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<em>Thuja occidentalis</em> 'DeGroot's Spire.' This picture was taken in Michigan during the ACS tour in 2000. | Photo by Ken Church

' This picture was taken in Michigan during the ACS tour in narrow upright very fastigiate form of Eastern arborvitae with medium-green, twisted foliage

Cupressina Columnar Norway Spruces Specifications | Picea abies 'Cupressina' by Hickory Hollow Nursery and Garden Center

Picea abies Cupressina: Deer Resistant The narrow, fastigiate form of Cupressina is in high demand for urban and boundry plantings where storng vertical accents are required. This selection grows quite quickly.

Kigi Nursery - Picea abies ' Cobra ' Weeping Creeping Norway Spruce, $25.00 (http://www.kiginursery.com/spruces/copy-of-picea-abies-pendula-weeping-norway-spruce-1/)

Picea abies ' Cobra ' Weeping Creeping Norway Spruce

Picea abies 'Cobra' Weeping Creeping Norway Spruce, great new seedling selection from Iseli Nursery each plant has its own wildly unique character that combines the ground-covering qualities of its pa

thuja occidentalis `Linesville' - Conifers › Arborvitae | Maplestone Ornamentals

Small in stature as a mature plant, another modern edge/hedge solution requiring no pruning!

Dig a Trench   | How to Plant a Privacy Hedge | This Old House Mobile

How to Plant a Privacy Hedge

Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis) - mature width, plant 3 to 4 feet apart. Measure the height and width of the largest root ball. Then use spray paint to mark out a trench that is two to three times wider and 2 inches shallower than the root ball.

Nice look. Not the right plants for zone 10, sadly, but pinning for shape. Check out this backyard landscaping idea and more great tips on @worthminer

55 Backyard Landscaping Ideas You'll Fall in Love With

I will do this grouping of three in one photo. All three are approximately the same age and planted at the same time. 2002. I would guess they are all close to 15 years old. Left to right: Pinus strobus 'Horstford', Pinus mugo 'Zundert' and Picea pungens 'St. Marys Broom'. Dave Pinus strobus 'Horstf...

Info in title Pinus strobus 'Horstford' . This selection has an exceptionally bright gold winter color and distinctively long needles. Lower and denser growth habit than 'Pumilio'. Mary's Broom' An

Picea abies 'Aurea Magnifica' (Magnificent Golden Norway Spruce) in late spring after rain | Flickr

Picea abies 'Aurea Magnifica' (Magnificent Golden Norway Spruce) in late spring after rain. Keep to 8 - 12 ft.

<em>Thuja occidentalis</em> 'Smaragd' This arborvitae cultivar from Denmark is obviously of superior ornamental value. Few plants become such popular `commodity' plants in such a short period of time. Deservedly popular because of the narrow, uniform habit and glossy green color in summer and winter. | Photo by Iseli Nursery, Inc.

Arb - Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd' narrow, uniform habit and glossy green color in summer and winter.

'AUTUMN MOON' Japanese Maple - Acer Shirasawanum: 6' tall in 10 yrs. Zone 5-9. Spring foliage is an unusual pink orange color with an underlying shade of chartruese green. Colors up nicely in full sun with more orange. Very showy maple. More hardy and vigorous than the Full Moon Maple A. s. 'Aureum'. Fall color is a rich orange and red. This small tree seems to stand heat well. Sun /part shade.

Will tuck in nicely as an understory tree to the existing pines and offer beauty and anticipation when pulling into the garage .

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