Such a shrub is useful in border plantings or as a fill-in plant under the branches of other plants. The improvement of this plant and its many cultivars over the years has resulted in some very useful landscape plants. Individual leaves are oblong and blunt at each end, up to 6 inches long, and about 2 inches wide at the middle. The leaves on the stems are ½ to ¾ inch long and radiate all the way around the stem with a dark green upper surface and two white lines on the lower surface. This classification is usually adequate in determining the major foliage characteristics of a given plant. : 15-20' Color: Yellow Bloom: April-May Plant Community: A Young trees-distinctive striped bark: Sugar Maple Moisture: Med Sun: Full/Part Hgt. It does need adequate moisture all year and good drainage. This tree frequently develops a broad pyramidal shape with irregular branches that often become pendulous with age. Leaf color is a brighter green than most other evergreens. Open spaces between the main branches give an irregular pattern to the plant as it matures. Young leaves have a reddish cast; in the fall they take on purple tones. We strive to produce healthy trees, free of pests and disease, that will give your customers years of satisfaction. The unique orange color of the upper trunk also provides a color accent. Under ideal conditions it develops into a large, irregular spreading plant that becomes open and loose with age. A landscape developed only with evergreens can be quite dull and boring; it will remain basically the same after the flowering period. Native PA Species TREES Eligible for Stormwater Credits in Crawford County. By native, I mean native to the U.S. #3 of my top native evergreen trees – Candicans white fir Candicans concolor fir – Picture does not do it justice – Abies concolor ‘Candicans’ – The white fir withstands city conditions better than any other fir and is resistant to heat and drought. The small twigs are covered with narrow leaves that are scale-like, blunt, and less than 1/16 inch long. Go Native Tree Farm is pleased to offer a superior selection of container-grown US eastern native plants for the wholesale and retail customer. The single needles grow mostly along the upper side of the stem. In addition, at least 21 large native shrubs sometimes grow to tree size and form. Where structured plants are needed, this one develops a narrow pyramidal form while it is young and retains a loose, open texture through maturity. This tree prefers sun or partial shade. Flowers and fruit are the same as found on the English yew. This plant is quite tolerant of most soil conditions. The best landscape designs are achieved when evergreens are used in conjunction with other deciduous plants. (It may tolerate colder temperatures when protected from strong winds.). As a specimen or accent plant, a Douglas fir can stand alone or can be mixed into mass plantings with other narrowleaf trees. Never needs cutting unless to tidy. It will need some protection from strong winds and hot afternoon sun in the winter. During severe winters it may drop most of its leaves, but it should recover without permanent damage. Plant shrubs closer together and they form a hedge, or plant them farther apart and the shrubs spread out rather than grow tall. Hardiness zone--6. The variety 'Sargenti' grows 18 to 24 inches high and may spread as much as 8 to 9 feet with stems having blue-green foliage. Leatherleaf viburnum is a large plant, 10 to 15 feet high with an equal spread. The upper surface of the leaf is a deep green and the lower surface a lighter green. Each leaf is about ⅛ inch wide and up to 1 inch long and blunt. Many flowering evergreens also grow best in half shade or light shade. Hardiness zone--5 (with adequate winter protection). However, where vertical accent is desired, this is one plant to consider. Heavy, wet soils will cause the plant to decline and eventually die. This broadleaf evergreen is often used as a tall hedge or border planting with other less-structured plants in front of it. It develops into a rather informal plant with branches that arch back to the ground. 'Argentea' has foliage with a definite silver cast, and 'Fastigiata' is a columnar, narrow form. Pennsylvania native plants are plants that thrived in the area before settlement. Your county extension office will be able to give you assistance in determining whether these problems exist. Hardiness zone--5. Its large size at maturity, however, limits its usefulness in the average landscape. This very attractive spring-flowering shrub is frequently used as a specimen or border plant along with other evergreens. One of the more hardy varieties is 'Koreana'. Most of the needles are arranged on the upper portion of the stem. This is a member of the holly group but does not have the prominent spiny foliage like the American holly. Lack of information on a plant's growing requirements and physical properties is often the cause of poor landscape development and plant failure in the garden. Preferring well-drained slightly acidic soils, the Eastern White Pine is a bit more tolerant of various soil moistures than other native evergreens. Includes botanical, habitat,pests, and disease information as well as commercial, native american and modern uses. The foliage on most of the plants is about 1/2 inch wide and up to 1 inch long, blunt, and