Browning on the needles / foliage of Spruce, Pine and Arborvitae is just beginning to show up as the snowbanks melt away. While this damage is not very nice to look at as it becomes more evident with each passing, day, it may not mean that your evergreen tree is dead.
Have you been hoping to find an evergreen tree that won't outgrow a modest sized space, look really nice year round, is very resistant to winter burn, has tough medium length needles, can tolerate extreme cold and relentless winter … Continue Reading ››
Some of the very best evergreen trees for fall planting are certain spruce, pine and arborvitae varieties that are quite resistant to winterburn. Black Hills Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce, Meyer Spruce and Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce all seem to come through the winter in … Continue Reading ››
Wintergreen Arborvitae are hard to beat for applications where a tall, hardy, dark green, fast growing privacy screen or windbreak is important to make the function and feel of a landscape just right. Plant Wintergreen Arborvitae in a continuous straight or curving row, or group them in staggered clusters that are sited in the foreground … Continue Reading ››