Plants of the family Pinaceae

Genus Abies

Abies balsamea

  • Abies balsamea subsp. phanerolepis // Canaan Fir, Bracted Balsam Fir, West Virginia Balsam Fir
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Abies cilicica

  • Abies cilicica // Cilician Fir ("straight species")
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Abies concolor

Abies homolepis

  • Abies homolepis // Nikko Fir ("straight species")
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Abies lasiocarpa

  • Abies lasiocarpa subsp. arizonica // Blue Cork Bark Fir, Cork Fir, Arizona Rocky Mountain Fir
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  • Abies lasiocarpa subsp. arizonica 'Arizonica Glauca' // Blue Cork Bark Fir, Arizona Rocky Mountain Fir
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Abies nordmanniana

Abies pinsapo

Genus Cedrus

Cedrus atlantica

  • Cedrus atlantica 'Blue Cascade' // Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar
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  • Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca' // Blue Atlas Cedar
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Cedrus deodara

Cedrus libani

  • Cedrus libani // Cedar of Lebanon ("straight species")
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  • Cedrus libani 'Beacon Hill' // Beacon Hilll Cedar of Lebanon
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  • Cedrus libani subsp. stenocoma // Hardy Cedar of Lebanon
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Genus Larix

Larix decidua

  • Larix decidua // European Larch ("straight species")
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  • Larix decidua 'Pendula' // Weeping European Larch
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Larix gmelinii

  • Larix gmelinii // Dahurian Larch ("straight species")
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  • Larix gmelinii subsp. olgensis // Olga Bay Dahurian Larch
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  • Larix gmelinii subsp. principis-rupprechtii // Prince Rupprecht Dahurian Larch
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Larix kaempferi

Larix laricina

Larix occidentalis

  • Larix occidentalis // Mountain (Western) Larch, Montana Larch ("straight species")
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Larix sp.

Larix x marschlinsii

  • Larix x marschlinsii // Dunkeld Hybrid Larch ("straight species")
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Genus Picea

Picea abies

A fast growing, tall evergreen tree with an interesting habit and long cones. Read more.

  • Picea abies // Norway Spruce, Common Spruce ("straight species")
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  • Picea abies 'Acrocona' // Acrocona Dwarf Norway Spruce
    A large evergreen shrub/small tree with showy, immature, red cones at branch tips in the spring. Read more.
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  • Picea abies 'Clanbrassiliana' // Lord Clanbrassil's Norway Spruce, Clanbrassiliana Norway Spruce
    A dense, dwarf, tightly branched, conical-mounded spruce with very short needles. Read more.

     

  • Picea abies 'Cupressina' // Columnar Norway Spruce, Cypress Norway Spruce, Cupressina Norway Spruce
    A slender, columnar spruce with upward-swept branches, but also branched to the ground. Read more.
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  • Picea abies 'Nidiformis' // Bird's Nest Spruce, Nest Norway Spruce
    A low, spreading, nest-shaped spruce that works in foundation plantings or containers. Read more.

     

  • Picea abies 'Pendula' // Weeping Norway Spruce
    A unique plant with many forms, tall and weeping if staked upwards in youth, or a groundcover if not. Read more.

     

  • Picea abies 'Pumila' // Dwarf Norway Spruce
    A cold-hardy, rounded to flattened, compact dwarf evergreen for containers, foundation or rock garden plantings. Read more.

     

  • Picea abies 'Pumila Nigra' // Dwarf Dark Norway Spruce, Dwarf Black Norway Spruce
    A dwarf, low-mounded shrub with darker twigs and dark green needles, but light green new growth. Read more.

     

  • Picea abies 'Remontii' // Remontii Norway Spruce, Remonti Norway Spruce, Remont Norway Spruce
    One of the finest conical dwarf spruces, with short, yellowish-green needles. Read more.

