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Attracts Butterflies
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Deer Resistant
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Soil Tolerant
Cold Tolerant
Drought Tolerant
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Mon, 01/27/2014 - 14:33 -- moderator
Cedar, "Baby Bear"
Thuja occidentalis 'Skinner's'
Baby Bear is a dwarf upright cedar with rich green foliage. It keeps a uniform shape and does not need pruning.
Mature Width: 
2 - 3'
Mature Height: 
5 - 6'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers a moist, well-drained location with shelter from the afternoon sun in winter
Mon, 01/27/2014 - 14:38 -- moderator
Cedar, "Skybound"
Thuja occidentalis 'Skybound'
This cedar is almost identical to the Brandon cedar except that it is more winter hardy and has less chance of getting winter burn. It has a beautiful upright form, and makes an attractive year-round hedge, or a focal point in a shrub bed.
Mature Width: 
3 - 4'
Mature Height: 
12 - 18'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers a moist, well-drained location with shelter from the afternoon sun in winter
•Hedge spacing is 2' - 2.5'
Mon, 01/27/2014 - 14:42 -- moderator
Cedar, "Wareana"
Thuja occidentalis 'Wareana'
A teardrop-shaped cedar with coarsely textured foliage. One of the hardiest cedars for the prairies. Growth rate of 6-8” per year.
Mature Width: 
6 - 8'
Mature Height: 
8 - 10'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers a moist, well-drained location with shade from the winter afternoon sun
Mon, 01/27/2014 - 16:33 -- moderator
Juniper, "Medora"
Juniperus scopulorum 'Medora'
This juniper is the hardiest of all the upright varieties. Maintains a dense, narrow, pyramidal form with excellent light blue colour that holds throughout the winter.
Mature Width: 
6 - 8'
Mature Height: 
10 - 12'
Plant Care: 
•Needs a minimum of 8 hours of sunshine to retain thickness and retain bright colour
•Needs a dry area with good top soil to grow in
Mon, 01/20/2014 - 18:32 -- moderator
Pine, Dwarf Scotch (Standard)
Pinus sylvestris 'Glauca Nana'
A slow-growing dwarf feature tree (a dwarf Scotch Pine grafted onto a stem). An excellent choice for a Japanese garden or a bonzai project as it can be pruned into shape.
Mature Width: 
3 - 4'
Mature Height: 
6 - 7'
Plant Care: 
•Grows best in a well-drained or dry area (but still needs adequate moisture)
Mon, 01/27/2014 - 17:08 -- moderator
Pine, Scots
Pinus sylvestris
A very common pine used in shelterbelts and forestry. An open-branched tree with bark turning picturesque orange as it gets older.
Mature Width: 
10 - 20'
Mature Height: 
50 - 60'
Plant Care: 
•Needs a sunny, well-drained location
Tue, 01/12/2016 - 16:38 -- moderator
Pine, Swiss Stone
Pinus cembra
Swiss Stone is a very hardy, compact, upright evergreen. Grows fairly slowly. It produces pine nuts that are edible.
Mature Width: 
8 - 10'
Mature Height: 
25 - 30'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers a well-drained, sunny location, and can tolerate drought once it is established
Thu, 03/17/2016 - 15:07 -- moderator
Spruce, "Baby Blue"
Picea pungens 'Baby Blue'
"Baby Blue" is a very blue, thickly branched selection of Colorado blue spruce.
Mature Width: 
10 - 12'
Mature Height: 
30 - 35'
Plant Care: 
•Needs a well-drained location with even moisture; for the first few years we recommend shielding the south and west sides (or all around) with burlap attached to stakes (burlap should not touch the needles)
Tue, 02/02/2016 - 12:02 -- moderator
Spruce, "Blue Diamond"
Picea pungens 'Blue Diamond'
This new variety's highlight is its size - it is a great spruce for a town lot. Blue Diamond has intense silver-blue fresh growth, and 1" long needles.
Mature Width: 
5 - 6'
Mature Height: 
10 - 12'
Plant Care: 
•While the parent plants are hardy, it has not been tested long-term in Manitoba so we recommend cosy yards and sun protection in winter for the first few years
Tue, 02/02/2016 - 12:09 -- moderator
Spruce, "Fat Albert"
Picea pungens 'Fat Albert'
Named for its density more than its width, this tree grows slowly (4"-8" per year) and is a great small spruce for under power lines or small areas.
Mature Width: 
8 - 10'
Mature Height: 
12 - 15'
Plant Care: 
•Prefers a moist, well-drained location; even moisture with some afternoon sunshine protection in winter is helpful