Colorado Blue Spruce ‘Majestic’
Picea pungens var. glauca ‘Majestic’
With exceptional growth patterns similar to our existing Kaibab offerings, the Majestic seed source is the best selection available for coloration. It boasts a more vibrant and intense blue, exhibited over a greater portion of the tree.
Korean x Balsam Fir
Abies koreana x Abies balsamea
This cross seeks to retain the best qualities from the Korean fir, including a silvery-white flash on the bottom of the needles, a light, pleasant citrus scent, and excellent needle retention. This cross also utilizes the balsam heritage to correct one of the most frustrating aspects of the Korean fir, the crooked growing trunk.
Now available as Jiffy® plugs.
Rocky Mountain Juniper
A juniper native to the Rocky Mountains and Northwestern Great Planes. Similar to Juniperus virginiana (Eastern Red Cedar) with several important distinctions:
- Grows to a smaller nature height (~20-30 ft.) and spread (~8-12 ft.)
- Grows at a slower rate (approximately 1 ft. per year)
- Retains its color throughout the year
- Much less tolerant of shade and more susceptible to disease related to humidity
- Features more upright branching designed to shed snow more efficiently, allowing for less snow breakage
Abies nordmanniana subsp. equi-trojani
A subspecies of the Nordmann fir studied extensively along with Turkish fir through the CoFirGE project. The project findings indicate Trojan fir is resistant to disease. Of most significant interest is the Phytophthora root rot that plagues Fraser fir.
A slower growth initially increases as the tree matures. This species of fir makes a beautiful Christmas tree. One of the most popular selections in Europe, this tree features strong branching with soft needles.
Bare root and containers available Spring 2021.