     

Picea alcoquiana

  • Picea alcoquiana 'Howell's Dwarf' // Howell's Dwarf Alcock's Spruce, Howell's Dwarf Tigertail Spruce
    The most colorful of all bicolor spruces, this dwarf form has yellowish-green foliage on top and silvery-blue on undersides of branches, plus purplish-red cones. Read more.

     

Picea chihuahuana

An endangered species of tall, evergreen tree with great heat tolerance and silvery-blue needles. Read more.

  • Picea chihuahuana // Chihuahua Spruce, Cahuite, Mexican Spruce ("straight species")
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Picea glauca

An excellent, tough, hardy, long-lived, adaptable evergreen tree with gray-green needles. Read more.

  • Picea glauca // White Spruce, Canadian Spruce ("straight species")
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  • Picea glauca f. conica // Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Dwarf White Spruce
    A conical, extremely dwarf, slow-growing White Spruce used as a specimen or novelty plant. Read more.

     

  • Picea glauca 'Pendula' // Weeping White Spruce
    Tall, narrow, tough evergreen tree with a nice weeping habit, for use as a specimen, screen or windbreak. Read more.
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  • Picea glauca var. densata // Black Hills Spruce, Black Hills White Spruce
    A tough, ornamental, conical evergreen tree tolerant of most conditions. Read more.

     

Picea koraiensis

  • Picea koraiensis // Northern Korean Spruce ("straight species")
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Picea omorika

One of the best, most attractive and most adaptable spruces, with bicolor foliage and red male flowers. Read more.

  • Picea omorika // Serbian Spruce ("straight species")
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  • Picea omorika 'Nana' // Dwarf Serbian Spruce, Nana Serbian Spruce
    A rounded to conical, hardy, tough, dwarf version of the Serbian Spruce. Read more.

     

  • Picea omorika 'Pendula' // Weeping Serbian Spruce
    A tough, durable, handsome, weeping spruce with bicolor foliage. Read more.

     

  • Picea omorika 'Pendula Bruns' // Bruns Weeping Serbian Spruce
    Very narrow, and perhaps the most pendulous Serbian Spruce, a tough, hardy tree with bicolor foliage and showy cones. Read more.

     

Picea orientalis

An excellent, tall, narrow conifer tree that holds its dark green foliage color better than most spruces through the winter. Read more.

  • Picea orientalis // Oriental Spruce, Caucasian Spruce ("straight species")
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  • Picea orientalis 'Gowdy' // Gowdy Oriental Spruce
    A short, very narrow, upright-columnar version of Oriental Spruce with short, glossy, dark green foliage year-round. Mulch to protect roots in winter. Read more.

     

  • Picea orientalis 'Skylands' // Skylands Oriental Spruce
    A beautiful yellow-foliaged, slow-growing, narrow-pyramidal version of the Oriental Spruce. Read more.

     

Picea pungens

A tough, hardy, adaptable, green to bluish needled evergreen tree, more drought-tolerant than other spruces. Read more.

  • Picea pungens // Colorado Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce ("straight species")
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  • Picea pungens 'Fastigiata' // Columnar Colorado Blue Spruce
    A compact, narrow, upright form of Colorado Spruce with good steel-blue foliage. Read more.

     

  • Picea pungens 'Fat Albert' // Fat Albert Colorado Blue Spruce, Fat Albert Spruce
    One of the best blue spruces, with a good blue color and a smaller, stout, broad growth habit compared to the species. Read more.

     

  • Picea pungens 'Globosa' // Globe Dwarf Colorado Blue Spruce
    An excellent, compact, dwarf, rounded, gray-blue Colorado Spruce for smaller landscapes or rock gardens. Read more.

     

  • Picea pungens 'Golden Feathers' // Golden Feathers Colorado Spruce
    An amazing Colorado Spruce that begins each spring with bright yellow new growth, becoming chartreuse, then blue-green. Read more.

     

  • Picea pungens 'Hoopsii' // Hoopsii Colorado Blue Spruce
    The most glaucous silver to bluish-white needled, best-growing and best choice of all the different Colorado Blue Spruces. Read more.

