You will be almost as happy as your customers with these evergreens!

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Pinus bungeana is a beautiful evergreen with soft textured green needles. This tree features exfoliating bark that reveals patches of white, green, and purple interior bark. Pinus strobus ‘Pendula’ is a weeping form of pine with long drooping branches. This works great as an accent plant or even a centerpiece for the landscape.
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Picea Abies is a broad vigorous spruce with bright green foliage. It is best to plant this where it can stretch a bit with a mature height of about 150′ tall! Picea glauca Conica, more commonly known as Dwarf Alberta Spruce, has a small stature getting to be only about 5′ tall and maintaining its shape with minimal trimming.
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Picea pungens ‘Bakeri’ and Picea pungens ‘Hoopsi’ are both beautiful zone 3 blue spruce. Bakeri will finish around a mature height of 30′ and Hoopsi will finish around 25′. Both of these make a great addition to the landscape.
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Picea P glauca Slenderina Pendula and Weeping Norway spruce both present their own attitude with their spreading, drooping branches that reach in different directions. No two plants are exactly the same.