Tsuga canadensis 'Beaujean'
|Among the most graceful of the coniferous, narrow-leafed, evergreen trees growing in North America, these mostly gigantic, pyramidal trees have unusually graceful foliage. Branches are horizontal or drooping. Leaves are needlelike, flattened, and narrowed at the base. Small brown cones, 1 to 1½ inches long, hang down from the branches. Best in acid soil, good rainfall, and high summer humidity. Protect from hot sun and wind. Shallow-rooted and therefore easily transplanted with a ball of soil around the roots. Can be sheared to excellent hedges. Among the finest evergreen trees for park, lawn, or specimen plantings, as well as windbreaks.
Originally discovered as a witch's broom in New York, this dwarf form is similar to 'Nana' but more conical, with strongly symmetrical branches oriented upward and sideways. Excellent for rock gardens and containers.
Attributes - Tsuga canadensis 'Beaujean'
Plant Type: Shrub
Height: 2 ft. to 3 ft.
Width: 5 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun
Climate: Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Notes: Thrives in Acid Soil. Container Plants, Low Maintenance. Susceptible to Beetles, Caterpillars, Rust, Spider Mites.
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