What Are Some Popular Dwarf Evergreen Trees?

What Are Some Popular Dwarf Evergreen Trees?

Some popular dwarf evergreen trees include Alberta blue, dwarf blue subalpine fir, and "Feelin’ Blue" deodar cedar. Alberta blue is a smaller version of the popular larger Alberta blue spruce. It grows to a height of 5 to 7 feet and has a 2-foot spread, with characteristic silver-blue foliage.

The dwarf Alberta blue evergreen grows best in sunny to partially shaded areas. It is deer-resistant and tolerates wet soil. The Alberta blue is an ideal addition to rock gardens and can also be grown as a container plant.

The dwarf blue subalpine fir has a height of 6 to 8 feet, with soft blue conifer needles. This native of North America is a slow-growing tree that requires regular weekly watering, especially during dry seasons. Overall, it is a relatively low-maintenance variety.

"Feelin’ Blue" deodar cedar is a low-growing evergreen tree, with a maximum height of 2 feet. It has blue-green needles, compact growth and is tolerant of coastal conditions. It is best used in small gardens and requires minimal watering.