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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6803 Kinns Rd. NE Woodburn, OR 97071
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19205 SW Cipole Rd. Sherwood, OR 97140
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Conifers

Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Alaska'
Evergreen tree/shrub. String-like foliage, grey-green with white-yellow variegation.
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Chamaecyparis p. 'Cyanoviridis', Spiral
Medium growing, densely branched cone shaped conifer. Softly textured, plume-like silver- blue in summer; grayish blue in winter.
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Chamaecyparis p. 'Gold Dust'
Very slow growing, low mounding, coniferous evergreen. Foliage is variegated with yellow. Use in Oriental, rock garden, container, or bonsai situations.
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Chamaecyparis p. 'Iceberg'
Slow growing, low mounding, coniferous evergreen with threadlike arching branchlets. Use in oriental or rock garden settings. Best color when in full sun.
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Chamaecyparis p. 'Plumosa'
Erect and broadly conical coniferous evergreen with loose open appearance. Feathery fern like foliage that is soft to the touch.
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Chamaecyparis p. 'Snow'
Medium growing, densely branched cone shaped conifer. Softly textured, plume-like silver- blue in summer; grayish blue in winter.
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Chamaecyparis p. 'Tamu Himura'
Medium growing, densely branched, cone shaped conifer. Softly textured, plume-like foliage is silver- blue in summer; grayish blue in winter.
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Cryptomeria jap. 'Goyokurya'
A fast growing conical variety of Japanese cedar. Leaves are green and coarse and in sprays.Very meaty plant with a tidy look. Will grow 18 inches a year
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Cryptomeria jap. 'Pygmea'
Upright, dwarf, very slow growing conifer. Grows 1/2" to 1" a year. Needles turn bronze-red in the winter.
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Cryptomeria jap. 'Sekkan-sugi'
Fast growing, upright, dense coniferous evergreen tree. Narrow sulphur-yellow foliage turns almost to white on the end, excellent specimen or accent plant.
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Cryptomeria jap. 'Tansu'
Very slow growing, dwarf, upright, pyramidal, coniferous tree. Light to medium green leaves that turn bronze in winter.
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Cupressocyparis ley. 'Castlewellan'
Coniferous tree. Golden-yellow new growth on light green foliage.
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Cupressocyparis ley. 'Naylor's Blue'
Fast growing, dense, pyramidal, upright coniferous tree. Deep greenish-blue feathery foliage on flat branchlets, one of the bluest selections.
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Cupressus macrocarpa 'Donard Gold' ~NET~
Pyramidal Conifer. Eye catching two toned yellow foliage color. Attractive cinnamon colored bark. Chartreuse new growth. Foliage has a nice citrus fragrance. Great for hedge or small screen.
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Cupressus macrocarpa 'Wilma Goldcrest'
Attractive chartreuse foliage with a citrus fragrance. Plant among darker foliage plants for a nice contrast. Excellent in containers.
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Cupressus s. 'Worthiana' ~NET~
Extremely upright growth habit. Attractive gray green foliage. This evergreen conifer makes a great focal point in the garden.
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Cupressus sempervirens ~NET~
Tall, columnar or pyramidal evergreen. Foliage is needle-like and dark green at all times of the year. Cones develop only in climates that have a cool winter.
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Juniperus chin. 'Blue Point'
Teardrop shaped pyramidal conifer. Foliage is an attractive blue-green color, requires little or no shearing.
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Juniperus chin. 'Gold Coast'® PP#2491
Conifer with Golden yellow new growth that persists and deepens in colder weather.
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Juniperus chin. 'Old Gold'
Evergreen shrub. Lacy, golden foliage is on slightly arching branches.
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Juniperus chin. 'Sea Green'
Coniferous evergreen. Deep sea-green color. Tolerates dry, sandy soils, drought
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Juniperus chin. 'Spartan' (Spearmint)
Dense, columnar, coniferous evergreen shrub. Soft, bright, light green scale-like, requires minimum maintenance tolerates dry, sandy or gravelly soils. tall hedge, screen, or accent plant.
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Juniperus com. 'Gold Cone'
Slow growing, compact, upright, columnar evergreen conifer growing. Extremely vibrant, bright yellow tipped foliage adaptable to heat and poor sandy soils
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Juniperus conf. 'Blue Pacific'
Slow, low growing, evergreen groundcover. Ocean blue-green foliage color.
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Juniperus horiz. 'Blue Chip'
Low, widely spreading, coniferous, evergreen groundcover. Foliage retains its silver-blue color all year long. Tolerates dry sandy and gravelly soils.
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Juniperus horiz. 'Youngstown'
Handsome, tightly branching, coniferous evergreen shrub with a prostrate growth habit making it a wonderful choice for a groundcover. Bright green foliage is held on tightly knit branches. Tolerates dry, sandy or gravelly soil.
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Juniperus p. 'Green Mound'
Ideal evergreen bonsai specimen or groundcover. Will trail over walls.
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Juniperus sab. 'Blue Forest' ~NET~
Spreading, evergreen, groundcover. Bright Silvery-blue foliage, spread across the ground, resembles a very low forest of evergreen trees; a superb groundcover for home landscapes, very adaptable and hardy
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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. '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 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. '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 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 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. '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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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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Picea a. 'Cupressiana'
Narrow columnar conifer. Bright green needles on stems.
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Picea a. 'Cupressiana'
Narrow columnar conifer. Bright green needles on stems.
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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. '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 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 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 p. 'Glauca Globosa'
Low growing, flat topped and densely branched coniferous evergreen. Grafted. Bright powder blue needles.
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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 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 contorta
Irregularly compact, pyramidal coniferous evergreen. One of best small pines for small gardens. Useful bonsai and topiary subject.
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Pinus jeffreyi
Evergreen conifer with long bluish green needles. Very large, 5-12" cones. Attractive cinnamon brown bark. Mature trees have a vanilla fragrance. Drought tolerant once established.
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