Flowering Pear – Pyrus calleryana

Flowering Pear

Flowering Pear trees are popular in the Hudson Valley.  Prolific white blooms fill this ornamental pear tree which almost looks like the tree is covered in snow.  When flowering ends the white petals drift off of the tree through the air like a late spring snowfall.  Flowering pear also has a brilliant Autumn color showing…

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Weeping Cherry – Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’

Weeping Cherry

Beautiful graceful slender branches produce abundant pink flowers in early spring.  Weeping Cherry is a very nice plant for the landscape and can be used as an anchor tree for the corner of your home.  Plant approximately 10-12 ft. of the corner of the foundation to allow for spacing.  You can also plant this small…

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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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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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Norway Spruce – Picea abies

Norway Spruce

The go-to evergreen tree for privacy screening in the Hudson Valley.  Norway Spruce is a good choice combining fast growing evergreen coverage and excellent deer resistance. This spruce can be planted in tough locations.  Norway Spruce has proven itself over the decades and is a good choice for screening out unsightly views. <back to evergreen…

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