arranged around the stem to give a rather dense cover of foliage. Its natural growth habit is dense, compact, and round, with a maximum height of 8 to 10 feet and a spread of 6 to 8 feet. Map of Pennsylvania showing the three plant hardiness zones across the state: Zone 5 in most of the northern tier and mountainous areas where plants must be hardy to -20°F to survive, Zone 6 in lower elevations where plants must tolerate temperatures down to -10°F, and Zone 7 in the southeastern corner of the state where plants may face low temperatures of 0°F. Plants grow best in a light, moist, well-drained soil that is slightly acidic. Fruit on the females is bright red, spherical, and about ¼ inch in diameter. The leaves are 1½ to 2 inches long and ½ to ¾ inch wide and dark green in color with a rather dull surface. Abies balsamea - Balsam fir Native Range Map; Acer negundo - Boxelder Native Range Map; Acer nigrum - Black maple Native Range Map; Acer pensylvanicum - Striped maple Native Range Map; Acer rubrum - Red maple Native Range Map For those gardeners who need a large, upright broadleaf shrub, leatherleaf viburnum may be the answer. Under cultivated conditions it can often reach a height of 50 to 60 feet with a spread of 20 to 35 feet. Cultural requirements are the same as described for Carolina rhododendron. Hardiness zone--6 (with winter wind protection). The leaves are light green and shiny. In windy locations, there may be some damage to the foliage during the winter. Avoid planting it in heavy clay because the roots will not develop properly. In addition to the foliage, attractive flowers cover the plant in June. This pine also can be planted in heavy clay soils and full sun. The flowers are yellow-white and appear in mid-May in clusters 4 to 6 inches across. For best results, this evergreen should he planted in a slightly acid, moist but well-drained soil where it will receive full sun. Leaves are narrow and arranged along the sides of the stems. Found in the wild in cool moist woods, this is one evergreen that doesn't seem to mind the shade. After the autumn leaves fall we start thinking of plants that will keep our interest throughout the winter. These cultivars differ in form and foliage color, which makes them useful as low hedges, border plantings, or as specimen plants with other informal shapes. Interest comes from the foliage, which is oblong, 1¼ to 2½ inches long, and glossy. The flowers are one of this plant's main features. Each needle is produced individually on the stem and is about ¾ to 1 inch long, very stiff, and sharply pointed. The cultivar 'Allegheny' has improved flower and fruit production. Many evergreens are seriously injured when planted in excessively windy locations. An evergreen holly that may not look much like a holly. Leaf color is a dark green above with a lighter green below. Aesthetic properties come from their green color, foliage texture, form, and density as well as flowering characteristics. Several cultivars are available for different colored fruit. If enough moisture is lost before it can be replaced from the soil, the plant may dry out and die. Choose from several cultivars: 'Fastigiata' is a very narrow and upright variety; 'Glauca' is similar to the species but with a deep blue-green color; and 'Glauca Pendula' is a weeping form with deep blue foliage. Robust fronds of Christmas Fern stand up to snow. You can support us by becoming a member, making a … They do not do well in shade but will tolerate wind if it is not too severe. Native Evergreen Trees of Pennsylvania By Karen Kinslow, Penn State Master Watershed Steward According to Encyclopedia Britannica, an evergreen is “any plant that retains its leaves through the year and into the following growing season.” In the Northern Hemisphere, evergreen forests are typically needle-leaved and coniferous. Specific height and spread on most cultivars is variable and nearly all are less than 2 feet high. The upper surface of the leaf is dark green and the lower surface is a lighter green. Organic matter also helps promote good drainage in the soil, which is essential for the optimum development of most evergreens. Height: 8-16". This narrowleaf tree is very similar to the concolor fir except that it may not grow as tall. Hardiness zone--5. 'Rotundifolia' develops glossy, deep green leaves about 1 inch long. This article explains hardiness and site requirements, landscape use, and characteristics of selected evergreen plants. Two needles are produced per cluster. It looks nice in mass plantings, as a hedge, in topiary designs, and in formal gardens where a structured clipped plant is needed. Hardiness zone--5. Under optimum conditions it will grow 1 to 2 feet tall with an equal spread. This pine also develops into a small umbrella-like plant with very dense branches in the crown. The tree does not do well in exposed locations or areas exposed to high levels of air pollution. Though there are many plants with berries and interesting bark that can add interest to the winter landscape, Pennsylvania also offers some native evergreens that can help form a backdrop to deciduous berrying shrubs or highlight dramatic bark. Hardiness zone--5. Plants that have been propagated asexually from small or low-growing specimens will retain the characteristics of that parent. Best growth is obtained in well-drained, lighter sandy soils. The seed is produced in a cone. In the fall many of the deciduous plants will lose their green color for additional contrast against the evergreen foliage. The cones are between ¾ and 1 inch in diameter, with loose radiating scales. Hardiness zone--3. The flowers are inconspicuous, and the fruit is a cone 3 to 4 inches long and 1½ inches in diameter, with small leafy bracts extending from under the scales. 