Canadian Hemlock produces small, .5-1 inch long brown colored cones.
Canadian Hemlock is typically used to create screening and for foundation planting.
Many deer and birds enjoy the cover that this tree provides. It is not uncommon for some birds also eat the seeds.
History & Lore
Canadian Hemlock needles have been known to be used to brew in tea. Native Americans and colonists previously used the the tannin of the bark to tan leather.