Each item has a short description, but for photos and more information about a specific tree click the name of that tree, and it will take you to a more detailed PDF about it. You can call 515-991-6617 or 515-554-5292 to check on the availability of individual trees.
- Black Hills Spruce (Picea glauca ‘Densata’) - One of the smaller spruce trees when full grown, the Black Hills Spruce will only get a 10' - 15' spread. It can fit about anywhere, and the dark blue green needles of this tree are amazing. If you are looking to do a windbreak, or have a statement stand alone tree, the Black Hills Spruce easily fills that void.
- Colorado Spruce (Picea Pungens) - The slower-growing evergreen of the bunch, but for some, that is desired. Slow growth means they stay compact and dense and won't outgrow their space anytime soon. And who can argue the beauty of their blue green needles, which contrast brilliantly against other greens in the landscape.
- Dwarf Alberta Spruce (Picea glauca ‘Conica’) - The Dwarf Alberta Spruce is a very small ornamental evergreen. Reaching a height of only 5' - 8' tall makes it an ideal choice for many different landscape designs. It offers extremely dense needles and a nice pyrimidal shape.
- Norway Spruce (Picea abies) - The Norway Spruce is a beautiful fast growing evergreen that maintains a deep green color year round. The Norway Spruce grows in a pyramidal pattern, and is distinguished by its four sided needles.
- Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) - The Douglas Fir is a popular evergreen that offers softer needles than most evergreen varieties. It grows to a large height, but does not have a huge spread to it allowing it to fit into places where other evergreens cannot.