'Thayerii' is a slow-growing older selection with wide, spreading branches that extend to the ground. Cultivars of Norway spruce are 'Nidiformis', a shrub-like, dwarf, dense, and broad plant; 'Pendula', with its main branches and stems weeping; and 'Procumbens', a dwarf, broad shrub up to 4 feet high. The flowers, fruit, and cultural requirements are also the same. The foliage is ⅓ inch long and slightly rounded. The individual narrow leaves are up to 2 inches long and curve upward above the stem. In addition, the seeds of most broadleaf evergreens are produced in an ovary, which ripens to form a specifically shaped and often colorful fruit. Pennsylvania, with its unique geographical position, has 102 kinds of trees native to the State, although there are numerous introduced species growing and thriving in this latitude and climate. Some useful cultivars of creeping juniper are 'Bar Harbor', a low-growing, spreading form, 1 foot high with a 6 to 8 foot spread, and a purple color in winter. There are no flowers or fruit of ornamental value. This plant will tolerate a wide range of soil conditions as long as the site is well drained. Each flower is 1/4 to 1/2 inch in diameter. This plant will withstand heavy pruning or periodic shearing. American holly is a broadleaf evergreen that can be used in the landscape as a small tree or large shrub, depending on the specific design. In general, most evergreens will require either an acidic soil (pH 5.0-5.5) or slightly acidic (pH 6.0-6.5) for optimum growth and development. Some cone-bearing evergreens include pine, fir, spruce, juniper, hemlock, and cypress. Usually slow growing to approx. 'Wiltoni' is a very flat form with trailing branches. Hardiness zone--5. Hardiness zone--6. This plant seems to do well under a range of conditions but will do better if grown in a moist, well-drained organic soil that is acidic. It frequently reaches heights of 40 to 50 feet with a spread of 25 to 30 feet. A moist, well-drained, slightly acid soil is essential for good growth and development. Its height of 40 to 60 feet and spread of 20 to 25 feet, however, limit its usefulness around the home. As new foliage develops, it is a rich bronze, which turns dark green as the leaves mature. Hardiness zone--5. The leaves are very small, about 1/16 inch long, needle-like, and pressed against the twig. The trunk it thick, too, measuring between 5 and 6 feet in diameter. Both the male and female plants produce a green flower of little ornamental value. The planting site can have partial shade or full sun, but it should provide some wind protection. These flowers vary from white to deep pink and are ½ to 1 inch in diameter in clusters 4 to 6 inches across at the end of the stems. This evergreen has narrowleaf, scale-like, blunt-pointed foliage that is pressed against the branches. There is no root damage with container-grown plants. We are an all volunteer, member based, non-profit organization. As with other yews, there have been many cultivars selected over the years; only a few are listed here. A light, sandy soil may not hold enough water to benefit the plants, in which case organic matter can be used to improve the water-holding capacity of the soil. Prefers rich, moist soil, and full sun. The fruit is round, about 3/8 inch in diameter, and violet black. Its colorful foliage and flowers are other pluses. The mature tree is quite open and picturesque, with a flat top and irregular shape. Get notified when we have news, courses, or events of interest to you. Evergreens can be divided into two main groups--narrowleaf and broadleaf varieties. This narrowleaf shrub can be adapted to a variety of landscape settings. Hardiness zone--5. Also has images of the trees for identification and links for further tree species education. Small Evergreen Trees 14 Medium - Large Evergreen Trees 14 Ornamental Trees 15 Deciduous Shrubs 16 Street/Urban Shrubs 18 Evergreen Shrubs 19 BIBLIOGRAPHY/SOURCES 20 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 21. This plant is more open and upright than the others and may reach a height of 8 feet or more. These areas are in full shade but are open to the sky. The narrow grass-like silvery blue foliage of this evergreen sedge adds additional foliage color and texture to the landscape. In contrast to some other pines, this one will adapt well to light, sandy soil, full sun, and tolerate salt spray. This spruce is not planted too extensively, but where space permits it can add interest and color to the landscape. Hardiness zone--5. View our privacy policy. There are two cultivars with different colored flowers. The foliage color is a shiny green on the upper surface with conspicuous white lines below. Tolerant of a wide variety of soil moisture and pH the only thing this plant is particular about is sun--it needs sun. Most broadleaf evergreens will not do well when subjected to the hot winter sun associated with a southern or southwestern exposure. There