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

Pinus mugo 'Pumilio'
Slow growing, dwarf conifer with shrubby, broadly spreading branches. Dark green needles. Mass planting, rock gardens, and grouped with broadleaf plants.
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Pinus mugo 'Slowmound'
Compact, round evergreen. Reliable dark green foliage, rich texture, and showy buds. Needles are ¾ to 1 inch long and dark green with a slight twist.
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Pinus mugo 'Valley Cushion'
Slow growing dwarf pine needs little to no pruning. Branches have a dense covering of dark green needles. Medium green cushion all year round. Great for containers and rock gardens.
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Pinus nigra
Rapid growing, conical to umbrella shaped coniferous tree. Densely branched with long dark green needles.
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Pinus strobus
Rapid growing evergreen tree has a rounded or pyramidal mature form. Excellent for a screen, windbreak or specimen. Long, thin, bluish-green needles are held in clusters of 5. Evergreen tree has rounded or pyramidal mature shape.
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Pinus sylvestris
Moderate growing, pyramidal evergreen. Height depends on training. Bluish green needles in clusters of 2. Bark turns reddish with age. Will resist drought conditions when well established. Wind resistant.
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Pseudotsuga menziesii
Fast growing, sharply pyramidal, when young, evergreen tree. Bluish-green needles give off a sweet fragrance when crushed. Hanging reddish brown cones.
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Sciadopitys verticillata 'Joe Kozey' ~NET~
Attractive long green needles. Much sturdier branching than the specie. Will retain green color in winter. Excellent as a focal specimen in the garden.
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Sequoia sempervirens
Conifer. West Coast native. Grows best in moist well drained soils. Not tolerant of dry soil.
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Sequoia sempervirens 'Soquel'
Conifer with dark green leaves that have a bluish-green underside.
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Sequoiadendron giganteum
Conifer with reddish bark. Foliage is gray-green.
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Taxodium distichum 'Peve Minaret' ~NET~
Dwarf upright deciduous conifer. Yellowish green fern-like foliage. Will turn to a rusty brown in fall prior to needle drop. Bark takes on papery brownish red color to provide year round interest. Excellent smaller specimen piece.
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Taxus b. 'Erecta'
Evergreen conifer is bushy and upright. Very slender with small needles. Prefers shade and sheltered area away from drying winds.
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Taxus b. 'Fastigiata Aurea'
Evergreen pyramidal conifer. Golden green Foilage. Red Berries.
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Taxus b. 'Repandens'
Spreading evergreen. Red berries in summer. Likes well drained soil. Thrives in shade.
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Taxus b. 'Stricta' (Fastigiata)
Evergreen conifer with upright branches. Red berries in the summer come after inconspicuous green flowers in spring --"CAUTION": Leaves and berries are poisonous
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Taxus c. 'Nana'
Conifer with dark green foliage. Very drought tolerant once establish. Can be pruned to retain desired size.
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Taxus x m. 'Dark Green Spreader'
Spreading evergreen conifer. Slow growing, low maintenance shrub. Red Berries. Best in well drained soil.
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Taxus x m. 'Densiformis'
Evergreen conifer. Dense, spreading form. Dark green foliage year round with scarlet berries. Non Flowering. Prune early summer.
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Taxus x m. 'Hicksii'
Evergreen conifer. Best in well drained soil. Non Flowering. Pink Fruit in Fall.
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Thuja occ. 'Emerald Green'
Dense, pyramidal habit with lustrous scale-like foliage. Attractive evergreen foliage holds its color throughout winter. Excellent as a tall hedge or privacy screen. Easily kept to any height or desired shape. Drought tolerant once established.
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Thuja occ. 'Gold Spot'
Evergreen, conical. Yellow and green variegated foliage. Moderate growing.
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Thuja occ. 'Holmstrup'
Dwarf, round, coniferous, evergreen. Rich green foliage.
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Thuja occ. 'Little Gem'
Evergreen conifer. Dense, round form. Dark green foliage that bronzes slightly in winter.
