Other Conifers



Monkey Puzzle Tree

Araucaria araucana

Zone: 7

60′ x 30′

Full sun

Forms a large conical tree with unique, dark green, triangle shaped foliage like ropes along the branch. Sharp to touch.



Douglas Fir

Pseudotsuga menziesii

Zone: 4

90′ x 20′

Full sun

A fast growing Pacific Northwest native that forms a tall pyramid. The most prominent conifer in Oregon




Japanese Umbrella Pine

Sciadopitys verticillata

Zone: 5

50′ x 20′

Full sun

Slow growing to a nice compact pyramidal habit with lush dark green whorled needles that resemble an opened umbrella.

Winter Green Japanese Umbrella Pine

Sciadopitys verticillata ‘Winter Green’

Zone: 5

40′ x 15′

Full sun

Slow growing to pyramidal habit with soft foliage that whorl at the tips. Keeps good color throughout the year.



Coast Redwood

Sequoia sempervirens

Zone: 3

150′ x 50′

Full sun

Fast growing giant that forms a nice conical habit with fresh green foliage and spongy red bark.

Aptos Blue Coast Redwood

Sequoia sempervirens ‘Aptos Blue’

Zone: 3

100′ x 35′

Full sun

A slightly dwarfed variety compared to the species that has blue green foliage.



Giant Sequoia

Sequoiadendron giganteum

Zone: 6

200′ x 40′

Full sun

Forms a large tree with dense foliage and a handsome conical habit. Specimens from this species are the largest living things in the world.

Weeping Giant Sequoia

Sequoiadendron giganteum ‘Pendula’

Zone: 3

35′ x 5′

Full sun

Forms a narrow, tightly pendulous, conifer that twists and bends irregularly.



Canadian Hemlock

Tsuga canadensis

Zone: 3

40′ x 20′

Full sun to shade

Forms a slender, upright conifer with yellow-green new growth that matures to a grey-green.

Western Hemlock

Tsuga heterophylla

Zone: 6

90′ x 25′

Full sun to shade

A Pacific Northwest native with a narrow conical form and pendulous horizontal branching pattern.

Mountain Hemlock

Tsuga martensiana

Zone: 3

30′ x 8′

Full sun to shade

Slow growing, tall, narrow conifer with a graceful habit and a well defined leader.