Canadian Hemlock – Tsuga canadensis

Canadian Hemlock

Canadian Hemlock is a large growing evergreen that can be planted in sun or shaded conditions.  This native tree is found throughout the Hudson Valley.  The soft needles of the Hemlock have an attractive weeping habit.  You will need to protect this tree from deer grazing.  If you do have high deer populations, Norway Spruce…

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Green Giant Arborvitae – Thuja plicata ‘Green Giant’

Green Giant Arborvitae

Green Giant Arborvitae is a good choice for creating Privacy Screening in the Hudson Valley.  This Arborvitae has good deer resistance and his highly sought after.   Can see how this evergreen tree creates a solid wall of green here.   I would caution that you still monitor Green Giant Arborvitae in the winter time to…

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White Pine – Pinus strobus

Whit Pine

White Pine is another good selection for creating privacy screening along your homes property line.  Like most evergreen trees you should space pine every 10-15 ft. for screening. White pine once established are easy to care for.  During hard winters and high deer populations we recommend that you use deer netting to control grazing. A…

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Globe Blue Spruce – Picea pungens ‘Globosa’

Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce

Globe Blue Spruce is a low mounding evergreen specimen.  You can use the the Globe Blue Spruce to add a punch of color in your landscape beds and create a focal point in your gardens.  I like to pair this spruce with burgundy foliage plants like Wine and Roses Weigela , Crimson Pygmy Barberry and…

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Colorado Blue Spruce – Picea glauca

Colorado Blue Spruce

Add some color in your landscape.  Colorado Blue Spruce grows well in the Hudson Valley so give this spruce tree a little room on your property.  You can also use Colorado Blue Spruce for privacy screening along your property line.  Colorado Spruce is moderately deer resistant and in hard winters with high deer populations, they…

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