Blue Spruce (Picea pun. g. "Blue Eyes")

The Blue Spruce is very slow growing tree with tight, clustered blue-green needles. The branches are strong and rigid, so they hold ornaments well, but the needles can be a bit pokey. Not very fragrant, but their shape and structure are sure to make a noble statement!
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White Spruce (Picea g. "Black Hills")

Though its short tight needles are green, the White Spruce gets its name from the soft, lime-green new growth that gives the tree a white sheen in the sun. Rigid branches are great for ornaments and are somewhat less pokey than its cousin, the Blue Spruce.
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Monterey Pine (Pinus radiata)

With dark green, soft, gracefully arching needles that "stink like Christmas", the Monterrey makes a great Christmas guest. But she is also the most temperamental and needs constant love and attention. Of our trees, Montereys have the lowest success rate when planted after retirement. Trimming just a little bit of the needles before guest arrive will reactivate the strong Christmas fragrance.
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Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis)

This beauty is dense and the most shapely of our trees. New baby needles have a bluish tint. Though not as fragrant as her sister, the Monterey Pine, but the Aleppo Pine is the hardiest of our trees. Easiest to maintain, the tree has the highest success rate of survival when planted after retirement.
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Cypress (Cupressus x leylandii)

This fluffy, fun-loving beauty is easy to care for (nearly impossible to kill) and won't drop her needles all over the carpet. She has that familiar Christmas scent and her soft upright branches are full and bright green, but may not take well to heavy ornaments. This variety is great for adopting for kids because they have the highest success rate from year to year!
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Blue Cedar (Cedrus deodora)

Though blue in color, this guy is definitely our the leading member of the Charlie Brown selection. He's spiky to the touch and not very fragrant, but he's a hearty, loveable chap with a heart of gold. He is great for adopting because he's nearly indestructible. Open, rigid branching is good for decorating, and his unique coloring makes him a great choice for those with an artistic eye and a loving home.
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