Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 2000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade.
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Conifers

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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Picea g. 'Densata'
Conical Evergreen. Bright green needles mature to a bright blue.
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Picea glauca 'Conica'
A perfect cone-shaped dwarf conifer with dense green needles that are soft to the touch. Excellent as a miniature Christmas tree in natural form, or as an artistically pruned topiary. Makes a formal statement in the garden. Excellent in containers.
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Picea glauca 'Pendula'
Conical to pyramidal form. Stays narrow and has weeping branches. Gray-green foliage.
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Picea glauca 'Pendula' ~NET~
Grey-blue plant with weeping branchlets. Can be grown as a ground cover; can also be trained as small weeping tree by staking at desired height when young.
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Picea glauca 'Sander's Blue' ~NET~
New growth emerges a steely blue and matures to a blusih green in winter. A sport of the Dwarf Alberta Spruce, it maintains its attractive conical shape.
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Picea m. 'Nana'
Slow growing, rounded evergreen shrub has a tight, compact form. An excellent choice for rock gardens or a low border. Dense, blue-gray foliage is needle-like. Slow growing, rounded evergreen shrub has a tight compact form. Grows in moist soil
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Picea m. 'Nana'
Slow growing, rounded evergreen shrub has a tight, compact form. An excellent choice for rock gardens or a low border. Dense, blue-gray foliage is needle-like. Slow growing, rounded evergreen shrub has a tight compact form. Prefers moist soil.
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Picea m. 'Repens'
This mat-forming cultivar makes a dense mound of gray-green needles. Useful in rock gardens. Species habitat is wet soils and bogs, and soils enriched with peat, clay, and loam.
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Picea omorika
Slow growing, narrow pyramidal conifer with gracefully drooping branches. Glossy green leaves have unique double bands on the under- side. Protect from strong winds.
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Picea omorika 'Nana'
Very slow growing, compact and dense, conical to globose coniferous evergreen. Closely set radially arranged needles that are dark green above and have glaucous white stomatic bands underneath.
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Picea omorika 'Pendula'
Slow growing, narrow pyramidal conifer with gracefully drooping branches. Glossy green leaves have unique double bands on the under- side. Protect from strong winds.
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Picea omorika 'Pendula' ~NET~
Green and blue needles on an upright very narrow tree with all branches weeping down. 2" purple cones. The name Pendula is used for more than a single clone of Picea omorika with a pendulous habit, the types may vary from semi-dwarf to full sized. Best in a deep rich soil, moist and well-drained.
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Picea omorika 'Pendula Bruns' ~NET~
Columnar weeping conifer. A narrow weeping tree with the leader wandering upward while the side branches droop sharply down. The needles are green-blue, with a prominent white line on the lower side.
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Picea p. 'Baby Blue'
Broad, pyramidal, evergreen with attractive silvery blue needles. Since it is grown from seed and not grafted, color and habit may vary. Thrives in colder climates. Makes for an excellent specimen accent.
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Picea p. 'Baby Blue Eyes'
Slow growing, upright, conical, coniferous tree. Bright powdery blue needles.
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Picea p. 'Bakeri'
Slow growing, broadly pyramidal evergreen with stiff horizontal branches Deep blue foliage. Rich moist soil, although drought tolerant when established.
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Picea p. 'Blue Select'
Compacts, pyramidal, evergreen. Selected for bright blue color and uniform symmetrical habit.
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Picea p. 'Fastigiata'
Dense, narrowly, columnar coniferous evergreen. Drought tolerant. New growth has intense blue color. Does not do well in ice and snow storms.
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Picea p. 'Fat Albert'
Slow growing, densely branching evergreen tree. Needles with rich blue coloring. Ideal choice for living Christmas tree or landscape specimen.
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Picea p. 'Florence'
Slow growing, broadly prymidal evergreen with stiff horizontal branches. Deep blue foliage. Rich moist soil, although drought tolerant when established.
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Picea p. 'Foxtail'
Slow growing, tightly branched, extremely narrow evergreen conifer. Unique, twisted blue needles form tufts at the ends of branches.
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Picea p. 'Glauca'
Broadly pyramidal evergreen tree can be used as a border, specimen or screen. Tiered, rigid branches are densely covered with stiff, gray-blue needles. Slow-growing.
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Picea p. 'Glauca Globosa'
Low growing, flat topped and densely branched coniferous evergreen. Grafted. Bright powder blue needles.
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Picea p. 'Glauca Pendula'
Grey-blue plant with weeping branchlets. Can be grown as a ground cover; can also be trained as small weeping tree by staking at desired height when young.
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Picea p. 'Glauca Procumbens'
Slow growing, spreading, undulating coniferous groundcover growing about 6 to 12 inches per year. Very effective when draped over a rock wall or slope.
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Picea p. 'Hoopsii'
Medium growing, dense pyramidal coniferous evergreen with spreading branches. One of the best Colorado Blue spruces with blue-white foliage.
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Picea p. 'Kosteri'
Medium growing coniferous tree that is unpredictable when young. Later matures to an elegant blue spruce. Drought tolerant and adaptable when established.
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Picea p. 'Mission Blue'
Needle like foliage emerges steel blue and matures to a deeper blue. Dense evergreen with a distinctive pyramidal shape. Excellent as a vertical accent or as a windbreak. Drought tolerant once established.
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Picea p. 'Moerheimii'
Slow growing, compact, dense irregular growing upright conifer. Lovely powder blue needles, retains their color in winter. May require staking and pruning to retain upright shape.
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Picea p. 'Montgomery'
Very slow growing, dwarf, compact coniferous shrub or tree. Pointed, sharf powder blue needles.
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Picea p. 'Pendula'
Dense blue-gray foliage. Weeping habit with a size that depends on culture. It can be left to trail alng the ground or staked.
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Picea p. 'Prostrata'
Slow growing, spreading, undulating coniferous groundcover. Very effective when draped over a rock wall or slope
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Picea pungens
Broadly pyramidal evergreen tree can be used as a border, specimen or screen. Tiered, rigid branches are densely covered with stiff, bluish-green needles. Broadly pyramidal, slow-growing evergreen tree.
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Picea pungens 'Kiabab'
Distinctive blue-green needle color. Bluest of all blue spruces. Slow growing maturing to a pyramidal shape. Drought tolerant once established.
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Picea sitchensis
Tall, pyramidal coniferous evergreen. Wide spreading, horizontal branches. Short thin needles that are prickly to touch. Requires moist atmosphere and moisture in the soil.
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Pinus aristata
Long lived evergreen conifer with a narrow uniform shape. Long green needles with a bluish hue resemble a bottle brush. Tolerant of poor, rocky soil.
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Pinus b. 'Compacta'
Slow growing, pyramidal to rounded coniferous evergreen to about 30 to 50 feet by 20 to 25 feet, becoming open and flat topped with age. Hardy to about 20* F. Lustrous, stiff, sharp pointed medium to dark green in clusters of 3. Bark exfoliates in p
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