Growing Zones: 3-7 outdoors(hardy down to -30℉) 3-7 outdoors
- Mature Height:
- 35-45 ft.
- Mature Width:
- 20-25 ft.
- Growth Rate:
- Botanical Name:
- Tsuga canadensis
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Fast Growing Evergreen Privacy Trees
Attractive Evergreen that Grows Just About Anywhere
The Canadian Hemlocks are not limited to hot or cold climates. These cold hardy trees will thrive in cold regions where other varieties typically can't grow, and also manages the heat with ease in warmer climates. These do best in growing zones 3-7, and will even grow in poor soil conditions. While most evergreens prefer full sun, this one will grow in the shade, actually preferring a shady spot when temperatures rise in the summer.
Beautiful, Strong, Tall
The small, fine-textured needles are dark green on top and lighter underneath. They grow in flat, feathery layers all the way to the ground. You'll find small pine cones all over this tree. If you're a bird-watcher or enjoy watching the small furry animals go about their day, then you'll love this tree! They attract all types of wildlife, especially in the winter as they seek cover from snow and cold temperatures.
Create a Dense Privacy Screen
When planted in close proximity, these hemlocks produce a dense hedge that will provide plenty of privacy, Create your own private oasis blocking out views from neighbors and traffic. These trees grow together forming a wall that also shields you from noise - as well as high winds. This is a preferred choice for areas that need a windscreen. The wispy foliage is surprisingly sturdy and can withstand high gusts of wind with no problem. If you don't have a lot of space or need for a screen, add just one to your landscape as an ornamental specimen. Plant it in the center of your yard, or, purchase two and place near the corners of your home - or on both sides of your entrance door. No matter where they're placed, they're sure to add charm to your exterior.
Increase Your Property Value
Home buyers want well-established trees on their property, not just for aesthetic purposes, but also, they help keep electricity bills low in the hot summer months. These grandiose trees will provide ample shade all summer long. Planted closes to your home, you'll see a considerable drop in temperatures thanks to the immense cast of shade.
It doesn't take long for these trees to reach great heights and widths. You'll have a few feet of growth by the following year. Order today and we'll ship it out tomorrow.
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Customer Reviews & Photos
Very pleased with these plants
Plants arrived in a timely manner and were packaged very well. They looked great and even had new growth on them. We planted them and so far they are doing great. So much better than the bare root plants we tried from another vendor. We were never able to get them to grow.
So far so good
Just put them in a few weeks ago they look good so far. I intend to buy a dozen or so more next year to extend the hedge further.
Planted 15 canadian hemlocks as a natural fence on my property line. iPlanted them last spring. Had to replace 4 because of winter damage. All plants are growing rapidly. Looks like it won't take long before I have a nice natural fence line
Hemlock doing beautifully
Every one of the five trees already have new growth. I couldn't ask for anything more. They're beautiful.
Planting & Care
Canadian Hemlocks are used as landscape trees because they are evergreen and keep their attractive foliage year round. They can grow in full sun or shade and very cold hardy. Their bark is a colorful cinnamon red. This Variety is known as “Tsuga canadensis” and perform their best in USDA growing zones 3-7. Canadian Hemlocks are slow growers maturing to a height of 35-45 feet and width of 20-25 feet.
Location: When planting Canadian hemlock tree, find a site that offers some shade.The tree require daily direct sun, but prefer partial shade, especially in areas that have hot summer.
Planting Instructions: Select a site with moist or well drained soil for the Canadian Hemlock.
1) Dig the hole twice the size as the root ball and just a little shallower.
2) Loosen the soil in and around the hole so the roots can easily break through.
3) Use your fingers to separate the roots of your Canadian Hemlock and gently position downward in the hole. Position to where the trunk begins and the roots end, about an inch above the soil level.
4) Back fill the hole, apply water to settle the soil and remove the air pockets.
Mulching: Protect the roots in winter against the chill by applying a thick layer of pine needles, bark or wood. Keep the mulch about 2 inches from the trunk. The mulch will also help with keeping the soil moist.
Watering: Water Canadian hemlock well so the soil can stay moist at all times. These trees are not drought tolerant. Mulching will be beneficial in helping retain soil moisture and keeping competing growth away from the tree.
Fertilizing: In spring the tree can be fertilize with an evergreen tree plant food.
Pruning: Pruning is only required if you wish to keep the tree at a certain shape or size. It is not necessary for the health of the tree. Be sure to sterilize your cutting tool with some rubbing alcohol if planning to prune/shape the tree.
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