or gravelly soils. Excellent specimen for a rock garden or as a container plant.
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Juniperus sq. 'Holger'
Outstanding spreading juniper with unusual silvery bluish-green foliage tipped in bright yellow. Excellent as groundcover on a slope or a smaller hedge. Prefer well drained soil.
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Juniperus v. 'Blue Arrow' (COPF)
Beautiful bright blue evergreen foliage with a tight and narrow habit. Excellent as a narrow hedge, specimen or where space is limited. Great in containers. Silver blue berries in late spring to winter.
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Juniperus v. 'Burkii'
Dense, broadly pyramidal, coniferous evergreen. Makes a lovely vertical accent, entryway planting, or screen. Steel-blue, needle-like foliage has a purplish cast in wiinter. Grows in dry, sandy, or gravelly soil.
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Juniperus v. 'Cupressifolia'
Broad, pyramidal, coniferous evergreen. Dark green foliage. A terrific screen or accent plant.
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Juniperus v. 'Hillspire'
Broad, pyramidal, coniferous evergreen. Dark green foliage. A terrific screen or accent plant.
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Juniperus v. 'Skyrocket'
Vigorous, coniferous, evergreen with a narrow, columnar growth habit. Silver-blue foliage is held on dense branches. Grows in dry, sandy, or gravelly soil. Nice choice for a vertical accent or entryway specimen
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Larix d. 'Pendula'
Slow growing, drooping, decidous conifer. Soft fluffy tufts of green needles become brilliant yellow in fall. Can be staked or trained to grow higher.
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Larix decidua
Moderate to fast growing deciduous conifer with slender, pyramidal habit. 1/2 to 1-1/2 inch soft needles in tufts along branches. Purple-red new cones in fall. Needles turn a brilliant yellow and orange in fall before dropping.
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Larix occidentalis
Deciduous clusters of yellow-green needles, turning bright yellow in fall before they drop for the winter. This long lived conifer is widely used in the timber industry in the PNW.
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Libocedrus decurrens
Pyramidal, narrow, columnar, evergreen tree. Slow to medium-growing. Produces flat sprays of linear, glossy, dark green foliage. Yellow brown female cones. Heat and drought tolerant. Tolerates poor soil conditions.
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Metasequoia glyptostroboides
Fast growing, narrow, pyramidal, deciduous conifer tree. Soft green fern-like needles with a rusty orange color in fall. Grows best in moist, deep, well drained, slightly acid soil.
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Microbiota decussata
Slow growing, wide spreading, flat topped, dwarf conifer. Its soft, lacy needles are rich green in summer, bronzy in winter if grown in the sun. Needs good drainage.
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Picea a. 'Clanbrassiliana Stricta'
Slow growing, dwarf conifer with a broad pyramidal shape. Attractive rich green foliage year round. Makes for an excellent Christmas tree.
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Picea a. 'Cupressiana'
Narrow columnar conifer. Bright green needles on stems.
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Picea a. 'Little Gem'
Dwarf coniferous evergreen shrub forming a compact head. Rich green needles on crowded branches. Suitable for pots or planters. Requires practically no maintenance.
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Picea a. 'Mucronata'
Irregularly mounding, coniferous evergreen. Eventually developing a leader with several sub-leaders. Large brown buds showing above the stiff thick stems. Foliage is bright green to purplish in youth changing to lustrous dark green.
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Picea a. 'Nidiformis'
Dwarf coniferous evergreen. Has tight, many layered branches with green needles that creates a compact bird's nest like form. Very hardy and wind resistant. Requires very little maintenance.
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Picea a. 'Nidiformis Glauca'
Slow growing, versatile, dwarf coniferous evergreen. Tight, many layered branches with bluish-green needles with whitish waxy bloom creates a bird-nest-like, form. Very hardy and wind resistant.
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Picea a. 'Pumila'
Globular shaped, coniferous evergreen shrub. Blue green needles on dense spreading branches. Moderately moist, sandy, acid, well drained soils.
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Picea a. 'Repens'
Coniferous evergreen. Very slow growing. Bright emerald needles on branches distributed in graceful layers
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Picea abies
Pyramidal, Evergreen. Fast growing when young but slows down with age. Light or deep green, blunt sharp needles. Oldest branchlets near the trunk die. Branches are stiff when young, drooping when mature.
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Picea abies 'Pendula'
Weeping, evergreen conifer. Slow growing. Pendulous branches to some degree or another. Probably the most common cultivar of var. pendula is ‘Pendula’.
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Picea abies 'Pendula', Prostrate
Slow-growing, weeping, spreading,, coniferous evergreen tree. Excellent deep green needles. Use as a speciman plant for cascading over a wall or large boulder.
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Picea abies 'Pusch' ~NET~
Bright green needles cover the dense spreading branches on a dwarf habit. Stunning display of bright red cones in spring, maturing to brown and remain through winter. Excellent plant for the smaller garden.
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Picea breweriana 'Wustermeyer' ~NET~
Slow growing Brewer's spruce with a round, globose habit. Eventually growing more conical in shape. Cut back leader to maintain a smaller habit. Blue green needles with symmetrical branching.
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Picea engelmanii
Densely pyramidal, coniferous evergreen. Flexible, slender, 4 sided, bluish green to steel blue needles. Scaly red-brown bark.
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Picea englemanii
Large and narrow growing evergreen. Typically found above 9000' elevations. Grows best in moist, well drained soil.
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