Canadian Hemlock

Tsuga Canadensis

One of the more shade-tolerant evergreens, the eastern hemlock has many uses as a specimen, sheared as a hedge, or planted for screening. Native to the eastern United States, the hemlock resembles a large Christmas tree with its broadly pyramidal, pendulous branches and fine, dark-green needles on widely spaced branches that give it a delicate, lacy feel. The tree even has abundant brown cones that hang from branches like small ornaments. 

General Information:

Mature Height:  40-70 Feet
Mature Width:  25-35 Feet

Flower Color:  N/A
Fall Color:  Evergreen

Soil Type:

Dry Mesic, Moist

Exposure:

Full Shade, Partial Shade 

Bloom Period:

Spring

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