     

  • Picea pungens 'Lou's Blue' // Lou's Blue Colorado Spruce
    A tough, cold-hardy, slow-growing spruce with sharp, attractive, bluish needles. Read more.

     

  • Picea pungens 'Pendula' // Weeping Colorado Blue Spruce
    A dwarf, blue, weeping spruce if trained upwards, or a sprawling, mounding groundcover if not vertically trained in youth. Read more.

     

Picea wilsonii

  • Picea wilsonii // Wilson's Spruce ("straight species")
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Genus Pinus

Pinus aristata

A unique, shrubby evergreen tree for use in small spaces or bonsai. Read more.

  • Pinus aristata // Bristlecone Pine, Rocky Mountain Bristlecone Pine, Hickory Pine ("straight species")
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Pinus armandii

A beautiful pine tree with huge cones. Does best in protected sunny areas, and is good for larger landscapes. Read more.

  • Pinus armandii // David's Pine, Chinese White Pine, Armand's Pine ("straight species")
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Pinus ayacahuite

Fast growing pine tree, similar Eastern White Pine, with long, resinous cones. Read more.

  • Pinus ayacahuite // Mexican White Pine, Ayacahuite Pine ("straight species")
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Pinus bungeana

Excellent evergreen tree with showy, exfoliating bark. Becomes picturesque with age. Read more.

Pinus densiflora

Large pine tree with an irregular, leaning habit and showy reddish-brown bark. Read more.

  • Pinus densiflora 'Oculus-Draconis' // Dragon-eye Pine, Dragon-eye Japanese Red Pine, Dragon-eye Tanyosho Pine
    A very showy, small to medium sized pine tree with stunning, reddish-orange, papery, exfoliating bark and fantastic foliage, with alternating green and yellow bands of color on the needles, yielding the "dragon-eye" appearance when viewed from above. Read more.
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  • Pinus densiflora 'Pendula' // Weeping Tanyosho Pine
    This beautiful, weeping form may either be used prostrate to drape over rock walls and raised planters, or trained vertically to make an interesting weeping specimen. Read more.

     

  • Pinus densiflora 'Umbraculifera' // Umbrella Pine, Tanyosho Pine, Japanese Umbrella Pine
    A small, often multi-stemmed tree, becoming quite picturesque as it ages into a large open umbrella shape, each trunk exfoliating with papery, reddish-orange bark. Read more.

     

Pinus densiflora x sylvestris

A hybrid of Japanese Red Pine and Scotch Pine featuring flaky orange bark as it ages. Read more.

  • Pinus densiflora x sylvestris // Hybrid Pine (Japanese Red Pine x Scotch Pine) ("straight species")
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Pinus flexilis

Bluish-green evergreen tree that holds up well to winter's cold. Young branches are tough and very flexible. Read more.

  • Pinus flexilis // Limber Pine ("straight species")
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  • Pinus flexilis 'Extra Blue' // Extra Blue Limber Pine
    Intensely blue needles. Smaller than species, to 25' tall. Read more.

     

Pinus heldreichii

A beautiful evergreen, resembling Austrian Pine. Extremely long-lived, with some specimens in its native range reportedly upwards of 1,000 years old. Read more.

  • Pinus heldreichii subsp. leucodermis // Bosnian Pine, White-barked Bosnian pine
    Has bark that is light gray to whitish bark, more so than the species. Read more.

     

Pinus koraiensis

A beautiful evergreen tree, cold-hardy and very adaptable to site conditions. Read more.

  • Pinus koraiensis // Korean Pine ("straight species")
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  • Pinus koraiensis 'Silver Ray' // Silver Ray Korean Pine
    Upright-columnar to upright-pyramidal growth habit Rich, blue-green needles have bright silver-white bands on the reverse side. Read more.

     

Pinus mugo

This pine species is highly variable in shape and size, from a sprawling shrub to an 80' tree, depending on the variety selected. Read more.

