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PHOTOS OF EVERGREEN TREES

Photographs of evergreen trees that are commonly used to provide lawn and landscape areas with a year round range of colors, textures and heights. Our photos include the most popular Cedar, Cypress, Hemlock, Holly, Spruce and Pine. Due to the ongoing expansion of our tree photo library, you will find our tree photos divided among 5 tree photo web pages.

INDEX OF TREE PHOTOS

PHOTOS OF EVERGREEN TREES
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Candicans White Fir

 

ABIES concolor 'Candicans'
Candicans White Fir
Soft needles with outstanding bluish-white color and texture make this tree a nice specimen. Slow, narrow growth habit to 30-feet tall x 12-feet wide. Full sun.
  
Blue Atlas Cedar

 

CEDRUS atlantica 'Glauca'
Blue Atlas Cedar
Grow in sun to partial shade. Fast growth to 80 ft tall x 40 ft wide. Unique tufts of silver-blue needles on spiked branches. Only cold hardy to Zone 6.
  
Golden Hinoki Falsecypress CHAMAECYPARIS obtusa
'Aurea'

Golden Hinoki Falsecypress
Pyramidal evergreen with drooping gold and dark green foliage. Slow growth to 40 ft tall x 15 ft wide.
Hinoki False Cypress

 

Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Gracilus'

  

Chamaecyparis foliage

CHAMAECYPARIS obtusa
'Gracilis'

Hinoki False Cypress
Excellent evergreen specimen for the home landscape or garden.
Slow pyramidal growth to 10 ft.
  
Weeping Alaskan Cedar

 

CHAMAECYPARIS nootkatensis
'Pendula'
Weeping Alaskan Cedar
Graceful weeping evergreen foliage makes this fast growing tree very popular. Plant to allow room for growth. Branches make nice fresh-cut decorative Christmas greens.
Height to 35 ft. with a 20 ft. spread.
  
  
Boulevard Cypress

  

CHAMAECYPARIS pisifera
Boulevard Cypress
Cone shaped conifer with silver-blue foliage. Slow to moderate growth to 10 feet tall x 5 feet wide.
  
Cryptomeria

  

CRYPTOMERIA japonica 'Yoshino'
Yashino Japanese Cedar
Pyramidal growth with loose, open evergreen foliage. Light green fragrant needles. Growth to 40 ft tall x 20 ft wide.
  

 
Gold Leyland Cypress

 

CUPRESSOCYPARIS x leylandii 'Gold Rider'
Golden Leyland Cypress
Slow growing with a dense pyramidal shape. Bright gold foliage toward the branch tips. Partial shade to full sun.
   
Oak Leaf Holly

  

Oak Leaf Holly foliage

ILEX hybrida 'Oak Leaf'
Oak Leaf™ Holly
Vertically growing, columnar Holly that widens some with age. Growth to 18 foot height and 8 foot width. Hardiness zones 6 - 9. Grow in full to partial sun.
 
Dragon Lady Holly

Dragon Lady holly leaves are extremely sharp!

  

ILEX x meserveae 'Dragon Lady'
Dragon Lady Holly
Grow in sun to partial shade. Slow growth to 15 ft tall x 5 ft wide.
  
Extremely sharp points on the leaves!
  
Holly tree

 

ILEX opaca 
American Holly
Slow growing, pyramidal shaped evergreen, with growth to 45 ft tall x 25 ft wide. Takes well to shearing, which can be used to control its size. Must have both a male and female for berry production.
  
Columnar Hetz Juniper

 

JUNIPERUS chinensis 'Hetzii Columnaris'
Columnar Hetz Juniper
Grow in full sun. Fast growing to 15 ft tall x 6 ft wide. Shear foliage to maintain a more compact shape. Drought resistant.
  
Wichita Blue Juniper

 

JUNIPERUS scopulorum 'Wichita Blue'
Wichita Blue Juniper
Upright evergreen known for its bright blue foliage. Grow in full sun. Fast growth to 16 ft tall x 8 ft wide.
Norway Spruce

Sheared Norway Spruce

PICEA abies
Norway Spruce
Fast growing evergreen that makes a good screen or specimen when sheared like the tree pictured. Tolerant of more shade than other Spruces and somewhat deer resistant. Good replacement for the overplanted White Pine since it keeps better shape without annual shearing.
   

