Conifers
  Fir - Balsam    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 1a
Have a year around Christmas scent in your yard. Grows 30-40 ft. Provincial Tree of New Brunswick
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  Larch - Eastern (Tamarack)    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 1a
A very hardy, moderately slow growing native species that sheds its needles each fall. Grows 50-70 ft. It is the territorial tree of the Northwest Territories
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  Larch - Siberian    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 2b
A very attractive, fast growing tree with a pyramidal shape Excellent shelterbelt tree Grows 70 ft.
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  Pine - Jack    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 1a
The smallest native pine. Grows 40 - 60 ft.
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  Pine - Lodge Pole    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone zone 1a
Tall, straight and fast growing, it makes an ideal shelterbelt tree. This the Provincial Tree of Alberta
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  Pine - Ponderosa    Details of product    Zone 3a
A beautiful tree with ascending branches and very long bright green needles
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  Pine - Red    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 2
Our fastest growing pine tree - up to four feet per year. Clusters of long, dark- green needles. Grows to 75 feet
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  Pine - Scots    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 2b
Most popular ornamental pine Grows up to 50 ft.
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  Spruce - Black    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 1a
Good spruce for wet areas. Grows 30-50 ft. This the provincial tree of Newfoundland.
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  Spruce - Colorado Blue    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 2b
Needles are a very attractive bluish color. Popular landscaping tree. Grows 50-65 ft.
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  Spruce - White    Details of product Photohraphs of product    Zone 1a
White spruce is very adaptable to many different climatic and soil conditions. It is the provincial tree of Manitoba Grows 40-60 ft.
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