Evergreens

BOLD means new or just new to us; Wd-well drained; M-moist; W-woodland; Hr-humus rich; DH-deadhead; P-poor; S-sandy; Ps-part shade; X-excellent; Gc- ground cover; N-neutral; A-acid; Alk-alkaline; ^-winter protection; Lm-leaf Mould; F-fertile; Mt-moisture retentive

Evergreens 2021
Species Culture
Chamaecyparis n Glauca sun/wdPs/M/slightly A-33'x10'w,X specimen tree,Pyramidal;pendulous tips Flat sprays of blue-green, scale-like foliage $129.99
Chamaecyparis p Golden Mops sun/wdPs/M/slightly A- 5'- forming a globose to conical, shrub, dense golden threads over time; gracefully drooping, $29.99
Chamaecyparis p Kings Gold sun/wdPs/M/slightly A-5'x5'-a compact, mounding, dwarf, threadleaf variety with golden yellow foliage. $46.99
Juniperus c Mint Julep sun/wd/S/typically grows 4-5’ tall and 4-8’ wide over the first 10 years. Mint green; Vase shaped $49.99
Juniperus h Wiltoni sun/wd/S/-1'- creeping shrub has a prostrat formand dense steel blue foliage $46.99
Juniperus s Calgary Carpet sun/wd/S/-2'x7'w-dense multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with a ground-hugging habit of growth. delicate texture $59.99
Juniperus v Blue Arrow sun/wd/S/-reaches 10' in 10 years; shorter than Sky Rocket-narrow form; columinar $69.99
Picea a Nidiformis sun/wd-Birdsnest- beautiful foliage; dwarf, spreading shrub adorned with a depression in the middle of its flat top. $69.99
Picea p Globosa sun/wd-5'x6'w- is a dwarf, broadly pyramidal, densely branched, evergreen shrub with rigid, silvery blue needles. $99.99
Pinus mugo Pumilio sun-4' x 8'w...-Mugho-Bog or creeping Pine-slow growing; beautiful foliage $49.99
Taxus m Hicksii sun-18'- dense shrub of narrowly columnar habit when young, becoming wider with age; does well with pruning $29.99
Thuja o Danica sun-ps/M/wd-2 x2'-light bright green foliage grows densley in vertical sprays; extremely slow growing $29.99
Thuja o Pancake sun-ps/M/wd-1 x4'w- dwarf, slow-growing sage green with a distinctive mounding habit and soft textured foliage. $59.99
the browning on Cedars could be mites[usually twds front of the limb looks thin & on the new growth.use Safers End-All-spring & fall.All cedars should have Lime spring & fall, no matter the age-Water well into fall. All cedars are heavy feeders & should be fed every 3 weeks with 20-20-20(the blue stuff,dissolves in water) until the end of July

 

Helpful Hint: the browning on Cedars could be mites[usually towards the front of the limb looks thin & on the new growth, use Safers End-All-spring & fall.

If browning is on inside of limb & older growth, it could be too thick growth-All cedars should have Lime spring & fall, no matter the age-Water well into fall. All cedars are heavy feeders & should be fed every 3 weeks with 20-20-20(the blue stuff,dissolves in water)up until the end of July OR you can use a dry fertilizer for the first feed in the early spring( a proper tree & shrub fertilizer) & then continue with 20-20-20 as above, every 3 weeks