 

 Dwarf Alberta Spruce

 

PICEA glauca 'Conica'
Dwarf Alberta Spruce
Slow, compact growth to 12 ft tall and 5 ft wide. Hardy and needing little maintenance. Watch for off-color foliage indicating spider mites.
   
Blue Spruce

Fat Albert Blue Spruce
   'Fat Albert'

  

PICEA pungens glauca
Colorado Blue Spruce
From the standard Colorado Blue Spruce variety, to the true blue 'Hoopsii' and semi-dwarf 'Fat Albert' cultivars, this species is hard to beat for its hardiness and steel blue foliage year round. And deer don't like it!  Moderate rate of growth.
'Fat Albert' cultivar grows to 15 ft tall with the standard Colorado Blue to over 60 ft tall. Light shearing will help create a denser 'Christmas tree shape' and control size.
    
Sester Dwarf Colorado Blue Spruce PICEA pungens ‘Sester Dwarf’
Sester Dwarf Colorado Blue Spruce
Slow broad upright growth gives it a conical form that requires very little trimming. Brilliant blue needles. Zone 2 hardiness. Likes full sun. 
Dragon's Eye Pine

Needles of the Dragon's Eye Pine

 

PINUS densiflora 'Oculus Draconis'
Dragon's Eye Pine
Grow in full sun. Unusual green needles with yellow bands. Slow to moderate growth into an irregular pyramidal shape. Used as a accent tree in the landscape.
  
Pine tree

 

PINUS flexilis 'Vanderwolf's Pyramid'
Vanderwolf Pine
Silver-green evergreen needles.
Moderate growth rate-- shorten new growth in June to keep shapely and compact. (Photographed Pine has been sheared annually - see Candles)
   
Austrian Pine

  

PINUS nigra
Austrian Pine
Broadly pyramidal evergreen with moderate growth to 50 ft tall x 30 ft wide.
  

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Japanese White Pine

  

Pinus parviflora needles

PINUS parviflora glauca
Japanese White Pine
Slow growth to 50 foot height and width. Interesting needles and growth habit. Plant in full sun with good drainage.
  
Columnar White Pine PINUS stobus 'Fastigiata'
Columnar White Pine
Upright, narrow form of White Pine with soft bluish-green evergreen foliage. Moderate rate of growth to 30 ft tall x 10 ft wide makes it a good choice for narrow screens.
  
Weeping White Pine

  

PINUS stobus 'Pendula'
Weeping White Pine
Excellent specimen plant with soft bluish-green evergreen foliage and moderate, weeping growth habit. Height determined by training of the leader, usually seen around 15 ft tall.
  
Japanese Black Pine

 

PINUS thunbergii 'Thunderhead'
Dwarf Japanese Black Pine
Many varieties of Japanese Black Pine are used for bonsai. Prefers full sun. Tolerant of dry, salty conditions. This variety of Japanese Black Pine is known for its white candles at the branch tips.
  
Douglas Fir

  

PSEUDOTSUGA menziesii
Douglas Fir
Evergreen that prefers moist, acid soil. Open, narrow, pyramidal habit with drooping lower branches bearing gray-green needles.
  
Japanese Umbrella Pine

  

SCIADOPITYS verticillata
Japanese Umbrella Pine
Slow growing and very expensive evergreen tree with unusual foliage.
Emerald Green Arborvitae

  

THUJA occidentalis 'Emerald'
Emerald Green Arborvitae
Fast growth to 15 ft tall x 4 ft wide. Emerald-green foliage holds its color well through winter.
  
Green Giant Arborvitae THUJA plicata 'Green Giant'
Green Giant Arborvitae
Fast growing (12"- 24" per year) pyramidal arborvitae that is resistant to deer browsing. No serious pest or disease problems. Pa. Horticultural Society Gold Medal Plant Award in 1998
Photo: Five 'Green Giant' Arborvitaes create a privacy screen between a deck and neig
hboring patio.
  
Pennsylvania State Tree - Hemlock

 

TSUGA canadensis
Canadian Hemlock
[Pennsylvania State Tree]
Pyramidal conifer with graceful arching branches.
Tolerates shearing well.  Moderate growth to 60 ft without shearing.
Sun or shade with good drainage. (Hemlock in photo has been kept sheared)
    
Weeping Hemlock

  

TSUGA canadensis pendula
Weeping Canadian Hemlock
Excellent specimen plant with wide spreading, weeping branches. Slow to moderate growth to 20 ft tall x 35 ft wide. Prefers acid soil that is moist, yet well-drained.

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