  • Pinus mugo var. mugo // Mugo Pine, Swiss Mountain Pine, European Mountain Pine, Dwarf Mountain Pine
    A low-growing, compact variety usually less than 8' tall, and often used for foundation plantings. Read more.

     

Pinus nigra

A dark green, very hardy pine tree. However, not recommended because of severe problems with Diplodia Tip Blight fungus. Read more.

Pinus parviflora

An excellent, picturesque, evergreen tree with bluish-green foliage. Read more.

  • Pinus parviflora // Japanese White Pine ("straight species")
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  • Pinus parviflora 'Early Cone' // Early Cone Japanese White Pine, Early Cones Japanese White Pine
    A dwarf, upright tree, featuring large, blue-green cones formed in large quantities, beginning at an early age. Read more.

     

  • Pinus parviflora 'Glauca' // Blue Japanese White Pine
    Picturesque, wide-spreading, irregular-branched tree with glaucous blue-green foliage. Read more.

     

  • Pinus parviflora 'Glauca Brevifolia' // Short Needled Blue Japanese White Pine
    Smaller than the species, only 20-40' tall and 15-25' wide, with an open habit. Read more.

     

Pinus peuce

Medium-sized evergreen tree, with a narrow-pyramidal to columnar shape. Read more.

  • Pinus peuce 'Glauca' // Blue Macedonian Pine, Blue Balkan Pine
    Upright pyramidal form with twisted, silvery-blue needles. Read more.

     

Pinus rigida

A tough evergreen tree suited to poor soils and tough sites. Read more.

Pinus strobus

A tall, fast-growing evergreen tree with long, soft needles. Susceptible to many problems in unfavorable sites. Read more.

Pinus strobus x ayacahuite

  • Pinus strobus x ayacahuite 'Domingo' // Domingo Hybrid White Pine
    A medium-sized evergreen tree with showy, bluish needles. Read more.
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Pinus sylvestris

A medium-sized evergreen tree, with flaky, orange bark and twisted, blue-green needles in pairs. Read more.

  • Pinus sylvestris 'Glauca Nana' // Dwarf Blue Scotch Pine, Dwarf Scotch Pine, Blue Globe Scotch Pine
    A dwarf, compact, rounded form dense, horizontal branches & twisted, blue-green needles. Read more.
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Pinus taeda

A very fast-growing, long-needle pine native to the Southeastern U.S. Read more.

Pinus virginiana

A medium-height evergreen tree that tolerates clay soils and drought, KY native. Read more.

  • Pinus virginiana 'Wate's Golden' // Wate's Golden Virginia Pine
    Smaller pine tree with green needles changing to yellow-gold in the late fall through winter - a good winter accent plant. Read more.

     

Pinus wallichiana

A beautiful, specimen evergreen tree to 50' tall where soils are acid, organic and well-drained, and where wind and cold are not severe. Read more.

  • Pinus wallichiana 'Zebrina' // Zebrina Himalayan Pine, Zebrina Bhutan Pine, Blue Pine
    A shorter evergreen tree with showy variegated foliage that is banded green and gold. Read more.

     

Genus Pseudolarix

Pseudolarix amabilis

Genus Pseudotsuga

Pseudotsuga menziesii

  • Pseudotsuga menziesii // Douglasfir ("straight species")
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  • Pseudotsuga menziesii 'Mossman Pendula' // Weeping Douglasfir
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Genus Tsuga

Tsuga canadensis

  • Tsuga canadensis // Canadian (Eastern) Hemlock ("straight species")
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  • Tsuga canadensis 'Albospica' // White Tipped Canadian (Eastern) Hemlock
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  • Tsuga canadensis 'Fantana' // Fantana Canadian (Eastern) Hemlock
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  • Tsuga canadensis 'Sargentii' // Sargentii Canadian (Eastern) Hemlock
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Tsuga diversifolia

  • Tsuga diversifolia // Northern Japanese Hemlock ("straight species")
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