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  • Juniper, Woodward

    Juniperus scopulorum ‘Woodward’ Ht 12-20 ft, Spd 2-4 ft. Full sun, low water needs (xeric). A selection from the Cheyenne Experimental Station that is very columnar in habit.

  • Fir, Corkbark

    Abies lasiocarpa arizonica Ht 50-90 ft, Spd 15 ft. Full sun to part shade, low to moderate water needs. Can grow over a wide range in the Western US. They are also known as Rocky Mountain or Alpine Fir. The silver-gray needles are usually 1-1 ½ inches long and typically point upward. The bark is creamy white and cork-like. As younger trees they are more openly branched, filling in as they mature. These trees tolerate heavy snow, and do well in windy locations. Prefers well drained soils, and will tolerate dry conditions. The Corkbark can grow as tall as 100’. A comparable tree to the Colorado Blue Spruce in shape and color.

  • Fir, Subalpine

    Abies lasiocarpa arizonica, Ht. 50-90ft., Spd. 15 ft. Low to Moderate Water Needs. Full Sun to Part Shade.Can grow over a wide range in the Western US. They are also known as Rocky Mountain or Alpine Fir. The silver-gray needles are usually 1-1 ½ inches long and typically point upward. The bark is creamy white and cork-like. As younger trees they are more openly branched, filling in as they mature. These trees tolerate heavy snow, and do well in windy locations. Prefers well drained soils, and will tolerate dry conditions. The Corkbark can grow as tall as 100’. A comparable tree to the Colorado Blue Spruce in shape and color.

  • Fir, White

    Abies concolor Ht 70 ft, Spd 25 ft. Full sun or part shade, moderate water. Normally deer resistant. Large conical evergreen with 1½”-2½” long, soft bluish-green needles, brightened in spring by very blue new growth. A softer textured plant that offers a change from the much planted Colorado Spruce. Grows best when protected, but adapts well to varying conditions. It will not grow as well in heavy clay soil.

  • Juniper, Blue Point

    Juniperus chinensis ‘Blue Point’ Ht 8 ft, Spd 4 ft. Full sun, low water needs (xeric). Keeps its natural broad, pyramidal shape without shearing. Reaches a height of about half of most other uprights.

  • Juniper, Cologreen

    Juniperus scopulorum ‘Cologreen’ Ht 16-20 ft, Spd 8-12 ft. Full sun, low water needs (xeric). Soft, scale-like foliage with medium green color that holds through the winter. Compact habit with dense branching and strong terminal leader. Selected from Colorado

  • Juniper, Medora

    Juniperus scopulorum ‘medora’ Ht. 16-20ft., Spd. 4-5ft. Full Sun. Low water needs (xeric). Slower growing juniper with narrow columnar habit that keeps its shape without pruning. Dense, bluish-green foliage. A male clone from the Badlands of South Dakota.

  • Juniper, Moonglow

    Juniperus scopulorum ‘Moonglow’ Ht 16-20 ft, Spd 8-12 ft. Full sun, low water needs (xeric). Broad pyramidal form. Very showy, bright silver-blue color.

  • Juniper, Rocky Mountain

    Juniperus scopulorum Ht 20-40 ft, Spd 3-15 ft. Full sun, low water needs (xeric). Typically a pyramidal tree, but can also be vase-like, or a mounding shrub with multiple stems. The color varies from dark green to bluish-green. A greater amount of variability, though, can occur in its winter color. Withstands drought conditions very well. Ubiquitous throughout the Rockies. Many named cultivars available.

  • Juniper, Skyrocket

    Juniperus scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’ Ht 15-20 ft, Spd 3-4 ft. Full sun, low water needs (xeric). Blue-gray foliage on vertically growing branches that create a columnar form. Suitable for planting where space is limited. Can sometimes broaden with age.

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