Native Conifers

  • Oldfield Common Juniper is a Wisconsin native groundcover evergreen. It's a cold hardy, shrubby evergreen which inhabits the sandy hills of the Kettle…

  • Iowa Juniper is a slow-growing, narrow, and pyramidal evergreen that grows 10 to 15 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide. Dense when young, the blue-green f…

  • Mountbatten Juniper is a wonderful dwarf conifer with a symmetrical, pyramidal, and dense habit. Multi-stemmed and growing up to 12 to 15 feet tall wi…

  • Tamarack is a beautiful Wisconsin native deciduous conifer. Unlike most evergreens and conifers, Tamarack loses its needles each winter season. It has…

  • Gracefully pyramidal in youth, Canadian Hemlock becomes pendulously pyramidal and open with age. Light yellow-green spring growth changes to a lustrou…

  • One of our most beautiful native pines, Eastern White Pine is a gentle giant playing a large role in Wisconsin's history. When planting in an appropri…

  • Northern White Cedar is a beautiful native evergreen that appreciates cool, rich, moist, alkaline soils. It is often used as an evergreen screen due t…

  • Red Pine is an evergreen, native to Wisconsin, the Midwest, the northeastern United States, and Canada. This tree thrives in acidic soils on the hills…

  • Pinus banksiana, the Jack Pine, is one of Wisconsin's three native pine trees, home to our northern dry forests, sandy plains, and sandy savannas. Thi…

  • Eastern Red Cedar is a hardy evergreen native to much of the eastern United States. Commonly found in rocky, dry soil it is best to simply leave it be…

  • White Spruce is a moderately fast-growing native spruce with a broad, conical form. Its needles are an attractive blue-green, contrasting with its sma…

  • Balsam Fir is a large growing coniferous tree with a symmetrical, pyramidal to conical form with a spire-like crown. Balsam Fir has the widest native …

  • Creeping Juniper is an evergreen native to sandy areas in Wisconsin, namely along the dunes of Lake Michigan, the central sand counties, and along the…

  • Black Spruce (Picea mariana) is a cold climate tree native to Wisconsin and found mostly in the northern third of the state, concentrated inwards towa…