Species: Pseudotsuga menziesii
Found on Course Walks
Map of plant locations
There are many cultivars of this species. As with most evergreen there are several dwarf varieties.'Aurea', 'Blue', 'Carnefix Weeping', 'Compact', 'Cross Selection', 'De Bunn', 'Emerald Twist', 'Fastigiata', 'Fletcheri', 'Graceful Grace', 'Graceful Grace', 'Hale', 'Hillside Gold', 'Hillside Pride', 'Jackson's Witch's Broom', 'Little Jon', 'Loggerhead', 'Pendula', 'Seattle Mountain', 'Shorty's Blue', 'Skyline', 'var. glauca', 'Waggin' Tails'
Tree > 30 feet
40' - 80'
Can tolerate acid to alkaline soil (pH 5.0 to 8.0)
do not expose to winter wind; full sun required
Consistently moist, well-drained soil; Occasional periods of dry soil
See graphic below
Several insect and disease problems
Bare Root Transplanting
native to western Canada, United States and Mexico; transplant B & B in spring or fall. Moderately rapid growth
Moisture Tolerance Graphic
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