Plants: Tsuga canadensis 'Dwarf Upright' - Canadian Hemlock

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Tsuga canadensis 'Dwarf Upright' - Canadian Hemlock

Tsuga canadensis 'Dwarf Upright' - Canadian Hemlock

AA dwarf, upright variety of Canadian Hemlock. Small, dark green leaves on thin upright branches. Grows 4-6 inches a year. Plant was cultivar sold in the 1970's by John Mitsch Nursery, Aurora, Oregon.

Growth Type: Dwarf
Sun Requirements: PARTIAL SHADE
10 Year Dimensions: 6 ft. X 4 ft.
USDA Zone: 4

What defines "dwarf" and "miniature"? Dwarf varieties grow one to six inches per year. Miniature varieties grow less than one inch per year. These plants are more valuable because they grow so slow.

They can be used as: Bonsai, Rock Gardens, Trough Gardens, Patio Containers, and even Garden Railways.


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