Evergreen Trees


  • Black Hills White Spruce - Prairie hardy spruce growing to  a height of 35-45 feet. Dark green foliage that is hardy to zone 2.
  • Baby Blue Spruce - A pyramidal shaped blue spruce. Fuller shape than Colorado Spruce. Grows 35 or more feet tall and 25 feet wide. Hardy to zone 2.
  • Crystal Blue Spruce - Selected in Manitoba from the Colorado Blue Spruce growing here. Has improved cold hardiness and  superior blue colour. Grows 30' tall and 16' wide.
  • Meyer's Blue Spruce - Blue-green tree that is tolerant of varying soil conditions and moisture levels. Good resistance to winter wind burn. Grows 30 feet tall and 16 feet wide. Hardy to zone 3. 
  • Select Blue Colorado Spruce - A beautiful prairie hardy spruce with silver blue needles. Growing to a height of 50 -65 feet. Hardy to zone 2.


  • Scots Pine - A fast growing conifer reaching a height of 45-60 feet. Tolerant of dry soil conditions, this green needled tree is hardy to zone 2. 
  • Swiss Stone PineSold Out Very hardy and suited to Prairie conditions, the Swiss Stone Pine is the pine that gives Pine Nuts! Slow-growing, however, but worth investing in your own Pine Nuts. Soft, blue-green needles grow on a narrow, pyramidal shaped tree that grows to 30 -40 feet tall. Hardy to zone 2.
  • Dwarf Mugo Pine-


  • Siberian Larch - Tolerant of moist areas this soft needled tree grows to a height of 50- 70 feet. It is a deciduous conifer, which means that though it grows cones , it also loses it needles every fall and grows new ones next spring. A beautiful bright orange colour in the fall this tree is hardy to zone 2.

Evergreen Shrubs

  • Taxus- Morden Yew-


  • Blue Forest - Upright reaching branches in a blue-green colour growing 12 inches tall. Spreading 3-5 feet across. Hardy to zone 3.
  • Blue Prince -  Powder blue foliage that grows to only 6" in height but spreads 4 feet. Hardy to zone 3.
  • Hughes Juniper - Silver -blue foliage growing 12-15 inches tall. Spreading 3-5 feet across. Hardy to zone 2. 
  • Medora Juniper  An upright juniper growing to a height of 10-12 feet tall and only 3-4 feet wide. A tree with feathery soft blue-green foliage that is resistant to winter wind burn.  Hardy to zone 2. 
  • Wichita Blue Juniper -Silver blue foliage in a broad pyramidal shape. Resistant to winter wind burn. Grows 10-12 feet tall and 5-6 feet wide. Hardy to zone 3. 
  • Little Giant -  A dwarf globe shaped cedar growing only 2.5 feet tall and wide. A great accent plant. Hardy to zone 3.
  • Danica
  • Skybound - Grows 10- 18 feet tall with rich dark green foliage. Improved winter hardiness. Zone 3.