Scroll Down To See All The Trees We Grow With Descriptions
All of our trees grow well in the Middle Tennessee climate and like to have full-sun to partial-shade to thrive and grow fast.
GREEN GIANT ARBORVITAE
The Green Giant is a large, vigorous, fast-growing evergreen shooting up by as much as 3 feet per year until maturity. Its natural pyramidal to conical form boasts dense, rich green foliage that darkens or bronzes slightly in the winter.
This is an exceptional landscape tree for use as a screen, hedge, or single specimen. It is also resistant to wind once established and can withstand ice or snow, making it a good choice for a natural windbreak.
The Murray Cypress is a fast-growing evergreen that is ideal for privacy. They grow an average of 2-3 feet per year and can grow to beyond 40 feet in height and 25 feet in width.
The Murray Cypress retains its green color year-round and is able to withstand hot and cold temperatures. If you are looking to block the view of neighbors or have a green hedge, these trees are perfect.
EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE
The Emerald Green is a skinny, evergreen tree that grows in a cone or pencil shape. At maturity, it reaches a height of about 15 feet and is only about 3 to 4 feet wide.
Emerald Green prefer full sun to partial shade. They will not do as well in conditions offering less sunlight. If you want to plant a tree close to your house or in small areas, this is the tree for you.
A rapidly-growing evergreen, Leyland Cypress will easily grow 3 to 4 feet per year. It will ultimately attain a majestic height of 40 feet or more.
The tree forms a dense, oval outline when left unpruned, but the graceful, slightly pendulous branches will tolerate trimming to create a formal hedge, screen or windbreak.
Arizona Cypress is a native evergreen conifer tree that grows to a height of 40-60 feet. It grows in an upright pyramidal shape and it grows quickly and is long-lived. Leaves are small, gray-green to blue-green color.
There are several varieties of Arizona Cypress with minor differences in foliage and bark. We grow the varieties called Caroilina Sapphire and Blue Ice.