Hemlock ... Tsuga canadensis Gentsch Variegated ... Large shrub , ultimately small tree ... Lovely horizontal branching and nodding tips ... Tsuga canadensis is locally known as eastern hemlock, eastern hemlock-spruce or Canadian hemlock In French-speaking Canada as pruche du Canada ... An evergreen conifer tree native to eastern North America. Pete Teese #yaminarareplants #rarefairs #peteteese
Canadian Hemlock Tree (tsuga canadensis) Perfect for privacy screens and hedges Plant apart for hedge Can be sheared to any height or shape Tolerates both full sun and shade, prefers a balance of partial sun/shade Handsome evergreen Zones 3 to 8
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Canadian hemlock aka Brewsters weeping tree with its pendulous branches that protect this very hardy tree in very harsh climatic conditions that Canada experiences most winters ( normal conifer branches would be damaged by the weight of snow here !
The Canadian or Eastern Hemlock is a surprising choice for a privacy screen. While the everyday gardener know the majestic beauty of the Canadian Hemlock as an stunning, focal evergreen, professionals know the endless merits to using this Hemlock as a bea