are many forms and types of red cedar available. The official Pennsylvania state soil is called Hazelton, native soil of Pennsylvania not occurring in any other state. Depending on site conditions, it can reach a height of 10 feet with an equal spread. LEARN HOW TO STOP THE INVASIVE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY, Coronavirus: Information and resources for the Extension Community, Petite cones of Canada Hemlock. Full sun will promote better flowering and fruiting, but it does tolerate light shade. Most narrowleaf evergreens have foliage that is quite long and needle-like or even scale-like on the stem. Where a lighter shade of green is called for, this narrowleaf tree maybe a good choice. The trees will grow best in moist, loamy, well-drained soil that is slightly acidic. Among the evergreens in this group are hollies, boxwoods, rhododendrons, pieris, mountain laurel, and mahonia. The leaves on the stems are very short, about ½ inch or less in length, and blunt; they completely cover the younger twigs. Upright and spreading branches produce a slightly stiff but dense form, resulting in an informal shape that blends well with other plants. The flowers, which appear in June, are white, and about ¼ inch in diameter in a cluster of about 3 inches. In all stages of development this tree is considered quite picturesque. Hardiness zone--6 (possible zone 5 with winter wind and sun protection). Some light pruning will be needed each season to keep the plant within the bounds of the average home garden. Scotch pine will grow under a wide range of soil conditions and will tolerate dry soils. Prolonged drought in the summer, late spring frosts, or early fall frosts may affect a plant's ability to survive. It is a valuable landscape plant but has the same limitations and uses as the Japanese yew. Among the many cultivars are 'Brownii', a male type with a dense, rounded form that grows 6 to 8 feet high with an equal spread; 'Densiformis', a dense, shrub-like plant that is twice as wide as it is high; and 'Everlow', a dense, low-growing spreading cultivar up to 2 feet high with deep green foliage. In addition to the variation in leaf shape, the narrowleaf plants generally do not develop flowers--at least not like an ordinary garden flower. Why do we need this? A few of the narrowleaf evergreens, like junipers, change color in the winter months. For best growth, this plant needs deep, moist, well-drained soil that is acidic. Young plants are dense, pyramidal, and columnar. Narrowleaf evergreen trees, however, will do better if they receive as much sunlight as possible. growing to 30' tall this native evergreen Rhododendron sports large pink flowers in mid-Summer and supports a wide array of wildlife. Usually, this annual drop of foliage goes unnoticed because new leaves and needles conceal the inside foliage that has turned yellow or brown. However, if you are willing to monitor your trees and protect them if needed in order to save this tree in Pennsylvania make sure you give it the cultural conditions it needs. States like Pennsylvania strongly encourage gardeners to use native … Inflorescence red-purple in very early spring. Soil conditions are probably more critical with the broadleaf evergreens than for most narrowleaf varieties. There are two cultivars: 'Atropurpureum', which develops dark reddish-purple leaves in winter, and 'Compactum', a hardy dwarf form with dark green foliage. Hardiness zone--6 (may survive in colder areas with winter protection). Best growth and development occurs in deep, rich, moist, and well-drained soil where the plant gets full sunlight. For best growth, plant this pine in a moist, well-drained soil that is slightly acidic and in full sun. These plants form an important group of landscape plants for the homeowner. The upper surface is a deep green color and wrinkled in appearance. It is a more open and spreading evergreen that will reach a height of 3 to 4 feet. As the plant matures it forms a flat-topped, open, and wide-spreading tree. Generally, when conditions improve, the plant will return to its normal cycle of foliage development. Small elliptical green leaves adorn this slow-growing shrub. If left unpruned it will develop into an open pyramidal tree with slightly pendulous branches. A grass substitute for dry, shady areas under trees. The type of soil does not have much effect on the plant as long as the soil does not become dry in the summer. This shrub can grow to 3 or 4 feet with an equal spread, but it is generally maintained as a smaller plant. There are two varieties available: 'Album' (white flowers) and 'Lutem' (yellow flowers). For optimum growth and foliage color, this tree should be planted in full sun. The branches are wide spreading, slightly horizontal, and covered with numerous smaller side branches. Evergreens are plants that retain live foliage from one season to the next. The ratio of width to length can vary greatly among the different types of plants. Alluvium is typically made up of a variety of materials, including fine particles of silt and clay and larger particles of sand and gravel. Pennsylvania, or the Keystone State, is home to the Eastern Hemlock, which is also known as the Canadian Hemlock.This large, coniferous tree grows beyond 100 feet, living for well over 500 years. 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