A deciduous conifer, American Larch has a phenomenally wide North American distribution, from Maine to Alaska, and from northern...
Also Known As: Eastern Larch, Tamarack
A deciduous,leaf-losing, conifer that grows on saturated and seasonally inundated areas, Baldcypress will develop knees if...
Hemlock is a graceful and soft-looking pyramidal tree. Cones are small. It grows best in acidic, moist, well-drained soil...
Also Known As: Eastern Hemlock
Arborvitae or White Cedar grows in swamps on acidic, peat-rich soil, and also on limestone cliffs and alkaline soils. It can...
Also Known As: White Cedar
Also Known As: Canadian Hemlock
Also Known As: American Larch, Tamarack
Eastern Redcedar has a wide natural distribution, and grows well under various and extreme climatic conditions but prefers a...
Needles are short, to 1 1/2 inches long, in bundles of 2. Grows from the Arctic Circle south. In Indiana, it naturally occurs...
Also Known As: Eastern Larch, American Larch
Needles in bundles of 2’s, or sometimes 3’s, up to 3 inches long. Cones have sharp prickles. In Indiana, it grows only in the...
Also Known As: Eastern Arborvitae
Needles are in bundles of 5, up to 4 inches long, thin and soft. This tree can grow to 100 feet in height. Originally, large...