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Thuja occ. 'Little Giant'
Globe-shaped evergreen conifer. Rich green foliage. Use as a screen, border or specimen plant. Fertile, moist, well-drained soil.
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Thuja occ. 'Nigra'
Narrow, pyramidal evergreen conifer. Excellent hedge or screening. Moderate grower.
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Thuja occ. 'Pyramidalis'
Pyramidal, evergreen conifer. Rich green foliage is carried in fan-shaped clusters. Requires fertile, moist, well-drained soil.
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Thuja occ. 'Rheingold'
Compact, cone shaped, evergreen conifer. Bright orange-golden foliage turns coppery gold in winter.
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Thuja occ. 'Rheingold'
Compact, cone shaped, evergreen conifer. Bright orange-golden foliage turns coppery gold in winter.
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Thuja occ. 'Techny'
Evergreen conifer. Leaves remain dark green all year round. Good hedge plant.
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Thuja occ. 'Teddy'
Dwarf, rounded, evergreen conifer. Globe shaped dwarf arborvitae.
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Thuja occ. 'Tiny Tim'
Evergreen conifer; Round. Needled evergreen in the Cupressaceae Family.
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Thuja occ. 'Tom Thumb'
'Tom Thumb' has flattened green foliage. This tight little globe achieves a mature height of 14 inches by 12 inches wide, remaining green all winter.
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Thuja orientalis 'Aurea'
Compact, coniferous evergreen. Golden scale-like leaves arranged in flat, vertical planes. Control leaf blight with copper spray.
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Thuja p. 'Atrovirens'
Pyramidal conifer. Shiny dark green foliage, turns muddy color in winter. Excellent for tall hedges and screens for moist swampy areas.
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Thuja p. 'Excelsa'
Pyramidal conifer. Bright green foliage that discolors in winter.
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Thuja p. 'Hogan' ('Fastigiata')
Evergreen conifer; dense, pyramidal. Green foilage year round.
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Thuja p. 'Virescens'
Pyramidal evergreen conifer. Dark green foliage, holds color well in winter. Tolerates wet, swampy area. Use as a screen or hedge. Excellent for Christmas wreaths and garlands.
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Thuja p. 'Zebrina'
Evergreen conifer. Conical and upright in habit. Green leaves veined with yellow throughout.
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Thuja plicata
Pyramidal evergreen conifer. Dark green foliage, turns drab olive color in winter. Tolerates wet, swampy areas.
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Thuja plicata 'Green Giant'
Pyramidal conifer. Thick, compact privacy screen. Easy to Grow. Drought tolerant, Disease and insect resistant. Fastest Growing Evergreen Conifer.
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Tsuga canadensis
Pyramidal evergreen conifer tree. Dark green, narrow needles have a distinct white band on the undersides. Small cones at the branch tips.
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Tsuga canadensis 'Bennett'
Low spreading coniferous shrub. Fan-shaped branchlets at the tips with light green leaves.
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Tsuga canadensis 'Cole's Prostrate'
Weeping evergreen conifer. The smallest of the weeping Hemlocks. Whitish gnarled bark is exposed adding contrast to the soft green foliage.
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Tsuga canadensis 'Emerald King' (Monen)
Pyramidal evergreen conifer tree. Rich green foilage year round.
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Tsuga canadensis 'Gentsch White'
Dwarf evergreen shrub. White foliage turns to green as they mature. Prefers acid soil, ample moisture; shearing recommended.
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Tsuga canadensis 'Jervis'
Densely branched, coniferous evergreen. Very dark green leaves arranged closely together.
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Tsuga canadensis 'Pendula' (Sargentii)
Weeping evergreen conifer. Green foilage year round.
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Tsuga canadensis 'Pygmaea'
Very slow growing, rounded, upright, mounding coniferous evergreen. Very small, dark green foliage. Good for us in small rock gardens, in containers, or as bonsai. Also known as 'Abott's Pygmy'.
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