White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis)

White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis)

White Cedar leaves form fragrant, soft, fan like sprays. This unique leaf form makes this a good choice for windbreaks and snow fences. White Cedar is a mid-sized tree with a cone-shaped crown. Its primary habitat is peat swamp but it also grows in moist uplands. It...
Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea)

Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea)

Balsam Fir are frequently grown as Christmas trees due to their symmetrical, slender, pyramid shape. Their needles are short and flat but soft and fragrant. The Balsam Fir thrives in cool, damp places with moist upland soils. It has large, upright cones. While...